MAJ08980 Digital Creative Enterprise
The Digital Creative Enterprise major prepares students to work in digital industries across both creative and non-creative sectors as specialist and embedded creative professionals. The major requires students to undertake cross-faculty, transdisciplinary studies through Creative Intelligence and Innovation subjects that emphasise versatility, agility and collaboration.
Students in the Digital Creative Enterprise major may be eligible to apply for the Australian Government's Digital Cadetship Program or Digital Graduate Program.
The Creative Intelligence and Innovation subjects are undertaken in accelerated form within July and Summer sessions.
Students enrolled in the combined Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation (C10355) cannot choose this major.
Students undertaking the Digital Creative Enterprise major with the following major or sub-major need to substitute an alternative subject in place of 21664 Managing Risk and Opportunity:
- MAJ08975 Events students may substitute either 21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability or 21214 Business and Social Impact in the MAJ08975 Events major.
- SMJ08220 Events students may substitute either 21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability or 21214 Business and Social Impact in the SMJ08220 Events sub-major.
|21662 Creative Industries in the Collaborative Economy||6cp|
|21664 Managing Risk and Opportunity||6cp|
|21663 Digital Strategy and Governance||6cp|
|81539 Innovation in Complex Systems||8cp|
|94663 Navigating Entrepreneurial Ecosystems||8cp|
|Select 8 credit points of options:||8cp|
|81538 Frame Innovation||8cp|
|81540 Leadership in Innovation||8cp|
|Select 6 credit points of options:||6cp|
|26600 Business Internship||6cp|
|21699 Diversity Management||6cp|