The Master of Cultural & Creative Practice (MCCP) is a one and a half year (full-time) taught degree aimed at developing expertise in cultural expression. Mixing live projects with coursework you can tailor your journey, choose to specialise or develop your existing skills and experience in a diverse array of subjects, for example; Arts Management, Cultural Production, Curatorial Practices, the Interarts, Interactive and Mixed Reality, Heritage Promotion and Cultural and Creative Production. Implementing creative strategies, whilst continuing to develop expertise related to your chosen field, you will contribute to a vibrant creative community critiquing notions of leadership and entrepreneurship in the cultural and creative sector. Considerate of cultural and ethical issues and their implications when working across cultural, social, and historical contexts you will be thoughtful and respectful in your research and production. Creative thinking will empower your decision-making and inform your professional encounters.
Programme code: AK1335
Duration: 1 1/2 years full-time
Venue: City Campus
Start date: 27 February 2017 and 17 July 2017
In order to be admitted to the Master of Cultural and Creative Practice, an applicant must have completed a bachelor's degree or equivalent with a B grade average or higher in the papers at level 7 or above.
ARDN997 Applied Research Project (60 points)
ARDN809 Soundculture and Sonic Practice (15 points)
ARDN810 Creative Enterprise (15 points)
ARDN811 Creative Leadership (15 points)
ARDN812 Mediated Practice (15 points)
ARDN813 Culture and Sovereignty (15 points)
ARDN814 Curatorial Practice (15 points)
TVSP870 Kaupapa Māori Media (15 points)
Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers.
For programme information and availability of papers, please email the Programme Leader, Warren Pringle
Last updated: 24-Feb-2017 3.45pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.