The Bachelor of Design (Honours) at Griffith University was developed to give students who demonstrated a high level of aptitude during their undergraduate studies the chance to refine their studio practice, supporting theory, and research comprehension.
During your Design (Honours) studies, you will have the opportunity to choose a project or subject, and you'll have access to the studios, software, and resources you need to further explore it.
What you will study
Design Research Methods
Honours Research Project
Presenting Visual and Creative Arts Research
Visual Communication Design: Explore a variety of visual and graphic communication and branding approaches while understanding the social consequences and environmental responsibilities of design.
Interior and Spatial Design: The interior and spatial design major, which equips students for a professional career, covers a broad range of interior and spatial sectors, including residential, commercial, exhibition, installation, theater, and event design.
Product Design: Engage in a variety of creative activities and put our technology to the test with 3D printing, 3D modeling, 3D scanning, laser cutting, and CNC routing tools.
Immersive Design: Create virtual and augmented environments for use in gaming and education, develop reconstructions in the fields of criminology and archaeology, and depict ideas and data from the fields of engineering, health, and architecture.
Interaction Design: The interface design major's multidisciplinary approach will increase your technical proficiency and digital creativity.
To describe design ideas, students will employ design language, data collection and analysis tools, reflective reasoning strategies, and written and spoken presentations.
Students will develop and deliver creative solutions for projects that have an influence on local and global society and that exhibit a strong sense of civic responsibility and ethical behavior.
Students will provide value by incorporating their understanding, empathy, and respect for varied audiences, abilities, and points of view into their design solutions.
Students will synthesize and integrate cross-disciplinary knowledge to provide innovative solutions that display professional-level expertise.
Students will work in groups, conduct multimodal research, and employ design methodologies to provide design solutions.
You will have the option of working in corporate and brand design for print, web, publishing, advertising, and digital media. Working in design for culture, education, and social change will be an option for you.
CGPA - 5/0
Applicants must have a Bachelor of Design or equivalent.
A minimum GPA of 5.0 in the top 90 studio credits from the second or third year of undergraduate studies is required for candidates.
English Language Requirements
The minimum English language competence requirement for applicants to this program is an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no subtest score below 6.0.
TOEFL - 79/120
PTE - 58/90
For International Students: AUD 31,500 (indicative annual fee, 2022)