Bachelor of Entertainment Production
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|Year||2015 course information|
|Award granted||Bachelor of Entertainment Production|
|Campus||Offered at Burwood (Melbourne)|
|Length||3 years full-time or part-time equivalent|
|Next available intake|
March (Trimester 1)
|Indicative annual fee 2015||$6,152* - Commonwealth Supported Place (HECS)|
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|VTAC Codes||1400510191 - Burwood (Melbourne), Commonwealth Supported Place (HECS)|
|Deakin course code||A332|
New course commencing 2015.
- Course overview
- Fees and charges
- Career opportunities
- Course rules
- Course structure
- Entry requirements - general
- Entry requirements - specific
- Credit for prior learning - general
- How to apply
The Bachelor of Entertainment Production is a three year dedicated degree designed to provide students with the academic and professional skills necessary for employment in the field of entertainment production. The course bridges the existing gap between the traditional media-specific degrees that universities have long provided (in television and film production, as well as curatorial studies) and the exponentially expanding fields of new media and popular entertainment industries.
Fees and charges
Equivalent Full Time Student Load (EFTSL)
EFTSL is the standard annual full time load. Eight credit points is the standard full time load for one year of study.
Commonwealth supported place (CSP)
A Commonwealth supported place is one for which the university receives some government funding. As such, students enrolled in these places are required to contribute only part of the cost of their course. To be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place you must be an Australian citizen, or a New Zealand citizen or holder of a permanent visa who will be residing in Australia for the duration of your unit/s of study.
* The "indicative annual course fee" cited has been provided as a guide only. It has been calculated on the basis of a typical enrolment of a student undertaking the course in 2015, and reflects the cost involved in undertaking a full-time quota of units within the specified discipline.
The actual fees charged by Deakin University will depend upon the discipline from which each individual unit is chosen, and may vary from the indicative course fee cited, particularly if units are chosen from a number of disciplines. The cost of each unit offered in 2015 can be viewed from the Unit Search.
Please note that the fees per unit/credit point may increase annually due to rises in the cost of course delivery and service.
Deakin assumes no responsibility for persons relying on "indicative course fees" to calculate the total future cost of their course.
As a graduate of the Bachelor of Entertainment Production you will be trained with industry- ready skills in producing entertainment and programming cultural events. Some of the graduates will also go into free-lance or own-business work with skills that will allow them to successfully adapt to a range of national and international work environments. It will achieve this through learning experiences that link critical, industrial, and creative processes to professional education outcomes
To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Entertainment Production a student must complete 24 credit points including:
- 12 credit points of core units
- 12 credit points of electives
- no more than 10 credit points at level 1
- at least 14 credit points at level 2 or above
- no more than 8 credit points taken outside the Faculty of Arts and Education
Trimester 1 and Trimester 2
|ACC100||Communication in Everyday Life|
|ACC101||Creativity and Dangerous Ideas (also offered in trimester 3)|
|AEI203||Distributing Entertainment (commencing 2016)|
|ACC213||Media Law and Ethics (ACC213 also offered in Trimester 2 from 2016)|
|ACC200||Freelancing in the Arts (ACC200 also offered in Trimester 2 from 2016)|
|AEI204||Programming Entertainment (commencing 2016)|
|AEI305||Entertainment in Practice (commencing 2017)|
|AEI307||Evaluating Entertainment (commencing 2017)|
|AEI308||Entertainment Industries Internship (commencing 2017)|
Entry requirements - general
Deakin University offers admission to undergraduate courses through a number of Admission categories.
In all categories of admission, selection is based primarily on academic merit as indicated by an applicant's previous academic record.
For more information on the Deakin Admissions Policy visit The Guide.
Entry requirements - specific
Applicants should have successfully completed VCE, or equivalent, including Units 3 and 4–a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in English other than EAL.
The Faculty offers alternative entry options for mature age and other special categories of applicants. Information about these is available in the VTAC guide and on the Deakin University’s website at http://www.deakin.edu.au/future-students/applications-enrolments/index.php
Credit for prior learning - general
The University aims to provide students with as much credit as possible for approved prior study or informal learning which exceeds the normal entrance requirements for the course and is within the constraints of the course regulations. Students are required to complete a minimum of one-third of the course at Deakin University, or four credit points, whichever is the greater. In the case of certificates, including graduate certificates, a minimum of two credit points within the course must be completed at Deakin.
You can also refer to the Credit for Prior Learning System which outlines the credit that may be granted towards a Deakin University degree.
How to apply
Applications for study for Trimester 1 must be made through the Victorian Tertiary Admission Centre (VTAC). For more information refer to VTAC (external site).
Applications for Trimester 2 and Trimester 3 must be made directly to the University through the Applicant Portal. For information on the application process and closing dates, see the Apply web page. Please note that closing dates may vary for individual courses.