Summary The Master of Cultural and Creative Practice is aimed at developing your expertise in cultural expression. Mixing live projects with coursework you can choose to specialise in a diverse array of subjects, including arts management, cultural production, curatorial practices, the interarts, interactive and mixed reality, heritage promotion, and cultural and creative production. You will implement creative strategies while developing expertise related to your chosen field, contributing to a vibrant creative community and critiquing notions of leadership and entrepreneurship in the cultural and creative sector. Creative thinking will empower your decision-making and inform your professional encounters. Considerate of cultural and ethical issues and their implications when working across cultural, social, and historical contexts, you will be thoughtful and respectful in your research and production. What you study Papers you study ARDN800 Research Methods (15 points) ARDN808 Contextual Review (15 points) You also choose 90 points from the elective papers listed below. Complete the applied research project In the second part of the programme, you research an area of your interest through the Applied Research Project (60 points). ARDN997 Applied Research Project (60 points) Elective papers ARDN809 Sound Culture and Sonic Practice (15 points) ARDN810 Creative Enterprise (15 points) ARDN811 Creative Leadership (15 points) ARDN812 Mediated Practice (15 points) ARDN813 Culture and Sovereignty (15 points) ARDN814 Curatorial Practice (15 points) TVSP870 Kaupapa M?ori Media (15 points)
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a B grade average or higher in papers at level 7 or above. English Language Requirements: IELTS (Academic) 6.5 overall with all bands 6.0 or higher; or equivalent; TOEFL iBT score of 90; Certificate in English for Academic Study (CertEAS) with A grade; GIE with B+ grade; CAE minimum overall score of 176; PTE minimum overall score of 58.