Type of institution: TAFE Institute
This career-focussed higher education program represents a convergence of the practical and theoretical aspects of design. It offers a diverse educational experience, exploring the scope of international creative design practice. It offers studio-based learning environments where students engage in group projects to simulate interior design practices in the real world. An Interior Design internship offers a work placement opportunity for students to put their knowledge into practice. A multidisciplinary approach helps students develop a practical understanding of other design disciplines. The course is taught by tertiary-educated interior design practitioners who have extensive experience in interior and architectural design in Australia and overseas. This qualification prepares graduates for employment in the interior design industry in Australia and overseas.
- 24 subjects. Year One: Foundation Design Skills
- Year Two: Design Development
- Year Three: Design Synthesis
- Interior design
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Or Certificate IV or above
Graduates of the Advanced Diploma of Interior Design will be able to fulfil the requirements of the degree in only one year by completing two specified subjects from second year and six specified subjects from third year (80 credit points).