#interior design courses
In our interior design courses, you’ll work for real projects and real clients, and solve real issues in a studio-based setting. Your studies will be supported by new digital technologies, well-equipped workshops and design studios.
You’ll conceptualise and develop your designs using models, full-scale material constructs and digital animations. Our design fabrication labs provide a space for hands-on design prototyping – from models to full-scale material constructs and digital animations.
You’ll learn to create environments – including custom-designed furniture – by considering purpose, efficiency, safety and aesthetics.
Get experience working as part of a team of industry professionals that may include architects, builders, project managers, engineering consultants, shopfitters, cabinet makers, furniture suppliers and material suppliers.
Diversify your study
Our internationally recognised Bachelor of Design (Honours) (Interior Design) integrates design with social and environmental issues. You can diversify your study with minors or a second major, giving you further career options.
Our Work Integrated Learning program also lets you combine professional workplace practice with academic learning.
Learn from the best
Our lecturers and tutors are award-winning practitioners who work in interior design. They incorporate their industry experience to teach you the knowledge and skills you require to graduate as an employable designer. We also use their connections to promote your work in public settings.
You’ll collaborate with the professional design community through public lectures, student-run exhibitions, and off-campus and international study tours to European design capitals, including Italy, Switzerland, Germany and France.
Pathways to postgraduate study
Turn your creative interests and professional expertise into a postgraduate research degree to master new techniques, skills and research methods. Complete your research as either a thesis or a practical industry-focused creative work, with a written component.
Our graduates are in high demand in multidisciplinary firms in:
- the design and construction industries
- theatre and exhibition design (particularly galleries and museums)
- interaction design
- gaming and virtual environments.
Our graduates work both independently and in small and large practices. Others work in multidisciplinary firms that specialise in large-scale and complex architectural projects, both locally and internationally.
Graduates qualify for associate membership of the Design Institute of Australia. The course is an educational member of the Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association of Australia and New Zealand.