Postgraduate Units of Study
Units of study on this page relate to the Art Curating Program.
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ARHT6920 - Dissertation Part 1
Semester 2, 2012 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Catriona Deirdre Moore
Master degree candidates only may undertake research and writing on an approved topic towards a dissertation of 12000 words under the supervision of an academic staff member. The topic is elective. Art Curatorship students have the option of writing a thesis in the form of an exhibition plan and catalogue essay. The dissertation is equivalent to two units of study. Students enrol in ARHT6920 Dissertation 1 in their first semester of research and complete by enrolling in ARHT6921 Dissertation 2 in the following semester.
research and writing towards a dissertation of 12000 words (100%)
consultation with supervisor as arranged
Students must also enrol in ARHT6921 the following semester.
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