With an emphasis on ideas and a design-led approach to research and experimentation, the knowledge and skills you develop in this course will enable you to work in a range of practices, and to engage interior design as an agent of social and cultural change.
Graduates of this course will be highly effective team contributors with strong communication and technical skills. You will learn how to be a valuable contributor through the process of developing a collective response to real industry briefs. You will engage with clients (encompassing commercial, institutional, civic and social organisations) and industry practice partners (interior design and associated design practices) together with the student cohort on live projects and challenges.
With a strong focus on design challenges affecting the broader Australasian region, you will also have opportunities to undertake global intensives to locations within Asia.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
Complete the following Five (5) Courses:
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
There are no prerequisite subjects required for entry into this qualification.
The annual tuition fee is AU$44,160.
Graduates of this degree may find careers in interior design and architectural practices where they may be involved in design development, concept development and implementation, strategic leadership, feasibility studies, competition bids, client presentations, and site management. Commissions could include restaurants, hotels, retail spaces, corporate offices and public buildings.
They may also find employment in advisory and strategic roles that utilise design skills, critical thinking and spatial knowledge in broader fields of work, including cultural institutions, placemaking, local government, business, cultural events, and education.