Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments (Interior Design P3H)
This is a three-year, full-time course that prepares graduates for professional practice either as independent designers or within interior design or multi-disciplinary architectural consultancies. Graduates may continue with an Honours year (either by coursework or research) as a pathway to develop more specialised skills or to a research higher degree. Honours (Interior Design) is open to anyone who has completed a recognised course in interior design with a credit average.
Interior Design stands out from the crowd for its holistic and interdisciplinary approach to human centred design within a sustainable framework.
The Interior Design course explores the influence of interior spaces and environments on the ways people live, work and enjoy themselves and will teach you how spatial design promotes positive wellbeing. In addition to core units, you will have the opportunity to pursue special areas of interest through a variety of elective and breadth units. These include ‘live’ design-build community projects, creative entrepreneurship, advanced environmental performance, object and free-form modelling, heritage architecture, and national and international study tours.
Through our globally recognised learning-by-making program, you will develop sustainably sensitive approaches and the capacity to make a difference to people’s lives – changing their lives from within.
Students who complete the Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments (Interior Design) are eligible for professional membership of the Design Institute of Australia (DIA). The Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments (Interior Design) is recognised by the DIA.
The Interior Design program is a full member of the Interior Design / Interior Architecture Educators Assoication (IDEA) and is affiliated through IDEA with the International Federation of Interior Architects / Designers (IFI).