Please note: There will be no new enrolments in the Creative Technologies major, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or supporting subject from 2017. Students who commenced a major in Creative Technologies in 2016 or prior should consult the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences for advice(firstname.lastname@example.org).
Creative Technologies is a highly relevant field of study where you'll develop a conceptual and practical understanding of multimedia methods and approaches, including elements of image manipulation, graphics, studio production and digital music.
Music papers are focused on digital music and sound applications. Computer Science papers focus on computer graphics and interactive media systems. Media paper options include production and new integrated video-based multimedia practices.
- Creative Services Manager
- Sound Technician
- Website Designer
Study Creative Technologies in any of these qualifications
|Understanding Visual Culture||MEDIA100||15.0 Points|
|Film Production 1: Audio-Visual Communication||MEDIA102||15.0 Points|
|Interaction Design||COMP324||20.0 Points|
|Creative Technologies and Creative Practice Project||CRPC301||20.0 Points|
|Video Production 3||SMST312||20.0 Points|
Prescriptions for the GradCert(CreateTech) and GradDip(CreateTech)
A Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma are available to graduates who have not included Creative Technologies at an advanced level in their first degree.
For further details, contact the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Office.
Prescriptions for the PGCert(CreateTech), PGDip(CreateTech), BMCT(Hons) and MMCT
To be eligible to be considered for enrolment in graduate Creative Technologies papers, a student should normally have completed a Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies or an undergraduate programme considered to be equivalent by the Chair of the School of Arts. Candidates for the BMCT(Hons), PGCert or PGDip in Creative Technologies should have achieved at least a B average over either all of the papers in their undergraduate major or the best three 300 level papers in the major. Candidates for the MMCT in Creative Technologies should have achieved at least a B+ average.
To complete a BMCT(Hons) in Creative Technologies, students must complete 120 points at 500 level including CRPC502, CRPC591 and 60 points chosen from CGRD524, CGRD532, MUSI511, MUSI510, SMST518, SMST519 and SMST520.
To complete a MMCT in Creative Technologies, students must complete 180 points at 500 level including CRPC502, CRPC593 and 60 points chosen from CGRD524, CGRD532, MUSI510, MUSI511, SMST518, SMST519 and SMST520.
|Topics in Interaction Design||CGRD524||15.0 Points|
|Information Visualisation||CGRD532||15.0 Points|
|Theory in Action||CRPC502||30.0 Points|
|Creative Research Project||CRPC591||30.0 Points|
|Creative Research Thesis||CRPC593||90.0 Points|
|Music for the Screen||MUSI510||30.0 Points|
|Sonic Art||MUSI511||30.0 Points|
|Writing for Web Series||SMST506||30.0 Points|
|Creative Practice: Production||SMST518||30.0 Points|
|Creative Practice: Development||SMST519||30.0 Points|
|Media Design and Aesthetics||SMST520||30.0 Points|
Creative Technologies is available as a major for the BMCT. Creative Technologies may also be taken as a second major or as a supporting subject within other undergraduate degrees, subject to academic approval of the Faculty or School of Studies in which the student is enrolled.
To complete a major in Creative Technologies, students must gain 120 points above 100 level in Creative Technologies, comprising COMP224, COMP324, MUSI240, MUSI340, and either SMST212 and SMST312 or SMST217 and SMST308. It is recommended that students intending to major in Creative Technologies include MUSI140, SMST112 and one of COMP103, COMP125 or COMP126 in the first year of their programme of study in order to meet prerequisites for study at 200 level and above. In addition, students must complete the compulsory papers for the BMCT degree: CGRD161, CRPC101, SMST101, CRPC301.
For further details see Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies .
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