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Master of Professional Communications (Screen Studies)
This WA Screen Academy course prepares graduates for employment in digital production for the small screen, concentrating on the key positions of producer/production manager, director, scriptwriter, editor, cinematographer, sound recordist/mixer and production designer.
Provides a strong theoretical and analytical foundation with the opportunity to take electives in areas that will enhance the student's area of specialisation and an intensive production program in a variety of formats and genres. These include films, studio multicam drama; documentary, corporate and training films; magazine, music video and TVCs.
Students will have the opportunity to develop skills in digital production and post-production techniques as well as associated web-based and interactive materials.
Non-Standard Timetable Information (e.g. early start, weekend courses, etc)
This is a unique, intensive, one-year program that compresses 3 semesters of study into a 10 month (40 week) period beginning in the second week of February and ending in the last week of November.
Please note that the start and end dates, as well as the mid-semester and mid-year breaks are different from all other programs in the School of Communications and Arts. Please contact the School for more information.
Producer, Production Manager, Director, Scriptwriter, Editor, Cinematographer, Sound Recordist, Sound Mixer, Production Designer
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.