MC079 - Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)

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RMIT program code: MC079
Plan name: Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)
Plan code: MC079
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 022048B

Contact details and related links


2017 Enrolment Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:

  Stage A of Program
 
AND  Stage B of Program
 
AND  Stage C of Program
 

The Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) is a fully prescribed program, please follow the below instructions and contact the program administrator if you have any queries.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are enrolling in Integrated Project 1 or 2 please enrol in the MAPS Class number (MAPS = Art in Public Space)

AM code is for the Arts Management Program, if enrolled into the wrong class number you will not appear in the class list and this could effect your results.

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Stage A of Program

Students studying part time are required to enrol into VART3422 Theories and Professional Practice 1 as their first subject.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are enrolling in Integrated Project 1 or 2 please enrol in the MAPS Class number (MAPS = Art in Public Space)

AM code is for the Arts Management Program, if enrolled into the wrong class number you will not appear in the class list and this could effect your results.

 

 

Complete Both Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Integrated Project 124YesVART3420City Campus1257 (MAPS)1227 (MAPS)
1251 (AM1)
Theories and Professional Practice 124YesVART3422City Campus1256 (MAPS)1226 (MAPS)
 
AND

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Stage B of Program

Students studying part time are required to enrol into VART3423 Theories and Professional Practice 2 first in stage B.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are enrolling in Integrated Project 1 or 2 please enrol in the MAPS Class number (MAPS = Art in Public Space)

 

AM code is for the Arts Management Program, if enrolled into the wrong class number you will not appear in the class list and this could effect your results.

 

    Complete Both Courses:

    Course Title

    Credit Points

    Prereqs/ Coreqs

    Course Code

    Campus

    Semester 1 Class

    Semester 2 Class

    Integrated Project 224YesVART3421City Campus1259 (MAPS)1229 (MAPS)
    1252 (AM1)
    Theories and Professional Practice 224YesVART3423City Campus1258 (MAPS)1228 (MAPS)
     
    AND

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    Stage C of Program

     Students studying part time are required to enrol into VART3001 first in stage C

     

    Complete Both Courses:

    Course Title

    Credit Points

    Prereqs/ Coreqs

    Course Code

    Campus

    Semester 1 Class

    Semester 2 Class

    Major Project Presentation12YesVART3001City Campus1260 (MAPS)1230 (MAPS)
    Major Research Project36YesVART3002City Campus1261 (MAPS)1231 (MAPS)
     

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    Contact details and related links

    Program structure enquiries

    Dr Maggie McCormick

    maggie.mccormick@rmit.edu.au

    or

    Program Administration Officer

    Paula McDonald

    +(61 3) 9925 2416

    art.postgradadmin@rmit.edu.au

    TIMETABLE - PLEASE NOTE - This program does not use the Student Timetabling System, you can access the live google timetable and other program information via the school of art postgraduate student webpage.

     

     

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    Enrolment

    For more information about enrolment at RMIT University, please go to the Enrolment home page.

    *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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