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  • Master Degree. 1 or 2 years.
  • Graduate Diploma. 2 or 3 semesters.
  • Graduate Certificate. 1 semester.
  • Tuition AU$ 9,500/ semester to AU$ 26,000/ year.
  • Work while you study.
  • Stay to work after you graduate.

Animation.

Careers: Animation for the internet, Architecture, Character design, Computer game software design, Experimental animation, Feature film production, Film and television graphics, Special effects, Storyboard design.

  • Master of Animation, University of Technology Sydney. Provides practising animators and graduates of animation or related fields the opportunity to achieve a master's degree by a combination of coursework and project work.

Arts & Media Studies.

Careers: Digital artist, Employment in an arts or media related area, Arts administrator, Advertiser, Publisher, New media development, Interactive media, Marketing and public communications.

  • Master of Digital Arts, Australian National University. Aimed at students who wish to study creative digital arts in the areas of video, animation, compositing, internet art, processing, sound or hybrid practice. A specialization in Visual Effects is also available.
  • Graduate Diploma in Digital Arts, Australian National University. Entry is open to students who have completed an approved program in digital arts or related areas and who wish to further their studies in the context of the creative arts.
  • Graduate Certificate in Digital Arts, Australian National University. Alternately, it provides an entry point for students with a non-cognate degree wanting to develop expertise in an arts related area.
  • Master of Arts and Media (1 year), Griffith University. These programs offer courses combining studies in creative and digital arts with studies in media and communication.
  • Master of Arts and Media with Honours (1,5 years), Griffith University. You are required to complete coursework and a dissertation. During your enrolment in the dissertation component of this program, it is expected that you will be able to work independently for most of the time.
  • Master of Media Arts and Production, University of Technology Sydney. Designed for graduates in media production, or those with significant experience in the field, to allow them to advance their skills and theoretical understanding of the consumption and production of media products.
  • Master in Convergent Media, University of Western Sydney. You will develop new digital content, build skills and resources and explore the industry's future, while assessing how you can adapt your experience to this rapidly changing industry.
  • Graduate Diploma in Media Arts and Production, University of Technology Sydney. Part of an articulated program in media arts and production that includes moving image, sound, digital media and interaction, and the interplay among these media.
  • Graduate Certificate in Convergent Media, University of Western Sydney. Designed for communication-based or corporate professionals interested in an advanced introduction to the design and planning of media projects in the area of convergent media technologies.
  • Graduate Certificate in Media Arts and Production, University of Technology Sydney. Students completing this course develop core skills and knowledge in moving image, digital media and sound production. You develop key media production skills and knowledge that can be continued into the graduate diploma or master's degree.
  • Graduate Diploma in Media Studies, La Trobe University. This course is designed for graduates from other disciplines who want to develop media skills and/or an understanding of the social, political or economic aspects of the media.
  • Graduate Certificate in Media Studies, La Trobe University. Students can choose practical subjects from video/television, radio/audio or journalism streams as well as various theoretical subjects.
  • Graduate Certificate in Arts and Media, Griffith University. You'll develop media and creative production skills in new technology environments designed for career advancement in journalism, public relations, digital video, creative writing, web production and literature.

Film Studies & TV Production.

Careers: Cinematography, Editor, Sound designer, Post production, Composition, Production designer, Television, Animation, Games designer, Visual effects professional.

  • Master of Screen Production, Griffith University. The Master of Screen Production prepares the next generation of filmmakers for creative careers in the film, television and digital screen media industries.
  • Master of Professional Communications (Screen Studies) (1 year), Edith Cowan University. Location drama, studio multicam drama; documentary, corporate, promotional and training films; magazine, lifestyle and current affairs programs and live recording of performances.
  • Graduate Certificate in Broadcasting (Television), Edith Cowan University. Designed principally for journalism, media and communications graduates. Course content includes the range of journalistic, presentation, technical and people skills required by today's electronic media professionals.

Journalism & Mass Communications.

Careers: Advertising Executive, Advertising Manager, Web Developer, Web Manager, Journalist, Public Relations Manager, Marketing Manager, Scriptwriter, Television and Radio producer.

