Master of Design

Griffith University

This program is suited to designers and non-designers who wish to complement their existing skills with the frameworks, strategies, technologies and tools to solve complex problems and integrate design-led strategies into existing practice in business, government and communities. It will offer students the opportunity to advance their skills and knowledge on emerging practice (2D, 3D 4D), experience design (UX and Service), design thinking, storytelling and advanced design technologies (3D printing, Augmented/Virtual Reality and Internet of Things), offering routes for practice orientated work and/or design strategy and leadership. Students will also have the chance to work on real-life client projects within an inter-disciplinary setting, using both collaborative and individual working contexts to expand their knowledge of human and user-centred processes at professional industry level.

Course Fee:

Australian: $44,000
International: $63,000

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor degree in non-related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution OR Bachelor degree in related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution OR Graduate Diploma of Design or a Bachelor degree with Honours in a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution

Structure:

160 credit points

Subjects you can Study:

Design

Study Pathways:

Master of Visual Arts, Doctor of Visual Arts or Doctor of Philosophy

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
South Bank, Qld College of Art No info Yes Part time 4 years
South Bank, Qld College of Art No info Yes Full time 2 years
Griffith University offer more than 350 qualifications across 5 campuses in Queensland. Griffith University serves more than 40,000 students. Approximately half of Griffith students study full-time and on-campus.

Provider CRICOS: 00233E

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