A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Courses in marketing and communication give up-to-date training in the latest marketing channels such as digital media. There are a variety of programs that deliver courses in formats ranging from the traditional classroom setting to online distance learning.
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The Master of Marketing (MMktg) is designed for those who have completed a bachelor’s degree in any field of study and wish to obtain a postgraduate qualification in marketing. Marketing is an [+]
Master of Marketing (MMktg)
The Master of Marketing (MMktg) is designed for those who have completed a bachelor’s degree in any field of study and wish to obtain a postgraduate qualification in marketing. Marketing is an important part of strategic business decision making and this programme will equip you with the knowledge, understanding and skills of marketing to help in the decision-making process. It offers an exciting and rewarding opportunity to study marketing for someone who already has a degree. It will enhance career opportunities and employment prospects.
Minimum entry requirements:
Master of Marketing
• A bachelor’s degree (in any discipline) with a minimum of a Bminus grade average in papers at Level 7 or equivalent.... [-]
Our Creative Advertising course differs from other advertising programs because we run it like a full-time creative department within an agency. Students learn by doing and doing it at a challenging pace. [+]
Our Creative Advertising course differs from other advertising programs because we run it like a full-time creative department within an agency. Students learn by doing and doing it at a challenging pace.
It’s a full day, five-day week, year-long, heady rush of a course with brief after brief; competition after competition; and constant feedback from a full-time tutor who has worked as an advertising creative – as well as a constant stream of industry mentors and guests.
It’s a course in which you’ll learn how to be brave and fearless about ideas. You’ll learn copywriting and art direction by actively working in teams and you’ll be working to tight deadlines by responding to real briefs from agencies, mentors, and clients. You’ll learn by benchmarking your ideas against students worldwide and nationally by entering your work into international and Australian competitions. Better yet, you’ll learn about effective messaging in all mediums from online posts to physical posters; from newspapers and magazines both online and real; from scripted radio to unscripted radio; from video on a TV to video on your mobile; and mediums that don’t even look like advertising mediums such as activations and useful products and services that can change people, places and communities for the better.... [-]