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Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design, New Zealand

We have 16 Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design, New Zealand

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The design/art MFA is the College of Creative Arts' premier postgraduate qualification for practising designers and artists. The MFA emphasises the production of original creative work that is research-driven, critically engaged, expertly realised and highly innovative. . Read more
Are you passionate about creativity and cultural expression? Develop advanced academic, practical and creative skills through an exhibition, publication or industry project and access multi-disciplinary creative studios supervised by industry leading educators, artists and designers. Read more
The Master of Design (MDes) is about design that matters. Master of Design students are focused, high-level problem-solvers. They conduct purposeful advanced design research that connects with people well beyond the university. . Read more
The design/art MFA is the College of Creative Arts' premier postgraduate qualification for practising designers and artists. The MFA emphasises the production of original creative work that is research-driven, critically engaged, expertly realised and highly innovative. . Read more
The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is a practical, studio-based degree designed to enable students to attain a high level of professional mastery, craft and practical skill, through the presentation of both a creative art-work (or art-works) and a written component (exegesis). Read more
The MCGD provides an opportunity for you to plan, develop and carry out a large scale design research project.  This will enable you to collaborate with other students and academics, and to work with members of the professional design industry.  The MCGD research is represented by both a written thesis and an exhibited  design realisation. Read more
The Master of Arts (MA) degree comes in two pathways, by coursework or by thesis. The MA prepares candidates for employment in education, regional and national government agencies, the private sector, and industry. Read more
The Master of Music (MMus) is designed for students who've already gained an Honours-level qualification in Music. It's an advanced, one-year programme of study. Read more
The Master of Professional Writing (MPW) involves taking a core paper, designed specifically to enhance your workplace readiness, as well as elective papers which range across a variety of fields from creative writing to writing for promotional purposes and advertising, for digital media and for scholarly and professional publication. Read more
Toioho ki Āpiti, the Māori Visual Arts programme, was established in 1995. It is the leading provider of advanced indigenous visual arts education in New Zealand, and has an unparalleled list of significant New Zealand artists amongst its alumni. Read more
Go beyond your bachelor’s degree and delve deep into a subject that interests you. Complete your MA in three semesters. The Master of Arts is 180 credits. Read more
Are you passionate about creativity or cultural expression? Do you enjoy designing solutions to complex problems, or imagining new ways of experiencing and living in the world? Would your practice and portfolio benefit from undertaking a significant piece of advanced creative research? Advance your career through a Master's programme designed for creative professionals. Read more
Are you a highly motivated artist or designer looking to enrich your creative practice? The Master of Design offers you the opportunity to undertake a self-directed art or design project in a topic of your choice to create a body of work at an advanced level. Read more
Are you passionate about creativity and cultural expression? Do you want to work in a highly flexible studio or do you want to learn while you’re at work? This programme offers you the space to be part of a multi-disciplinary creative studio team and learn from leading industry educators, artists and designers. Read more
The Master of Music (MMus) degree requires at least one year of full-time or its equivalent in part-time study. It may be awarded in Composition, Studio Production, or Performance. Read more

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