Industrial design is a multi-disciplinary field of study, which has a goal to create and object production. This can be done in combination with engineering and art fields. Industrial design study field aims to develop concepts and specifications of products and systems, optimize functionality, to improve appearance, which provide value and other benefits for users and manufacturers. Industrial designers must not only look into product functionality and appearance, but also they have to ensure user attractiveness and satisfaction of the product.
This Housing Practice MA course allows you to fulfil the professional requirements for membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing. The Housing Practice programme is a professionally-oriented programme that examines both theoretical and practical issues relevant to housing policy.
The Building Information Management (BIM) philosophy reflects not just the changing nature of project delivery, which is increasingly digital, multi-disciplinary and integrated, but also the demand from governments and clients for greater efficiencies on construction projects. These efficiencies can be gained from more accurate prototyping, simulation, costing, planning, design, production and operation, and will be an output of sound information management and data input to BIM software.
This MSc course builds on your diploma studies and provides you with the opportunity to carry out an investigation into an aspect of systems thinking that is of personal or professional interest to you or conduct a more academic in-depth research project. Both routes will enable you to extend your knowledge of recent research in your chosen area and become competent in relevant research methods. It will also develop your capability to plan, organise and carry out an extended independent study at masters level.
Graduate program in Industrial Design - During this 18 month program, students will be trained to become professionals thanks to project-based pedagogy; industrial partnerships, a strong emphasis on all representation techniques.
The aim of the program is preparing Masters of Science in Civil Engineering with high-level of knowledge in the field of management and organization construction projects, design of buildings and structures. Upon graduation participants will have acquired the knowledge and skills needed for a future successful career in construction.
The programme will explore the challenges in tackling environmental and interrelated socio-economic concerns in the extractive industries. Addressing the growing need for community-level specialists in the mining and petroleum sectors, the course will provide an analytically rigorous but broad understanding of the global extractive industries agenda.
The Master of Property has been designed to provide relevant learning outcomes and flexibility by being delivered entirely online.
Before 2008 in Australia, registration as an architect was based on a Bachelor of Architecture, which at many universities was undertaken as a 3+2 double bachelor program. After 2008, registration as an architect in Australia required a Master of Architecture.