Course Code

CUA50815

Cricos Course Code

099476A

Course Name

Diploma of Music Industry (Music Business)

Course Outline

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Intakes

January, May, September

Duration

45 scheduled tuition weeks and up to 6 weeks of holidays (51 weeks total) 

Cost

Total Course Fee $19,179 plus non-refundable enrolment fee  $500
Students can choose to pay the total course fee upfront (100%) or via monthly installments.

The following payment is required upon acceptance of a letter of offer:

  • Tuition fee deposit - $1,000
  • Non-refundable non-tuition enrolment fee - $500

Total $1,500

RPL Costs:

  • Application Fee - $500
  • Charge per unit of competency - $500

Total course fees may be reduced to account for the number of units undertaken via RPL or where Course Credit has been granted.

Nationally Recognised Training does not incur GST.

Students will only be eligible to receive their qualification if fees have been paid in full and all course requirements have been met.

 

Delivery Location

All courses will be delivered at the UNITED POP Melbourne campus at Level 8, 350 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000. Please visit the Contact Page  if you want to get in touch with us.

Study Mode

Full Time / 20 hour per week minimum. 51 weeks

Delivery Method

Classroom based

Entry Requirements

International Student Entry Requirements:

This course is available to international students who are able to provide evidence that they:

IELTS, TOEFL, PTE and CAE: These tests must be taken no more than two years prior to application.

  • Completion of Year 12 English at an Australian secondary school or college, or equivalent
  • If you have completed a qualification where English was the primary language of instruction, you may be eligible for an English language exemption.
  • You will be required to undertake a pre-training review and Language Literacy and Numeracy assessment as part of the application process:
    • Your pre-training review and LLN result will be used to:
      • help United POP identify your educational support needs, and
      • to be eligible for entry into a United POP Australia diploma of study you must achieve an exit Level 3 LLN outcome in both literacy and numeracy.

Domestic Student Entry Requirements

  • Applicants for VET diploma courses must satisfy one of the following minimum entry criteria:
    • Provide a copy of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education that has been awarded by an agency or authority of a State or Territory for the student’s completion of year 12;
      OR
    • Provide evidence of successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate IV or higher qualification (where the language of instruction is English).
    • You will be required to undertake a pre-training review and Language Literacy and Numeracy assessment as part of the application process. Your pre-training review and LLN result will be used to help United POP identify your educational support needs, and to be eligible for entry into a United POP Australia diploma of study you must achieve an exit Level 3 LLN outcome in both literacy and numeracy.

Modules overview

CUAPPR505 - Establish and maintain safe creative practice

  • Determine work health and safety requirements for professional practice
  • Identify hazards and assess and manage risks
  • Monitor and enhance safety of the practice

BSBCRT501 - Originate and develop concepts

  • Evaluate and explore needs and opportunities
  • Develop a range of creative approaches
  • Refine concepts
  • Develop concepts to an operational level 

BSBPMG522 - Undertake project work

  • Define project
  • Develop project plan
  • Administer and monitor project
  • Finalise project
  • Review project

BSBMKG523 - Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan

  • Determine marketing communication requirements
  • Develop marketing communication brief
  • Design integrated marketing communication strategy
  • Select and recommend media for marketing strategy
  • Develop creative brief

BSBPUB502 - Develop and manage complex public relations campaigns

  • Interpret a complex public relations campaign brief
  • Identify and evaluate options for a complex public relations campaign
  • Prepare public relations campaign plans
  • Implement public relations campaign plans

SITEEVT012 - Develop event concepts

  • Evaluate and explore needs and opportunities for events.
  • Develop a range of creative approaches to event concepts.
  • Refine event concepts.
  • Progress event concept to operational stage.

SITEEVT009 - Organise event infrastructure

  • Analyse infrastructure requirements.
  • Source and organise infrastructure requirements.
  • Monitor event infrastructure.
  • Evaluate success of event infrastructure operations.

BSBADV510 - Create mass electronic media advertisements

  • Interpret creative brief
  • Create radio advertisement
  • Create television or cinema advertisement
  • Create internet, web or podcast advertisement

CUAIND402 - Provide freelance services

  • Promote self to potential clients
  • Negotiate work arrangements
  • Manage financial and business aspects of service
  • Undertake strategic planning

CUACMP501 - Manage copyright arrangements

  • Identify opportunities for legal use of original works
  • Protect original works locally and internationally
  • Assign copyright of original works
  • License rights to original works
  • Maintain copyright documentation

CUAMGT401 - Manage distribution of music and associated products

  • Distribute physical products
  • Manage digital distribution of music
  • Evaluate distribution strategies

CUAMGT502 - Develop artists and repertoire

  • Monitor new and emerging trends in music
  • Scout new talent
  • Facilitate agreements for artists
  • Monitor progress of artists agreements

CUAMGT501 - Manage artists and their careers

  • Establish business relationships
  • Manage career development
  • Manage business relationships
  • Develop market position of artists

CUAPPM403 - Coordinate touring arrangements

  • Plan tour requirements
  • Implement touring plans
  • Troubleshoot problems during tours

CUAMGT402 - Administer music publishing income

  • Interpret publishing agreements
  • Collect and disperse publishing income
  • Monitor use of published works
  • Maintain accounts for published works

CUAMGT404 - Administer artists' royalty income

  • Clarify terms and conditions of agreements with artists
  • Disperse income and maintain financial records