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Master's Degree Programme in Media Production, Master of Culture and Arts: 60 cr
Master of Culture and Arts

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Principal Lecturer in Charge
Ari Koivumäki
Student Counsellor
Maija Joensuu

Qualification Awarded and the Level of Qualification

Master of Culture and Arts, NQF 7

Special Admission Requirements

General admission criteria, see TAMK’s websites.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Credit transfer for studies means that the student can apply for transfer prior higher education studies to the studied degree if they meet the competence objectives of the degree programme.
Credit transfer follows the spesific instructions of TAMK.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

Completion of curriculum studies and achievement of related competence objectives.

Profile of the Programme

The scope of the degree is 60 cr and it is designed to be studied alongside work. The studies are arranged in one year. The studies consist of common advanced professional studies 25 cr, optional studies 5 cr and master’s thesis 30 cr.

Key Learning Outcomes

The aim of the degree programme is to train producers, who have the skills required to explore the possibilities of business and to develop new ways of production and creation in the field of media. Media producers know how to manage product or service development processes. They are able to develop their businesses and to design business in an international working environment.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples

Degree programme is meant for media professionals and is aiming to develop personal professionality and career.

Access to Further Studies

The degree produces the same eligibility for public offices as a master’s degree from a university. The student may also apply for doctoral studies at a university.

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

Assessment of completed courses is based on TAMK’s assessment criteria. TAMK’s degree regulations are followed in implementation and assessment.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate the student need to completed the studies in accordance to the curriculum.

Mode of Study

The tuition uses different teaching methods. The classroom education, for most part, takes place on Wed-Thu 10.00-17.00, roughly once in a month during the autumn and spring terms.
Collaborative knowledge construction and sharing are an essential part of learning and the students are expected to participate in the classroom teaching. The attendance requirements for each course are determined by the teachers of the course.
The degree programme education is mostly carried out in Finnish.

Development of the Programme

The curriculum is developed in cooperation with TAMK’s other master’s degree programmes. Working life cooperation is implemented e.g. through students' Master thesises and advisory councils. Student feedback is collected annually in connection with courses. Alumni feedback is collected regularly through online surveys.