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Credit Transfer Details


Any Australian Higher Education Provider

External Course

Any Completed (AQF 7) Bachelor of Design/Built Environment or Equivalent 3-4 year Program

University of Canberra Course

Master of Design Strategies (ARM001.1)


  • Arrangement Start Date: 12/03/2019
  • Arrangement End Date: 12/03/2022

Relevant Information

To be eligible for this articulation arrangement, students must have successfully completed any of the following within Australia:

Any Bachelor of Design or equivalent Bachelor program in the area of Graphic Design, Visual Communication, Industrial Design, or Interaction Design (3-4 years), OR any Bachelor of Built Environment, or equivalent Bachelor program in the area of Architecture, Interior Architecture, or Landscape Architecture (3-4 years).

Semester 2 commencement is only available to applicants who have been granted 12 credit points towards the course.  

Please note that units are accurate as of 2019 and are subject to availability. For the most up-to-date program please check the University of Canberra 'Courses and Units' website.

Credit Overview

12 credit points of advanced standing out of 48 credit points.

Credit Detail (units)

University of Canberra Unit NameUnit CodeCredit Points
Creative Thinking G110703
Research Methods in Built Environment and Design G110023
Visualisation and Prototyping G110736

Typical Study Pattern

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Important Information about Applying for Credit Transfer

  • Please ensure that an official transcript of results (original or certified copy) is attached to your application.
  • You should not register in the units for which you are seeking credit.
  • You can apply for this credit transfer before completing your current course, please note down the reference code and include this on the credit transfer screen within your application.
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