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You are an International Full Fee Paying student if you do not hold Australian or New Zealand citizenship, Australian permanent resident status or a Permanent Humanitarian Visa.
You may have a choice in the units you enrol in and this may change the cost. Tuition fees also change each year and you will be charged the unit price for the current year in which you are enrolled in the unit.
This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The course will be available full-time (three years) on the Mount Lawley campus. The course comprises 20 units worth 15 credit points each and 2 final units worth 30 credit points each, totalling 360 credit points.
Third year students select one Elective Study unit from a range offered by other ECU faculties. Students may select this elective from an approved list (which will cover key business management areas such as marketing, management, finance etc). Students will be able to apply to do an elective not on the list with the approval of the course coordinator. Students may claim an exemption from the Elective Study unit on the basis of other tertiary qualifications.
First year students will demonstrate their understanding of theory through staffing Front of House for WAAPA productions.
Second year students take on the management roles of Front of House and are also encouraged to become involved in community and professional activities.
Third year students in semester one are required to gain experience with professional companies.
In the final semester, students undertake their Industry Placement with a professional arts organisation. This is a full-time, ten week placement which is designed to synthesise theory and practice and to provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills acquired over the previous five semesters. It also provides a transition period that is a practical preparation for the workforce.
|ADM1415||Managing Arts Organisations||15|
|ADM1315||Financial Processes in the Arts||15|
|ADM1320||Computing for Arts Management||15|
|ADM1325||Communication in the Arts||15|
|ADM1330||Arts Marketing Fundamentals||15|
|ADM1335||Arts Legal Framework||15|
|ADM1340||Arts Production and Presentation||15|
|ADM2410||Arts in Contemporary Society||15|
|ADM2420||Planning and Executive Producing||15|
|ADM2425||Managerial Finance for the Arts||15|
|ADM2430||Marketing the Arts||15|
|ADM2455||Managing Arts Resources||15|
|ADM3510||Financial Decision Making for the Arts||15|
|ADM3520||Business Development in the Arts||15|
|ADM2101||International Arts Environment||15|
|Elective (15 credit points)|
|ADM3530||Arts Management: Principles and Practices||30|