Associate Degree of Music (Arts & Entertainment Management)

Live event music equipment

Deliver Incredible Live Events and Acts  

Do you dream of working with top festivals, venues, or touring companies? Want to help breathe new life into the magic of live music?

If you’re interested in a career in the business and management side of the performing arts industry, we’re here to make it happen.

Delivered by Industri Ed, this two-year Arts & Entertainment Management program brings your passion for live music and your expertise in business to life.

Course Overview




6 Study Periods (2 years) full-time, or equivalent part-time

Start Date

February, May, September

  • Week 1: 5 Feb – 9 Feb 
  • Week 7 Study Break: 18 Mar – 22 Mar 
  • Week 13 Assessment Week: 29 Apr – 3 May 
  • Week 1: 27 May – 31 May 
  • Week 7 Study Break: 8 Jul – 12 Jul 
  • Week 13 Assessment Week: 19 Aug – 23 Aug 
  • Week 1: 9 Sep – 13 Sep 
  • Week 7 Study Break: 21 Oct – 28 Oct 
  • Week 13 Assessment Week: 2 Dec – 6 Dec 

Entry Requirements

School leaver applicants must:

  • Have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 qualification (or equivalent);


View entry requirements for applicants with tertiary study and mature-age applicants.

This course is only available to domestic students


Indicative annual course fees: 

  • Study period 1: $8,370 
  • Study period 2: $8,370 
  • Study period 3: $5,580 

Indicative total course fee: $44,640


* Fees provided are indicative only and are subject to change by AIM without notice.


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For more information view the AIM’s Undergraduate fees or visit the Fees & Finance page.


This course is only available to domestic students

Start your career in music today.

Amy Kuskopf 

R4A Music

“I’m working full-time at a record label before even finishing my degree.”
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