Part time Master's Degree in Media in Oceania

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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.

 

Media studies are quite diverse, and may cover a variety of areas such as media production and analysis and media business. Topics may include design, marketing strategies, digital video production, research and media history.

 

Due to the numerous countries within Oceania, work occasions and work permit laws differ greatly, with data on opportunities in some nations being limited. Australia and New Zealand are the most advanced countries in the area.

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Master of Digital Information Management

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 years January 2019 Australia Sydney

The Master of Digital Information Management is part of an articulated program designed to produce information professionals able to create and manage information which is increasingly in digital formats. It also examines strategies and practices for the delivery of knowledge services for both organisations and communities in the 21st century. [+]

The program equips graduates with a deep, theoretically informed understanding of how knowledge and information are created, represented, communicated and used by individuals and groups both online and in the physical world. In addition, students develop the technical and project management skills needed to design, build and manage online information resources such as websites and digital repositories. Students gain an understanding of contemporary issues, trends, innovations and forces for change in information practice; ethical practice; and the ability to operate with integrity, rigour, self-reliance and cooperation in professional contexts.

Graduates of the program have: demonstrated sophisticated information-handling skills appropriate for professional practice in diverse environments an understanding of how to achieve organisational objectives by creating, sharing and using knowledge an understanding of contemporary issues, trends, innovations and forces for change in information and knowledge practices, as well as the broader political, policy and technological contexts an understanding of ethical practice and the ability to operate with integrity, rigour, self-reliance and cooperation in professional contexts demonstrated creative, critical, reflective problem-solving capabilities in the context of their professional roles and a commitment to lifelong learning, and demonstrated capabilities in planning and implementing a project. ... [-]