From 2018 Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies will not be available for new enrolments, except for SISU and ZUCC students.
The Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies (BMCT) is a cross-disciplinary degree that explores the impact of creative technologies in arts and media in the 21st century. With a particular focus on online audio and video, portable devices, networking and an on-demand culture, the degree examines how we have transformed today's creative environment, and how this promises more innovative ways to create and share content in future.
The BMCT has interconnections with other departments, including Music, Dance (Sport & Leisure Studies), Māori Performing and Creative Arts and Computer Science/Graphic Design. The combination promises the development of skills in a variety of contemporary mediated creative practices, and a thorough conceptual and critical understanding of their cultural impact.
- Community Arts Adviser
- Creative Arts Industry Developer
- Digital Media Specialist
- Events Manager
- Performing Arts Theatre Manager
- Production Designer or Art Director
- Sound Technician
- Web Developer
|Faculty||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences|
|Start Dates||Semester A (February) and Semester B (July)|
|Domestic Fees||$5,879-$6,786 per year|
|International Fees||$23,235 per year|
|Tuition fees shown above are indicative only and may change. There are additional fees and charges related to enrolment please see the Table of Fees and Charges for more information. You will be sent an enrolment agreement which will confirm your fees.|
These are all the subjects available for the Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies
Scholarships and prizes
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The Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies with Honours (BMCT(Hons)) involves two semesters of full-time study, or the equivalent in part-time study. The BMCT(Hons) comprises 120 points at 500 level. Students must complete the compulsory papers for the degree, including 30 points in a collaborative research project. The BMCT(Hons) is awarded with classes of honours.
CRPC591 Creative Research Project (30 points)
CRPC502 Theory in Action (30 points) OR SMST501 Researching the Media (30 points)
In general, to be admitted to the BMCT(Hons) you must have a B grade average in the 300 level papers of your undergraduate major subject. You need to have majored in the same subject, or an equivalent, at undergraduate level as that in which you intend to enrol at postgraduate level. In some cases, a substantial undergraduate supporting subject may be a sufficient prerequisite. Students who have completed a BMCT with a major in Design Media with an appropriate grade point average will be eligible for entry to Creative Technologies for the BMCT(Hons). Students with undergraduate majors in other relevant subjects also may be admitted. Students should consult the appropriate Graduate Adviser for specific admission criteria.
- Creative Practices
- Creative Technologies
- Māori Media and Communication
- Screen and Media Studies
Note: Students who wish to enrol in Māori Media and Communication for the BMCT(Hons) must enrol through the Faculty
Graduate study options
Benefits of the BMCT include the option to complete a work placement at 200 or 300 level (visit our work placement page to find out more) and you'll have the use of the on-campus television studios and dance studios for practical work and projects.
You'll also have the opportunity to exhibit project work at local galleries and the chance to enter your projects into national and international festivals and creative competitions.
Admission and enrolment
You will be eligible to apply for this degree if you have University Entrance and meet any additional requirements for the qualification. All other applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Some first-year papers may have specific prerequisites, so please check the catalogue of papers carefully. If you do not meet the prerequisites, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as there may be other pathways that you can take to study in this field.
* With a double major, CRPC301 may be counted towards the first major or to the second (but only if it is within the field of the degree).