VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN

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Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Communication Design)

The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Communication Design) is a three year degree taught at the Melbourne Burwood Campus.

Deakin’s Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Communication Design) enables you to develop practical and theoretical skills in visual communication design. This course offers a dynamic combination of contemporary design theory with specialised studio practices and practical outcomes in a variety of design disciplines. Deakin’s Visual Communication Design program will give you the opportunity to gain digital technology skills and knowledge for professional practice in a specialised industry vocation or a broader role in the fields of culture and the arts. Final year students are introduced to theoretical knowledge important to positioning their own design practices in a global context. The Visual Communication Design program draws upon the expertise of its staff who are active practitioners in their fields, with industry, visiting, special guest and casual academic staff. Examples of student work.

Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communication)

Graphic Design is offered as a major sequence in Deakin's Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communication)

Deakin's Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communication) is specifically designed to enable you to graduate with a 'multiskilled' qualification appropriate for a rapidly evolving area in which skills, careers and job markets are increasingly transient.

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From 2012 Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Communication Design) course replaces the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Graphic Design).

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