Course code: #5720
The Master of Design (MDes) at Griffith explores 21st-century creative practices suited to current or emerging designers who wish to complement their existing skills with concepts, strategies, and technologies to solve complex problems in business, government and communities.
It allows students to advance their skills and knowledge of design context and processes in multiple areas, including experience design, design thinking, emerging design futures and business and professional practice.
These courses are complimented by a range of practical/making courses in visual communication, prototyping, still/moving images and interactive design.
The program allows a broad range of disciplines (design and non-design) to upskill and build upon contemporary practices relevant to all designers and equip them with the knowledge base to pursue a major design research project.
They will gain research and critical thinking skills, which will be deployed in a major design project in the program's second year.
Graduates will be prepared for practice-led work and/or design strategy and leadership in macro, micro and freelance scenarios.
The Master of Design offers a range of different durations depending on your previous studies:
|If you have:||You may be eligible to complete this program in:|
|Bachelor, related discipline|
Bachelor Honours, non-related discipline
Graduate Certificate in Design
|1.5 years full-time or part-time equivalent (with 40 credit points of advanced standing)|
|Bachelor Honours, related discipline|
Graduate Diploma of Design
|1 year full-time or part-time equivalent (with 80 credit points of advanced standing)|
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,980|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$9,200|
Suppose you do not meet the University's specified English language requirements.
In that case, you may wish to contact the Griffith English Language Institute to increase your eligibility for entering a Griffith University program.
The duration of your English study will vary depending on your current level of English.
|IELTS Entry requirement||TOFEL Entry requirement||PTE Entry requirement||Weeks|
|6.0 (no sub score < 5.5)||71 (W19, L,R,S 17)||50 (no comm skill < 42)||10|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0, W 5.5)||52 (W17,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36, W42)||20|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0)||52 (W,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36)||25|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5, W 5.0)||40 (W15,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30, W36)||30|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5)||40 (W,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30)||35|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0, W 4.5)||33 (W13,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29, W30)||40|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0)||33 (W,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29)||45|
|4.0 or lower||32 or lower||29 or lower||Over 45|
If you do not meet the academic entry criteria, you may be able to study the Masters Qualifying Program (9354) and qualify for entry into this Master's degree.
To be eligible for admission to the Master of Design, applicants must:
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