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Graphic and Design Studies
Graphic and Design Studies not elsewhere classified
Not supplied by Institute
Minimum Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
Additional Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
Graduates of this programme will be able to:
Create and evaluate aesthetic digital or physical artefacts that demonstrate professional technical facility, understanding of visual organisation, interaction and narrative principles, and critical awareness of the physical, cognitive, cultural and social human factors that shape design decisions;
. Analyse, challenge, experiment the synthesise concepts, principles, contexts, media, and/or technologies from across design disciplines to develop, assess and revive creative responses to briefs and initiate opportunities for self-learning;
. Evaluate, debate and revise design decisions, methods and philosophies in a coherent , structures, constructive and persuasive manner both verbally and in written form, as well as format and present information according to professional and academic conventions; . Independently research, assess, learn, apply, speculate and report on new and emerging concepts, contexts, processes, technologies, media and/or markets within their field
. Synthesise knowledge and skills to independently or collaboratively formulate, implement, record, assess, revise and present research projects addressing critical contexts related to their professional domain.
. NCEA University Entrance or equivalent CIE/IB grades, OR
. Successfully completed a Media Design School Qualification, Level 5 or higher, OR
. Discretionary entrance, where the applicant has signafant art and design skills and experience, PLUS
. Evidence of creative abilities via Portfolio of work
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Total Enrolments for Bachelor of Media Design for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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