C6127 - Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design
RMIT program code: C6127
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design
Plan code: C6127
National Program Code: CUV60411
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Full-Time Duration: One year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 870
CRICOS code: 078822F
2017 Enrolment Program Structure
This qualification requires the completion of the following:
In 2017, this program will only be available to students who commenced this program of study in July 2016, or for any students who were actively enrolled in 2016 and may need to undertake any of the 6 courses on offer.
Any student wishing to undertake the Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design from 2017 will enrol into program C6152, Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design.
Students are requested to enrol under group/section code GD2D as previously. Please enrol into all 6 courses under core and elective units.
Should any student need to enrol in any other course/s not listed, from this program, please contact adminstration officer.
For assistance regarding enroling or the section code, please contact the program coordinator or administration officer Fay Mitchell on 9925.9446 or email email@example.com.
Students are required to successfully complete all core and elective units to be eligible for the Advanced Diploma, 15 in total.
C6127 Core Units - Select ALL Eight (8) Courses
C6127 Elective Units - Select Seven (7) Courses
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Tel: +61 3 9925 9152
B515.3.11, RMIT Brunswick Campus
25 Dawson Street,
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