We have developed our new specification in response to your feedback.
The specification is more relevant and engaging with updated content reflecting the latest developments including new media practice.
The specification includes a range of subject areas.
Graduates from the Graphic Design course could expect to find employment opportunities primarily in the following areas:
- Art and design
- Applied Art
- Fine Art
- Graphic Communication
- Textile Design
- Three-Dimensional design
Art and design
A broad course in which students can explore and develop ideas associated with two or more of the endorsements.
Students can develop ideas and explore practical outcomes by responding to project briefs which reflect a vocational, client-orientated context.
Students can select from a range of study areas within fine art including painting and drawing, sculpture and mixed media including collage and assemblage.
Students can select from a range of study areas within graphic communications including advertising, animation, design for print and digital media.
Photography: lens-based and light-based media
Students can select from a range of study areas within photography including portraiture, landscape or still life photography and documentary photography.
Students can select from a range of study areas within textile design including printed and/or dyed materials, domestic textiles, fashion and/or costume.
Students can select from a range of study areas within three-dimensional design including ceramics, sculpture and jewellery/body adornment.
Minimum 17 years (NZ & Aust) 18 years (International)
You should have a design/art background and basic computer knowledge. No previous experience with graphical software is required, but knowledge of Photoshop is helpful.
Relevant visual work such as drawings, digital images, designs or photography.