Undergraduate Courses (Bachelor of Arts)
Specialise in the engaging area of visual narrative communication through the means of animation design and development, as well as game design and development.
Learn how to communicate through a variety of media including online, print, television, point-of-sale, radio, direct mail and outdoor advertising.
You will have the opportunity to specialise in exciting and creative fields within digital design and multimedia design profession. You will work on real-world projects facilitated by experienced staff and industry specialists.
Learn the principles of design and creative practice and develop skills in fabric manipulation, construction, design, pattern making, styling and fashion illustration.
This major is designed for those who wish to become professional artists or pursue careers in creative industries. You will focus on disciplines including painting, print media, sculpture, drawing, installation and photography.
This major focuses on visual communication and will teach you the skills and knowledge required to be a photographer and/or illustrator.
Select an area of specialisation from industrial and product design, jewellery design, furniture design or object design abd develop the skills and knowledge to produce innovative pieces.
Through a combination of coursework, project-based units, and professional placements you’ll learn the skills and knowledge required to produce contemporary design and art solutions.
The Master of Applied Design and Art combines practical skills with theoretical knowledge to enhance your current undergraduate degree or chosen specialisation in art and design to reach a high level of expertise and qualification in contemporary design and art.
Higher Degree by Research Courses