AUT - Master of Arts Management

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Master of Arts Management

The Master of Arts Management (MAM) is designed to produce creative managers with skills in business development, entrepreneurship, cultural management and creative practice. It equips you for careers in the creative industries and gives you a range of transferable skills in management, presentation and community development. The degree also provides an understanding of how the creative industries fit into the wider cultural and economic context.

Quick facts

Programme Code: AK1300
Level: 9
Points: 120
Duration: 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time
Venue: City Campus
Start date:  21 July 2014 / 2 March 2015

AUT University encourages early application. This qualification will remain open until all places have been filled.

Applicants will normally be selected on the basis of their level of academic achievement and may be required to attend a selection interview.

Entry requirements

In order to be admitted to the Master of Arts Management an applicant must have completed the following or equivalent:

(a) a four-year bachelor’s degree or
(b) a bachelor’s degree with honours or
(c) a postgraduate diploma.

An applicant must normally have completed the admission qualification in 1(a), (b) or (c) above with a B grade average or higher.

An applicant must demonstrate to the Dean (or representative) an ability to undertake study at posgtraduate level in a related area.

Guidelines to entry

Read or download the APPLICATION GUIDE for the Master of Arts Management

Structure

The programme covers aspects such as:

  • Organisational and operational jobs in the arts
  • Facilitation and leadership
  • Communication to artists, sponsors, government and the public
  • Budgeting
  • Delivering experiences through art and culture to institutions and the community.

MAM is built around core papers with additional electives offering weekly classes, practical projects such as fieldwork or case studies, occasional weekend seminars, formal assignments and guest speakers. 

You will immerse yourself in contemporary theoretical readings, practise critical thinking, and be involved in external professional practice.

This programme would ideally suit you if you have a creative practice background or cultural industry experience.

Papers  - 120 points in total

CORE PAPERS
119300 The Contemporary Creative Organisation (30 points)
119301 The Nature of the Cultural and Creative Industries (30 points)
119302 Practical Project or Internship (30 points)

SELECT TWO (30 points):
119204 Design Systems and Business (15 points)*
119205 Merchandising and Branding Strategy (15 points)
119206 Strategic Innovation (15 points)*
119303 Leadership in Creative Organisations (15 points) *
119304 Marketing the Creative Organisation (15 points)*
119305 Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries (15 points)*
119306 Curatorial Strategy (30 points)
119308 Special Topic A (15 points)*
149112 New Media and Society (15 points)
149122 Critiquing Creative Organisations (15 points)
149128 The Creative Industries, Culture and the Marketplace (15 points)

A student may substitute up to 30 points in the elective component with papers from another postgraduate programme with the approval of the programme leader.

Additional course information can also be found here.


Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers.

For programme information and availability of papers, please email the Postgraduate Coordinator or Andrew Denton, Head of Department - Art and Design Postgraduate

*Papers not open for enrolment in 2014

Career opportunities

  • Administrator
  • Advisor
  • Curator
  • Director
  • Event / project management
  • Policy consultant
  • Writer
Last updated: 08 Jul 2014 3:30pm

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