MC262 - Master of Writing and Publishing
RMIT program code: MC262
Plan name: Master of Writing and Publishing
Plan code: MC262
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 088089C
2016 Enrolment Program Structure
To graduate you must complete the following:
|Year One of Program
|AND||Year Two of Program
The Master of Writing and Publishing can be completed as a part-time or full-time program with all classes held at the RMIT's Melbourne city campus. It is not available via distance learning. The courses run in both the evening and daytime with a handful of Friday/Saturday intensives throughout the year.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: The program is available to you in FULL-TIME STUDY MODE ONLY. That is over four semesters (2 years).
LOCAL STUDENTS: The program can be completed over four semesters (2 years) in full-time study. A part-time study option (eight semesters (4 years)) is available to local students only.
The program consists of a number of separate courses covering all aspects of the publishing process – from authorship to editing, print production to marketing and finance – and students must pass all courses in order to graduate.
EARLY EXIT OPTION
While there are no electives in the Master of Writing and Publishing there is flexibility to select projects within the Bowen Street Press studios according to interest or ability.
Year One of Program
Course content changes from year to year to ensure the program reflects current industry practice, but prospective (full-time) students can assume the following overall structure:
Complete the following Five (5) Courses:
Year Two of Program
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
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Program Administration Office
School of Media and Communication
Building 9 level 5
All new International Students are expected to attend one of the following Enrolment Information Sessions for 2016 as appropriate in order to receive important enrolment information. Local students are also welcome to attend these sessions for further guidance.
Enrolment Information Session: Timely arrivals
Date: Wednesday,17 February 2016
Venue: Building 80 level 4 room 20
Enrolment Information Session: Late arrivals
Date: Friday, 26 February, 2016
Venue: Building 9 level 3 room 7
Enrolment from 29 February to 15 March 2016:
Venue: Building 9 level 4 (reception)
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