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First year indicative tuition fees for 2014 undergraduate courses (domestic students)

Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,870.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $19,150.00

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Bachelor of Creative Industries

Major In Environmental and Spatial Design

Deals with the design of interior and exterior environments and spaces, applying sustainable practices to the design of retail and commercial spaces, or the design of products and environments that promote usability.

Design is a collaborative discipline and students work both in teams and individually to find and solve design problems. They learn and develop skills that suit them for work in both the professional design industry and within organisations that employ design thinking.

Design is seen as part of a whole system and the major focuses on sustainable design practices that consider environmental, social, cultural and economic needs.

Related careers

Retail Spatial Designer, Interior Designer, Display and Event Designer

Major structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Environmental and Spatial Design deals with the design of interior and exterior environments and spaces, applying sustainable practices to the design of retail and commercial spaces, or the design of products and environments that promote usability. Design is a collaborative discipline and students work in teams and individually to find and solve design problems. They learn and develop skills that suit them for work in both the professional design industry and within organizations that employ design thinking. This major focuses on sustainable design practices that consider environmental, social, cultural and economic needs. Design is seen as part of a whole system.

The units listed in this major may be subject to change over the duration of the course. ATAR applicants wishing to undertake this major must apply through TISC and submit an application using the Online Admission System.



UnitDescription Points
Students may commence Level Two units of their Major inthe first and second semesters of enrolment.
Students are required to complete all of the following five units (75 credit points).
TDD21023D Design Practices: Materiality 15
TDD22043D Design Practices: Narrative Design 15
TDD32053D Design Practices: Spatial Design 15
TDD32063D Design Practices: Production 15
TDD22033D Design Practices: CAD for Designers 15
In addition, students are required to complete three units (45 credit points) from the following:
TDD21013D Design Practices: Drawing in Space 15
TDD32043D Design Practices: Modelling 15
TDD3203Advanced CAD for Designers 15
TDD3210Glass Design 15
TDD32073D Design Practices: Project 15
NOTE: It is recommended that students intending to study the Environmental and Spatial Design major consider electives from the following list:
DEF1102Design Foundations: Design History 15
DEF1106Collaborative Design 15
VIS1303Introduction to Drawing 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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