Masters degree provides a mastery or high-order overview of interior design.
Graduates of a Masters degree possess a range of academic and vocational
attributes such as:
Advanced knowledge of a specialist body of theoretical
and applied topics.
High order skills in analysis, critical evaluation and/or
professional application through the planning and execution of project work or
a piece of scholarship or research.
Creativity and flexibility in the application
of knowledge and skills to new situations; and
the ability to solve complex
problems and think rigorously and independently.
There are a range
of pathways to the Masters degree, with entry based on evidence of a capacity
to undertake higher degree studies in the interior design field.
programs and entry pathways are:
The coursework Masters degree program,
comprised of coursework, project work and research in varying combinations with
entry from a Bachelor degree, a Bachelor Honours degree or a Graduate Diploma.
The research Masters degree program, comprised of at least two-thirds research
with a substantial, often externally assessed thesis outcome and with entry from
a Bachelor Honours degree or Masters preliminary year, a research-based Graduate
Diploma or equivalent research experience.
The professional Masters degree
program, which may involve a work-based project, with entry from a relevant qualification
and professional experience or extensive relevant professional experience.
Most Masters degrees require the equivalent of two years of study post the three
year Bachelor degree or one year of study post the Bachelor Honours degree or
four year (or longer) Bachelor degree
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