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Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours)
|Delivery Mode||On campus|
|Location||Parramatta campus, depending on major selected|
|Duration||4F / 8P|
|Intake Information||Semester 1 (Autumn); Semester 2 (Spring)|
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Key : F = Full time study, P = Part time study, A = Accelerated full time study
Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes.
|This course is not available to International students.|
The Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours) program at Western Sydney University prepares you for the profession with a new culture of learning supported by user/student-centered approach, competency learning, design studio-project based learning, applied design research and innovation. With a shorter time span between thinking and making, our graduates in industrial design create and innovate by value adding, better experiences and interaction, products, businesses and systems.
As a result our graduates are thinker-makers and design entrepreneurs, self-starters and all-rounders that can figure out and problem-solve ambiguity, work independently or in collaboration with others in new product development teams, user experience and interaction, product service systems, production and manufacturing.
The course culminates in a final year industrial design project intending to develop visionary work leading to industry placement, Masters or PhD research place of design in society and its effect on people, the environment and the economy, and provides you with the ability to work alone or collaboratively.
Career Opportunities for the Bachelor of Engineering Advanced (Honours)
Occupations for industrial designers are in:
- technological innovation (i.e. electronic, construction and building, medical and scientific)
- durable and fast moving consumer goods (i.e. commercial and domestics appliances, white goods, food, tools, packaging)
- entertainment and games (i.e. games development, model making, film and animation)
- online and e-learning solutions (i.e. web design, e-commerce, flexible learning)
- user-centered design (i.e. user experience, graphic user interface, natural user interface, tangible interaction, human computer interaction, human machine interaction, visualization and simulation)
- traditional product and manufacturing (i.e. CAD/CAM, Rapid Prototyping, tooling).
Our graduates are eligible for membership of the Design Institute of Australia (DIA).
Instructions for international applications are available on the International Admissions pages.