C6151 - Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media
RMIT program code: C6151
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media
Plan code: C6151IM
National Program Code: CUA60615
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 Year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 980
CRICOS code: 094340B
2021 Enrolment Program Structure
This qualification requires the completion of 16 units - 3 core units and 13 elective units. Note: Historical units BSBMKG527, CUAPPM502, CUADRT601, CUADIG502 & BSBMKG537 are no longer delivered.
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff and in response to State and Commonwealth government coronavirus (COVID-19) advice, from 22 March 2020 RMIT suspended all face-to-face learning and face-to-face teaching activities on its Australian campuses.
RMIT is committed to supporting students with studying from home arrangements via online learning until further notice. Face-to-face learning may resume following government advice and based on the practical learning requirements of your program. You will be notified of how this will impact you and your studies.
Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Interactive
Program code: C6151, Plan code: C6151IM - Program Guide
You have been allocated to a group (Section code), you will only see classes belonging to one group. If for any reason, such as work commitments,you need to change groups, please contact your Program Manager/Program Coordinator.
For your program, the groups (Section codes) are as followed:
New students starting Feb 2021: AD2A or AD2B
Continuing students from July 2020 intake: AD2M
An incorrect enrolment can prevent you from completing the program requirements.
If you are not sure of your allocated group (Section code), please contact the RMIT ConnectStudent portal.
C6151 Core Units - Select ALL Three (3) Courses
C6151 Elective Units - Select Thirteen (13) Courses.
Contact details and related links
Program structure enquiries
Program manager: Nat Bates
Telephone:+61 3 9925 3326
Program coordinator: Nicole McKinnon
Enrolment Enquires can be submitted via the RMIT ConnectStudent 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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