Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Our Master of Arts challenges you to think, perform and grow to new levels. You'll develop specialised knowledge in your field of study and advanced research and communication skills. A master will also give you a competitive edge in community and Arts careers around the globe. What will you do? Take 12 units worth of core courses in your chosen discipline. Work in close contact with research active academics. Benefit from small group learning. Intern in an organisation tied to your career aspirations. Apply and share your learning in a capstone thesis. The program currently offers specialisations in: Creative Practice in Music (extension pathway only) Environmental Studies Global Media International Relations.
- International studies
- Environmental studies
- Creative practice in music
Standard entry requirements
Bachelor Degree or equivalent
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Graduates from the Creative Practice in Music stream have various performance opportunities in public and private practice, and often undertake teaching in the private studio. Environmental Studies graduates will be well equipped to take up senior policy roles in government and a variety of roles in environmental management for government agencies, industry and the not-for-profit sector. International Studies graduates find successful careers in numerous roles such as civil servant, security adviser, political analyst, political reporter, foreign affairs reporter, intelligence analyst.