You will learn through making and doing, participating in a variety of learning experiences and approaches.
This will include face-to-face studios, collaborative workshops, online forums, seminars, presentations, group discussions, individual consultations and field trips.
Projects and assignments will challenge you to document and analyse case study scenarios, generate innovative solutions to specific problems, speculate on future states, and apply theory to real world situations. Developing innovative concepts, prototyping and research will form the basis of your projects, and will serve as an opportunity for you to research and analyse an issue and apply the knowledge and skills you are developing.
Assessment is an important part of your learning experience. Feedback will give you the opportunity to reflect upon your capabilities and identify opportunities for further learning. As a part of your studies, you will also participate in regular formative feedback sessions to assist you to map your progress and to test, analyse and critique ideas.