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Coursework

Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage

    • CRICOS Code: 082253M

    What will I study?

    Overview

    Degree Structure

    The Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage comprises 100 points, with 50 points of core subjects, and 50 points of electives. Upon
    completion of the core subject stream, students can choose to specialise through electives, take an industry internship or complete
    a minor research thesis.

    The program is unique in its approach, which includes:

    • Cross-disciplinary and integrated approaches to Heritage
    • Professional skills development in Heritage design, research, theory and presentation
    • Industry Partners involved in Specialist Teaching
    • Research by Heritage Thesis (25 points) and Heritage Project (12.5 points) modes
    • Heritage Internship available in long (25 points) and short (12.5 points) modes
    • Flexible course structure

    Heritage Internship opportunities

    Internships are offered in both short and long formats and are tailored to the unique skills, needs and interests of individual students. All Internships are subject to availability, acceptance by the host organisation and approval by the internship subject coordinator.

    Nested qualifications/exit points

    For applicants looking to professionally upgrade, but who do not wish to complete the full Masters program, the option is available to exit the degree early and attain one of the following qualifications:

    • Specialist Certificate in Urban and Cultural Heritage (25 credit points of core subjects), or;
    • Graduate Certificate in Urban and Cultural Heritage (50 credit points of core subjects).

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