You'll gain practical skills in design, sketching, use of digital media, 3D modelling, materials and manufacture, plus business and marketing skills.
This course will address future technologies, changing consumer culture and the impact of carbon neutral lifestyles, both locally and globally.
You'll gain an understanding of the creative economy and professional design practice. You'll work with our industry partners on live projects and have the opportunity to undertake a work placement. We encourage links with industry through external lectures, placements and participation in competitions.
In Year 3 you can also study overseas with one of our partners in Europe, Scandinavia, China, Australia, New Zealand or North America.
You'll develop your skills in research, problem solving, conceptual development and design thinking which you can also apply to other creative areas such as UX and service design, branding, advertising.
The course is supported by designated studio spaces for you to learn and practice in, and a modelling workshop with rapid prototyping and excellent computing facilities.
This is a full-time course studied over four years. You'll learn by a variety of teaching methods including lectures, tutorials, laboratory sessions and independent study.
Additional mandatory costs
- All Years: Printing and model-making material costs