In a nutshell

From the toothbrush you use first thing in the morning, the shoes and clothes you wear, the phones, cars and computers you use, the services you enjoy, to the bed you sleep in last thing at night.

During this exciting and challenging course you are given an in-depth education in creative design, and from day one given real opportunities to work with companies and other outside bodies to develop essential innovative and technical skills.

Design is the ultimate discriminator of a product - production quality and price are increasingly second place.

What's involved?

A solid foundation in design

CAD for Design 1 Introduction, Digital media for Design 1, Visual and Material Culture 1 Introduction Survey, Creative Design 1 (Introduction of Core Skills), Visual Literacy. In semester 2, you study CAD for Design 2 (3D part), Creative Design 2 (Application of Core skills), Visual and Material Culture 2 Frameworks of Modernity, Digital media for Design 2, Professional Practice 2 (Core Communication Skills)

Building out your skills base

Creative Design 2 (Application of Core skills), Visual and Material Culture 2 Frameworks of Modernity, Digital media for Design 2, Professional Practice 2 (Core Communication Skills). The next semester you study Creative Design 4 (Designer and Client), CAD for Design 4 (Assembly), Professional Practice 4 - Law, Visual and Material Culture 4 (Contemporary World)

Getting ready for the workplace

Design in Context 1 (Major Project), CAD for Design 5 (Product), Creative Design 5 (Self Directed Project), Professional Practice 5 (Planning for Business), Digital media for Design 5 (Portfolio). In your final semester you study Creative Design 6 (Portfolio of Experience).

Capstone Year

Professional Communications 1 Branding, Digital Media for Design 7, Advanced Digital Portfolio and Web, Design in Context Research Methodologies, Creative Design 7 Teamwork

Further Opportunities

You will be eligible to undertake further studies at Masters and PhD level.

There are many career opportunities for creative design professionals, for example, in design consultancy, industrial design, exhibition design, retail design, furniture design, the multimedia sector and services design, design education and design management. The course also helps you to develop highly-transferable skills in visualisation, research, project management and communication.

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    of design and the result is simply stunning. Jane Lariken - MUD Clothing.

  • Design, design and redesign is their motto. Sartre won't stop until they have
    the perfect match between functionality and esthetic. Jack Tromso - Orcha Co.