C5378 - Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)
RMIT program code: C5378
Plan name: Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)
Plan code: C5378
National Program Code: CUA50815
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 760
CRICOS code: 096330K
2022 Enrolment Program Structure
This qualification requires the completion of 16 units - 4 core units and 12 elective units.
Face to face teaching and blended learning has resumed for many RMIT programs. Some courses are available to study online but other courses and placements will require you to be in Australia and on campus. If you are an international student and are currently offshore, please visit RMIT’s programs and courses Coronavirus advice page for information on remote study options for your program. If you are unsure, please contact your Program Manager for advice before you enrol.
Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production) - Program code C5378 - Enrolment Program Structure
Note: All courses listed may not be available each semester
This program is in teach-out. Final semester units will be delivered in Semester 1 2022 only. These units are available to completing student only.
If you are a continuing student, please follow the guidelines below. You need to make sure you choose classes that do not happen at the same time as each other. If you choose classes from more than one group/class section, check the timetable prior to classes starting to make sure you do not have a timetable clash.
If you are a continuing student and you need to repeat any course, please seek academic advice from your Program Manager before you re-enrol.
Your Program Manager is Rebekha Naim and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Commenced July 2021
If you commenced your program in July 2021, you will need to enrol in the following Groups/Class Sections. Make sure that every class you enrol into has the correct Group/Class Section code.
SP1E for Semester 1
If you can’t see the courses that you should be selecting, please contact VE Connect via the RMIT Student Connect portal.
Important: An incorrect enrolment can prevent you from completing the program's requirements and graduating.
Credit transfer or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you have any enquiries regarding credit or recognition of prior learning towards your program from an external training organisation please go to the RMIT Apply for Credit web page for instructions, information, and how to apply.
If you require academic advice please contact your Program Manager, Rebekha Naim at email@example.com or Program Coordiantor John Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why can’t I see the timetable?
If you cannot see your courses in the timetable then it is not yet available. If your courses were preselected for you then please be assured that your classes will not clash.
My courses weren’t preselected for me. How do I make sure they don’t clash?
If your courses have not been preselected for you in Enrolment Online, please carefully follow the instructions above and choose classes from the correct Class Section code to ensure you don't have any clashes. If you are repeating any classes, follow instructions from your Program Manager regarding which classes to enrol in to.
I have accidentally enrolled in classes that clash – what do I do?
Please check your timetable again at least two weeks before the start of your classes. If you find that any of your classes clash, you will need to drop the incorrect class and enrol in a replacement class. Please contact your Program Manager to confirm which classes to drop and add.
C5378 Core Units - Select ALL Four (4) Courses
C5378 Elective Units - Select Twelve (12) Courses
Contact details and related links
Program structure enquiries
Telephone: +61 3 9925 4849
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Online: Submit an enrolment enquiry via login to RMIT Student Connect portal
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*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.
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