This course has been discontinued - this course is closed for new enrolments, the information on this page is provided for continuing students.
The Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) (Honours) produces imaginative and advanced communication designers and researchers. Students gain high-end strategic and critical thinking skills informed by the latest research, equipping them with the ability to create powerful, innovative and refined design solutions to meet the needs of the communication design industry. In addition, students are mentored by experts via industry-focused workshops and afforded the opportunity to build strong industry networks through an embedded industry placement component, work in the Swinburne Design Factory, or participation in industry projects. Through the University's strong links with the design industry, graduates are well placed to seek employment in advanced areas of communication design.
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- Semester 1 - 2 March 2020
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Faculty of Health, Arts and Design
No ‘trucking around’ for Comm Design students.
When it comes to road safety, third-year Swinburne Communication Design (Honours) students Grace Kirby, Charlotte Hicks and Caitlin Preyser are driving positive change.
The trio’s clever campaign for encouraging the safe interaction of younger road users with trucks scored them the top prize of $6,000 in the Re:act competition. Now they’re taking it even further.
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