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Bachelor of Design

About the Course

This course develops theoretical and practical skills in the design of the built environment as well as skills in computer aided design and the preparation of design and working drawings. Focus is placed upon the special requirements for architecture, interior design and building construction in hot-humid tropical environments. The skills gained in this course will equip graduates to fulfil roles in the architecture and interior design industry. Other opportunities include further study leading to a degree in architecture and registration as an architect.


Assumed Knowledge
Stage 1 Mathematics or equivalent.


Course Structure
The first year of this course focuses on the representation of ideas in design while the second year focuses on concepts of space and the built form. The final year specialises in projects related to either interior design or architecture, with a regional focus.


A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 240 credit points.


Career Opportunities

The skills gained in this course will equip graduates to fulfil roles in the interior design industry and the architectural industry. For those studying in the Architecture stream there is the opportunity to complete their final two years at another university to be eligible for registration as an architect.


There are Admission Requirements and English Language Requirements for International Students.

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