Bachelor of Design

Swinburne University

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Online
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Design with a major in Communication Design is delivered through Swinburne Online. Swinburne Online delivers Swinburne University of Technology programs designed to meet the needs of those who are unable to undertake on-campus study. These programs have been specifically designed for online delivery and support.

This course offers students innovative, real-world practical learning experiences and deeper involvement with interactive media and specialist visual communication skills. A formal unit for capstone projects is embedded within the course and emphasis is placed on advanced conceptual thinking.

Students gain a solid understanding of communication design across a broad range of media to prepare them for the challenges of an exciting and evolving industry. Students explore the communication imperative in a commercial environment and learn how to respond confidently to design problems.
Careers

As a graduate, you should be well placed to seek employment where information is primarily conveyed by visual means. This includes careers in design...

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