MC270 - Master of Photography

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Plan: MC270 - Master of Photography
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The Master of Photography will prepare you for work or further research in the diverse global photographic industry.  As a graduate of the Master of Photography, you will have advanced and specialised knowledge and skills in photographic communication and practice. You will be able to independently create photographic works for professional presentation and communicate your ideas effectively in a range of professional contexts.  You will have developed your own critical position toward the broad discipline of photography through independent, practice-led research so that you can make contributions to the broader fields of photography, art and culture.  

Upon successful completion of this program you will be able to:

  1. Apply expert judgement and mastery of appropriate photographic concepts and skills, using an advanced and integrated understanding of creative theories and practice;
  2. Reflect on your photographic practice, and situate it within a contemporary narrative of photography and the wider social, cultural and global context;
  3. Analyse, reflect and synthesise complex information to inform the creation of photographic works;
  4. Solve complex problems through expert practical knowledge and specialised technical skills;
  5. Identify, evaluate and resolve both practical and theoretical challenges through reflexive practices in photographic production to successfully complete and communicate practice-led photographic research;
  6. Work autonomously and with others in collaborative environments to seek innovative and critically reflective solutions and outcomes;
  7. Independently engage in continued learning to acquire the knowledge, skills and initiative to complete and communicate independent advanced research in one or more fields of photographic practice.
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