College of Design and Social Context
The College of Design and Social Context (DSC) incorporates the fields of art, communication, design, education, humanities, property and social sciences.
Our programs are dedicated to student creativity, and engage in new forms of intellectual and cultural activity. Studies are designed specifically to meet the personal, professional and vocational needs of the student with a focus on academic excellence and employment outcomes.
The College’s seven schools encompass RMIT’s art, communication, design, education, humanities, property and social science discipline areas.About the College of Design and Social Context
Schools and groups
The College of Design and Social Context encompasses RMIT University’s art, communication, design, education, construction, property, humanities, and social science discipline areas.School and groups
Learning and teaching
We aim to be proactive, to take up the challenge and to realise the highest standards in learning and teaching and academic administration expertise, services and support.Learning and Teaching
The College Research and Innovation office encourages research collaborations within and across disciplinary and academic administrative boundaries.Research in Design and Social Context
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