Diploma of Design (Extended) - 346JA
|Location:||UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Design|
|Discipline(s):||School of Design and the Built Environment|
|English Language Requirements:||There are non-standard English language requirements for this course. To be eligible you must have an academic IELTS or equivalent of 5.5. Students who have undertaken all of their education in an English speaking country (as defined on UC website) are deemed to have met our English language proficiency requirements.|
Graduating students will have the ability to perform at a level of professional expertise that allows them to confidently enter and contribute to the design industry as assistant designers within the architecture, landscape, interior, graphic and industrial design fields leading to a career as a contributing team member in design studios or in retail, visual merchandising, etc.
International students, with an academic IELTS or equivalent of 5.5 will be attracted to this program which, under the University of Canberra College banner, has a superior supervisory and guiding environment.
Graduates will have direct entry into the second year of the Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, the Bachelor of Graphic Design, the Bachelor of Industrial Design, the Bachelor of Interior Architecture and the Bachelor of Landscape at the University of Canberra.
This course is designed for international students, who are required to meet English Language requirements and general admission requirements to the University of Canberra College.
Information on admission closing dates can be found here.
- Diploma of Design (Extended) (36 credit points)
Required - Must pass 36 credit points as follows
- 7787 - English 1: Language and Culture (UCC) - 3 cp, Level 1
- 7788 - English 2: Language and Culture (UCC) - 3 cp, Level 1
- 7790 - Computing (general) (UCC) - 3 cp, Level 1
- 7791 - Mathematics (general) (UCC) - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8314 - Design Studio 1.1 - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8322 - Visual Representation - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8330 - Digital Environment - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8335 - Technology Laboratory - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8405 - Design Studio 1.2 (Architecture) - 3 cp, Level 1
- 8968 - Studio 2 - 3 cp, Level 1
- 9483 - Design History - 3 cp, Level 1
- 9799 - Foundations of Professional Planning - 3 cp, Level 1
|Diploma of Design||Dip Des|
UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce
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|Course Objectives||Graduate Qualities|
|Creative design, including:
Generating abstract design ideas after gathering information and analysing sources and concepts.
Integrating a significantly developed knowledge base required to successfully address client briefs.
Developing as a junior designer maintaining currency with past, present and future trends.
Gaining cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyse, synthetise and act on information from a range of sources.
Seeking to achieve efficient use of materials, resources and energy for design projects
Creating effective and safe design solutions
Gaining specialist digital technical and creative skills to express ideas and perspectives
Accessing and reviewing resources (historical, theoretical, physical, personal and cultural) that influence and support the design solutions.
Justifying own work in terms of design theory and innovative practice
Gaining cognitive, technical and communication skills to analyse, plan, design and evaluate approaches to unpredictable problems and/or management requirements
The development of effective communication skills with clients, colleagues and consultants.
Working as a professional member of a project team.
The development of communication strategies enabling the articulation of gained knowledge and specialised skills and to effectively demonstrate the understanding of that knowledge.
The development of clear presentation skills leading to an individual portfolio of work for self-promotion.
|1. UC graduates are professional.
UC graduates can:
Employ up-to-date and relevant knowledge and skills;
Use creativity, critical thinking, analysis and research skills to solve theoretical and real-world problems;
Work collaboratively as part of a team, negotiate, and resolve conflict;
Display initiative and drive, and use their organisation skills to plan and manage their workload;
Take pride in their professional and personal integrity.
2. UC graduates are global citizens.
UC graduates can:
Think globally about issues in their profession;
adopt an informed and balanced approach across professional and international boundaries;
Understand issues in their profession from the perspective of other cultures;
Communicate effectively in diverse cultural and social settings;
Make creative use of technology in their learning and professional lives;
Behave ethically and sustainably in their professional and personal lives.
3. UC graduates are lifelong learners. Our graduates are passionate about being at the forefront of their profession, staying in touch with the latest research, news and technology.
UC graduates can:
Reflect on their own practice, updating and adapting their knowledge and skills for continual professional and academic development;
Adapt to complexity, ambiguity and change by being flexible and keen to engage with new ideas;
evaluate and adopt new technology.
Standard three terms full-time or equivalent. Maximum nine terms.
- 2019->UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce-Internal
- 2016->UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce-Internal
- 2017->UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce-Internal
- 2018->UC - University of Canberra College, Bruce-Internal
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