C6150 - Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)

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RMIT program code: C6150
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)
Plan code: C6150
National Program Code: CUA60515
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 Year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 930
CRICOS code: 094334M

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of 15 units - 4 core units and 11 elective units.

  C6150 Courses
 

Prior to enrolment it is essential you attend the scheduled Enrolment Information session to ensure that you enrol correctly. If you are unable to attend you will need to contact Program Administration to obtain advice before you enrol.

Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)  section codes are: SP2A and SP2B

These section codes relate to the group you are allocated into by program staff and you will need the correct code before you enrol.

An incorrect enrolment can prevent you from meeting the program's requirements and graduating.

Do not enrol into any other section code (eg. DI1A or LP1A etc)

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C6150 Courses

C6150 Core Units - Select ALL Four (4) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Apply concepts of music and society to professional practice (CUAMLT502)40PERF5085CCity Campus5012 (SP2A)
5013 (SP2B)
Establish and maintain safe creative practice (CUAPPR505)30OHTH5960CCity Campus3931 (SM1A)
3932 (SM1B)
3933 (SM1C)
3990 (SM2A)
3991 (SM2B)
4141 (SP2A)
4142 (SP2B)
5092 (SM1D)
3207 (DI1A)
3208 (DI1B)
3209 (DI1C)
3210 (DI1D)
3254 (AD2A)
3255 (AD2B)
Engage in the business of creative practice (CUAPPR603)70BUSM8790CCity Campus4129 (SP2A)
4130 (SP2B)
Manage intellectual property to protect and grow business (BSBIPR501)60BUSM8791CCity Campus4139 (SP2A)
4140 (SP2B)
AND

C6150 Elective Units - Select Eleven (11) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Manage on-site event operations (SITXEVT505)60BUSM8792CCity Campus4117 (SP2A)
4118 (SP2B)
Develop sound designs (CUASOU503)50VART6416CCity Campus4119 (SP2A)
4120 (SP2B)
4209 (AD2A)
4210 (AD2B)
Produce sound recordings (CUASOU504)100VART6417CCity Campus4121 (SP2A)
4122 (SP2B)
Implement sound designs (CUASOU505)50VART6418CCity Campus4123 (SP2A)
4124 (SP2B)
Create a final sound balance (CUASOU506)85VART6382CCity Campus4131 (SP2A)
4132 (SP2B)
2995 (LP2A)
2996 (LP2B)
Compose music using electronic media (CUAMCP501)60PERF5086CCity Campus4125 (SP2A)
4126 (SP2B)
Manage the operation of stage monitor systems (CUASOU502)70PERF5081CCity Campus3747 (LP2A)
3748 (LP2B)
4133 (SP2A)
4134 (SP2B)
Manage audio system control networks (CUASOU403)120VART6419CCity Campus4135 (SP2A)
4136 (SP2B)
Plan and manage film and media post-production (CUAPPM604)35VART6420CCity Campus3204 (SP2A)
3205 (SP2B)
3264 (AD2A)
3265 (AD2B)
Manage production of sound designs (CUASOU601)50VART6421CCity Campus4137 (SP2A)
4138 (SP2B)
Manage production of sound recordings (CUASOU602)50VART6422CCity Campus3498 (SP2A)
3499 (SP2B)
 

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Contact details and related links

Program structure enquiries

Program Administration

(tel) 03 9925 4815

(e) mcvet@rmit.edu.au 

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