Be equipped with the creative, technical skills and and insights to rise to future design challenges
This ground-breaking degree will give you a chance to redirect, challenge and rethink traditional processes and procedures in the design industry.
It will prepare you for a career as a commercial designer, innovator and design leader. You will learn from a combination of practical training and theory, and create designs that take into account social and environmental concerns and are up to date with the latest design practices.
Graphic and communication design
Develop creative design skills in graphic and communication design, including print and corporate design, publishing and packaging, advertising and marketing, as well as printing for industry, art direction and styling, typography, signage and illustration.
Interior design and environments
Develop skills in observing, measuring and designing interior spaces in built environments, including institutional, commercial and domestic spaces.
Product and 3D design
Develop an understanding of the fabrication of products in the context of Sustainability, and learn how to eliminate the need for disposable products and create products that last longer and are repairable. Learn about 3D design and printing for complex products and the use of computer-aided design in manufacture.
Visualisation has many applications, from architectural and urban planning, scientific and medical visualisation, to the visualisation of information, data and products. Develop specialist software skills, offering opportunities in visualisation, post-production, video production and motion graphics.
Become a cutting-edge creative in the field of your choice
Join a thriving community of designers, artists, animators, photographers and filmmakers
Graduates from the QCA can expect to follow a wide range of career paths in strategic design, product design, interior and furniture design, design management, creative industries, digital design, publishing and broadcasting, branding and advertising, e-commerce, journalism, event management, curating and cultural planning.