Master of Arts (Interpretive Writing)
Fees may apply
The aim of the program is to extend the candidate's knowledge of the disciplines which underpin their profession, and enable them to successfully identify, investigate and formulate conclusions on issues in their field, so as to accord the candidate competitive advantage in the conduct of their profession.
Wagga Wagga Campus
Normal course duration
Part-time 2 years (4 sessions)
An applicant for admission to candidature shall have an appropriate Bachelor degree, with or without honours, from an Australian university or equivalent overseas tertiary institution, taken over a minimum of three years (full-time equivalent).
An applicant for admission may be accepted without the qualifications specified above. An applicant who does not possess the qualifications listed above, but has some other appropriate combination of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications (such as relevant graduate diplomas) and/or professional performance which demonstrate to the course coordinator that he/she is capable of successfully undertaking the program, may be accepted into the course.
To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 64 points.
*The number of subjects and specific subject choices are described in the course structure and enrolment pattern for the course.
The course consists of three core subjects
VIS503 Writing Project (32 points) (Commenced)
VIS503 Writing Project (Completed)