The learning and teaching approach of this degree emulates how you would work in a commercial design studio.
Through practical hands-on studios, lectures, workshops, presentation and group discussions, teachers will treat you as though you are an assistant designer.
Over the course of the degree, you will interact and undertake live design projects from non-profit community projects to national and international furniture companies.
The curriculum has been designed to enable you to learn using traditional design and manufacturing methodologies with modern and industry-standard equipment, such as 3D printers, CNC machine to standard hand power tools.
When studying digital manufacturing and prototyping, you will use CAD and CNC software such as AutoCAD, Solidworks, and BiesseWorks. You will be encouraged to use visual language to market yourself through physical and digital media using Adobe Creative Suite for visualisation and presentation techniques.
You will be assessed throughout each semester via reports, verbal and visual design presentations, group projects, research and practical assignments.