Bachelor of Design with Honours (Spatial Design)
- 课程级别：学士学位/Bachelor's Degree（7级）
- 学费：$30,780 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Wellington Campus
- IELTS score of 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)
- TOEFL iBT score of 80 overall (min 19 in Writing)
- PTE Academic score of 50 Overall (min 42 in communicative skills)
- Cambridge English score of 170
From the design of a home interior, a public building or a mode of transport to an exhibition stand, a theatre set or a virtual world, spatial designers have myriad opportunities at their fingertips. Let your imagination soar.
What is it Like?
Spatial design is a relatively new discipline that is all about how people experience spaces. It intersects with the more traditional design fields of architecture, landscape design, interior design, urban design and environmental design.
People inhabit the world in many ways, but we all have spaces where we live, work, play, relax, perform, gather, learn, heal, and celebrate. Once you start thinking about it, you’ll notice how much the design of spaces affects how you feel, how you act, and how you interact with others : Does the layout of your local hospital make you feel reassured or stressed? Do you find you want to linger in some cafes but not in others? Does an office space make it easy and natural for people to get together? Do the views on a walk surprise and delight you because someone has thought carefully about the experience?
Spatial design can improve the standard and quality of our lives, enrich our culture and national identity, and strongly contribute to business success. In spatial design studio courses, students learn to design for a host of spaces: private, public, retail, event, work, game, furnishing, experience, display, interface and performance. You learn to use the latest technologies and approaches to design spaces at the required scale, from the big picture (eg urban planning) to the fine detail of construction and materials.
Spatial design develops both the practical skills and understanding required for careers in professional design. Most Massey spatial design graduates work in architectural or interior design practices, but we also have graduates in urban planning, landscape design, the web, performance design, exhibition design, advertising, theatre, installation, events, government departments, and magazine editing. You may also continue to postgraduate studies to further develop your design abilities, knowledge, research interests, and skills.
The degree is made up of separate courses, the size of which is defined by the credit value. In the first year you’ll take eight 15-credit courses, making a total of 120 credits. You should aim for 60 credits per semester and make sure you include courses that are prerequisites for the next level of courses you wish to study. To complete your degree you will need a total of 480 credits, which corresponds to four years of full-time study. The Bachelor of Design with Honours is the best preparation for becoming a well-rounded designer, whatever your chosen field of practice. Regardless of what major you choose, your degree has the same basic structure.
We are looking for creative, enthusiastic and dedicated students who demonstrate skill and passion for design and the visual arts. There are no required school subjects, but students who do well in NCEA Level 2 art, design or technology (or equivalent) may get automatic entry without having to submit a portfolio. The requirements for automatic entry are: NCEA Level 2 with Excellence, including an excellence endorsement in an approved art, design or technology subject.
English language requirements:
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