Creative-Content Modules

A module is defined as a sequence of six courses consisting of varying combinations of required and elective courses in a discrete subject area. As a Creative Industries student you’ll select one module at the start of 1st year and a second at the start of 2nd year.  You’ll complete both modules at a rate of one course per semester. Delivered by the eight professional schools within the Faculty of Communication & Design, each module will cover the basic historical, theoretical and production aspects of a creative field while also examining how that field functions as a business. These modules will give you the opportunity to meet and participate in courses together with students specializing in each creative field.

You’ll have thirteen modules to choose from, as provided below:

•    School of Fashion
◦                      The Fashion Industry:  Markets, Aesthetics & Creativity

•    School of Professional Communication
◦                      Communication Studies

•    School of Image Arts
◦                      The Art & Business of Film
◦                      Visual Culture
◦                      Curatorial Practices

•    School of Journalism
◦                      The Business and Practice of News

•    School of Graphic Communications Management
◦                      Concept to Reality: Publishing and Printing

•    RTA School of Media
◦                      The Music Industry
◦                      Storytelling in Media
◦                      Media Business

•    Theatre School
◦                      Acting/Dance Studies

•    Theatre School and Department of English
◦                      Performance Studies

•    School of Interior Design
◦                      Interior Design: Humanscale for Creative Thinkers

 

Note: Modules are offered subject to minimum student enrolment and are normally confirmed in July of each year. Though every effort is made to offer all students the modules of their choice, space in specific modules may be limited if demand exceeds capacity.