  • Master of Communications, Edith Cowan University. Provides graduates in a different discipline with the opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge and understanding of a specialised field of communications and to demonstrate their understanding and research ability with a thesis.
  • Master of Communications by Research (2 years), Edith Cowan University. Enables students to graduate with an advanced knowledge and understanding of a specialised field of communications.
  • Master of Global Communications (1 year), La Trobe University. The interaction of strategic communications and journalism in the national and international context provide valuable insights for students seeking to advance their career in public relations or journalism.
  • Master of International Business / Master of Global Communications (18 months), La Trobe University. Aimed to provide students with an understanding of links between the major international business functions and the international media and to prepare students for a career in an international business environment.
  • Master of Communications, University of the Sunshine Coast. Enhance your writing and communication skills, discover the nuances of journalistic reporting and create a portfolio of published works.
  • Master of Communication (2 years), Central Queensland University. A program of supervised research and study leading to the submission of a thesis which makes a contribution to knowledge
  • Master of Professional Communications (2 years), Edith Cowan University. Disciplines offered include: Advertising, Creative Services, Events & Communications, Film & Video, Interactive Media, Journalism, Management & Public Relations, Mass Communication, Media & Cultural Studies, Photomedia, Public Relations & Scriptwriting.
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Communications (3 years), Edith Cowan University. The program focuses on the preparation of a thesis which is a significant contribution to knowledge within a specialised area. Also offered in the fields of Contemporary Arts, Design, English, History, Interactive Multimedia, Politics & Government and Writing.
  • Graduate Diploma of Communications, University of the Sunshine Coast. Develop your expertise in the rapidly expanding field of professional communication. You have the opportunity to specialise in the broad area of Communication Studies or the specific fields of Journalism, Public Relations or Creative Writing.
  • Graduate Diploma of Communications, Edith Cowan University. Acquire knowledge and understanding of a specialised field of communications: Advertising, Creative Services, Events and Communications, Journalism, Management and Public Relations, Mass Communication, Media & Cultural Studies, Public Relations & Scriptwriting.
  • Graduate Certificate of Communications, Edith Cowan University. Acquire knowledge and understanding of a specialised field of communications: Advertising, Creative Services, Journalism, Mass Communication, Media & Cultural Studies, Public Relations and Scriptwriting.
  • Graduate Certificate in Communication, University of the Sunshine Coast. Offers you an opportunity to develop skills in contemporary communication.
  • Master of Arts in Journalism, University of Technology Sydney. For people who want to start a journalism career and for experienced journalists wanting to broaden their skills and professional technological expertise and refresh the intellectual basis of their practice.
  • Master of Arts (Writing), James Cook University. Designed for graduates who wish to improve and diversify their writing skills.
  • Diploma of Creative Writing, University of the Sunshine Coast. This program imparts knowledge and develops skills for literary writing and for communication generally, including drafting, revising and editing techniques.
  • Master of Arts (Journalism), James Cook University. Journalism and non-journalism graduates who wish to gain practical journalism skills or gain an advanced level of professional skills such as those necessary for investigative journalism.
  • Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication, Griffith University. Elective courses allow you to pursue interests in screen and digital production with access to desktop publishing facilities and a broadcast quality multi-camera television studio. You can participate in industry work experience, broadcasts for community radio and television stations or magazine production.
  • Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (Hons.) - 1,5 years, Griffith University. You'll focus on journalism practices and production, along with studies and research in journalism, photojournalism and mass communication.
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts in Journalism, University of Technology Sydney. In addition, the course has close links with the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism, which provides a professional setting for student work.
  • Graduate Diploma of Journalism, University of the Sunshine Coast. Develop your skills in contemporary journalism, and gain a qualification that has relevance, currency and credibility.
  • Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication, Griffith University. You'll focus on journalism practices and production, along with studies and research in journalism, photojournalism and mass communication.
  • Graduate Diploma in Journalism, La Trobe University. Students examine the social and cultural roles of journalism while developing practical skills in writing, research and critical thinking across the full spectrum of media forms.
  • Graduate Certificate in Journalism and Mass Communication, Griffith University. These programs attract students keen to expand careers in television/video, news and current affairs production, print, electronic journalism, and desktop and online publishing.
  • Graduate Certificate in Journalism, La Trobe University. Designed for graduates who have little or no background in journalism but seek journalistic skills. Examine the social and cultural roles of journalism while developing practical skills in writing, research and critical thinking across the full spectrum of media forms.
  • Graduate Certificate in Arts in Journalism, University of Technology Sydney. You gain a strong research and reporting skills, knowledge and critical understanding of the media, have an understanding of the role of the media in local, regional, national and global contexts.

Photography.

  • Certificate of Photography, James Cook University. Gain foundation skills in both the capture of photographic images and the processes involved in image manipulation. You have access to high quality cameras, studios and lighting gear, in addition to computers and software for image manipulation.

Radio.

Careers: Researchers, Reporters, Presenters, Producers in radio.

  • Graduate Certificate in Broadcasting (Radio), Edith Cowan University. Designed principally for journalism, media and communications graduates. Course content includes the range of journalistic, presentation, technical and people skills required by today's electronic media professionals.

Screenwriting.

Careers: Advertising Executive, Advertising Manager, Web Developer, Web Manager, Journalist, Public Relations Manager, Marketing Manager, Scriptwriter, Television and Radio producer.

  • Graduate Certificate in Screenwriting, University of Technology Sydney. Students in this course develop general and specific skills in screenwriting and some critical knowledge of cultural and aesthetic debates, advance an ability to develop and critically revise their own work, and develop an awareness of the place of writing within contemporary cultural formations.

Visual Arts.

Careers: Visual arts professionals with an extensive portfolio.

  • Graduate Certificate in Visual Arts, Griffith University. At the completion of these programs, artists, photographers, designers and filmmakers emerge with a richness of experience, cross disciplinary skills and an educative discipline that combine to challenge expectation.
  • Master of Arts in Visual Arts, Griffith University. Develop your visual literacy , dramatically advanced your standing as a visual arts professional, gained entrance into either the Master of Visual Arts, Doctor of Visual Arts, or Doctor of Philosophy, depending on classification achieved in the honours program.
  • Master of Arts with Honours in Visual Arts, Griffith University. Students entering this program will be required to complete a major research project accompanied by a 5000-word (or equivalent) critical interpretation. The program prepares the student for higher degree by research study, life as a professional artist, increasing the potential for promotion within a chosen profession.
 

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