The admission requirements for the Master of Curating & Cultural Leadership degree include:
(1)a Bachelor's degree with a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65 or equivalent. The Bachelor's degree can be in any field. This provides admission into the foundational disciplinary course component of the program - requiring completion of 96uoc (2.0 years).
(2)Bachelor's degree (Level 7) in a cognate field with a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65 or equivalent. This provides direct admission into the disciplinary course component of the degree - requiring completion of 72uoc (1.5 years).
(3)an Honours Degree in any of the following cognate fields. This provides direct admission to the advanced disciplinary component of the degree - requiring completion of 48uoc (1 year).
Cognate disciplines include Art History, Art Theory, Art Curating, Art Education, Museum and/or Heritage Studies, Cultural Heritage Materials Conservation, Design Education, Humanities, including English Literature, Cinema Studies.
Applicants without a Bachelors degree may be admitted to the Graduate Certificate on a case-by-case basis by the Program Director, on the basis of professional experience. The student may articulate up to the Graduate Diploma and Masters if they hold a credit average in their courses taken under the Graduate Certificate.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Consideration of RPL, including industry experience, will be relevant for consideration of RPL, including industry experience, will be relevant for the granting of an exemption from SAHT9115 Internship, where the student has significant professional experience, at least the equivalent in time and responsibility to that required in SAHT9115.
Verified industry experience will include a written statement of service from an employer, client or commissioning agent verifying the position, role, responsibilities, duration and/or project outcomes of employment, service contract or other professional arts engagement.