[Air-l] New Program Announcement.

Sue Myburgh Sue.Myburgh at unisa.edu.au
Wed Oct 3 22:55:09 PDT 2001

Apologies for cross-posting - Please forward as appropiate.
Thank you.

University of South Australia
School of Communication, Information and New Media.

Two new programs will be introduced in January, 2002, at UniSA.  These are the
Master of Arts (Knowledge Management) and the Master of Arts (Internet
Communication Strategies).

Both programs seek to educate and train people for the changing organisations,
society and economy in which we live and work.  They address issues from the
practical and applied, to the theoretical and critical, and will to provide
insights and understanding as well as immediately applicable skills.

The complexity of both these areas is addressed by offering a wide range of
courses, through which individual pathways can be designed to suit particular
needs and circumstances.  Courses include Information Economics, Competitive
Intelligence, Information Ethics, Internet Culture and Community, Virtual
Leisure Industries, Information Architecture and Design, The Learning
Organisation and more...

All courses in both programs are available in flexible, online delivery, using
cutting-edge pedagogical technologies and techniques, and so where you live
makes little difference.  Courses are also offered in short, intensive one-week
formats, to suit those who fancy a trip to Adelaide, South Australia!

Normal entry to these degrees is a recognised Bachelor of Arts degree.
However, the University has a Recognition of Prior Learning Policy, which means
that if you do not have an undergraduate degree, your work experience and other
training may be sufficient to permit entry to the programs.

If you live nearby, you might like to attend the Information Evening which will
be held on 29th October, 6 p.m. - 7.45 p.m., in H1-44, Amy Wheaton Building,
University of South Australia, St Bernard's Road, Magill SA 5072, Adelaide,
Australia.  For a free invitation, email elena.low at unisa.edu.au, or phone (08)
8302 4486.

Application to the programs can be made directly to the University.
Registrations close 14th December, 2001.

For further information about these programs, please contact Sue Myburgh, the
Program Director, at sue.myburgh at unisa.edu.au (P:+(08) 8302 4421, F: +(08) 8302
4756), or visit the University home page, www.unisa.edu.au.

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