Graduate Diploma of Television Production
Course summary for local students
|Year||2015 course information|
|Award granted||Graduate Diploma of Television Production|
|Campus||Offered at Burwood (Melbourne)|
2 years part-time or equivalent
|Next available intake|
March (Trimester 1)
|Indicative annual fee 2015||$20,920* - Full-fee paying place|
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|Deakin course code||A637|
- Course overview
- Fees and charges
- Career opportunities
- Course rules
- Course structure
- Entry requirements - specific
- Credit for prior learning - general
- How to apply
The Graduate Diploma of Television Production is designed to provide Film and Television and Communication students and professionals with advanced academic and professional skills in television production.
The course links theory and television practice with the development of critical and academic skills. The emphasis in the course will be on television production practice in a rapidly changing environment. Students will be able to produce broadcast quality television and television advertisements.
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.
Fee paying place - Domestic (DFP)
A Fee paying place is one for which the university does not receive any government funding. As such, students enrolled in these places are required to contribute the full cost of their course.
Fee paying places are available to domestic students. Domestic students are those who are Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or holders of a permanent visa.
*Indicative course fees should be used as a guide only. Deakin University assumes no responsibility for persons relying on indicative course fees to calculate the total future cost of their course. The indicative course fee is an estimate based on a typical enrolment a student may have for their first year of study in 2015 for their course. The indicative course fee is based on historical first year enrolments within the course, reflecting the discipline cluster of the units which may be studied within the course. The actual fees charged will depend on the individual units chosen. The cost of each unit 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 services.
Graduates of the course will find employment with public and private broadcasters. However, as indicated previously small independent production houses are key employers for graduates of film and television courses. Regardless of the type of organisation, employers are looking for graduates who are technically proficient, demonstrate independent and creative thinking and who are above all autonomous problem solvers. Students will be equipped to understand the context of program innovation and industry change.
To qualify for the award of Graduate Diploma of Television Production, students must complete 8 credit points of core units.
Trimester 1 and Trimester 2
|ACF700||Writing with the Camera|
|ACF701||Television Studio Production|
|ALR733||Advertising Theory and Practice|
|ACF702||Television Commercial Production|
|ACC717||Law Media and Communication [Formerly ALJ724]|
|ACF703||Fractured TV: Audiences, Formats, Technology and Regulation (ACF703 commences 2016)|
|ACF704||Talking Heads: Personality and Persona On Screen (ACF704 commences 2016)|
|ACF705||Documentary Production Practice|
Entry requirements - specific
Completion of an Australian Bachelor degree (min. 3 years) in any discipline area or approved international equivalent.
Admission is available through a number of categories. In all admission categories, selection is based primarily on academic merit as indicated by an applicant's previous academic record. For more information on Deakin Admissions Policy visitThe Guide.
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.