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Interior Design Specialisations encompass a wide spectrum of professional and academic learning activities in which interior designers engage. This range of subject offerings allows students to undertake design projects of a specialised nature in the field of interior design.
Classes operate from a very explicit practice orientated background and are taught by practitioners with a specific design expertise in the course they teach. They not only reflect the conventional domains of interior designers, but also question and extend the potential of the interior design practice within profession and academy through experimentation.
The broad variety of Interior Design Specialisations offerings provides the opportunity for students to develop their own individual design profile and to position themselves in relation to particular areas of interior design practice. Through independent and collaborative project work it allows students to undertake research through design; adapt and test ideas; and develop and execute concepts in a projectbased environment.
This course includes a work integrated learning experience in which the students knowledge and skills will be applied and assessed in a real or simulated workplace
context, projects and placements, and where feedback from industry and/ or community is integral to their experience.