BP115 - Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)

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RMIT program code: BP115
Plan name: Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)
Plan code: BP115P04
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 012348F

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2019 Enrolment Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:

  Year One of Program
 
AND  Year Two of the Program
 
AND  Year Three of Program
 
AND  School Options:
 

Your program section code is B115

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Year One of Program

Complete the following Six (6) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Image and Identity24GRAP2630City Campus2929 (B115)
Communication Design Studies12GRAP2199City Campus2928 (B115)
Colour and Information Design12GRAP2275City Campus2925 (B115)
Studio 1 Communication Design24GRAP2639City Campus2986 (B115)
Typography in Design12GRAP2277City Campus2995 (B115)
Introduction to Publication Design12GRAP2278City Campus2984 (B115)
 
AND

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Year Two of the Program

Complete the following Four (4) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Studio 2 Communication Design24YesGRAP2641City Campus2930 (B115)2987 (B115)
Developing Communication Design Expertise12YesGRAP2257City Campus2926 (B115)
Studio 3 Communication Design24YesGRAP2643City Campus2931 (B115)2989 (B115)
Communication Design Professional Practice12YesGRAP2258City Campus2979 (B115)
AND

Complete Two (2) courses in the School Options list that you have not taken or passed already. Please refer to the list of School Option courses at the end of this program structure document.

School Options courses
 
AND

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Year Three of Program

Complete the following Four (4) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Studio 4 Communication Design24YesGRAP2249City Campus2932 (B115)2990 (B115)
Extending Communication Design Expertise12YesGRAP2256City Campus2927 (B115)
Studio 5 Communication Design24YesGRAP2251City Campus2933 (B115)2992 (B115)
Communication Design Capstone Project12YesGRAP2629City Campus2976 (B115)
AND

Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from any:

University Elective
 
AND

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School Options:

School Options:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Advertising Media12GRAP2369City Campus2697 (B219)
Alternative Animation12COMM2213City Campus3083 (B203)3082 (B203)
Art After Videogames12YesVART2964City Campus3099 (B214)
Asian Cinemas12COMM1035City Campus3238 (B221)
Australian Cinema12COMM1033City Campus3241 (B221)
Broadcast Media12COMM2220City Campus3185 (B221)
Client Management12COMM2333City Campus2763 (B219)
Communicating Brand Narrative12COMM2684City Campus2809 (B223)
Contemporary Australian Writing12COMM2392City Campus2746 (B257)
Creative Advertising12GRAP2311City Campus2750 (B219)2683 (B219)
DJs, Digital Rhythms and Dance Cultures12PERF2061City Campus3117 (B047)
Economies Communicated12COMM2408City Campus3244 (B220)
Engaging the Mobile Environment12COMM2416City Campus2655 (W203)2607 (W203)
Exploring Asian Popular Culture12COMM2345City Campus3028 (B222)
Features and Storytelling12YesCOMM2641City Campus3246 (B220)3174 (B220)
Foundations of Public Relations12COMM1161City Campus2811 (B223)2741 (B223)
Game Studies12VART2496City Campus3170 (B214)
Interdisciplinary Communication Project12COMM2324City Campus3037 (B222)
Introduction to Advertising12MKTG1208City Campus2698 (B219)
Introduction to Cinema Studies12COMM1031City Campus3255 (B221)3237 (B221)
Introduction to Graphic Design12GRAP2175City Campus2550 (B115)2980 (B115)
Issues, Risk and Crisis Communication12COMM2688City Campus2742 (B223)
Literary Realism to Post-Modernism12LANG1006City Campus2747 (B257)
Managing a Communication Business12YesCOMM2337City Campus2816 (B223)
Mass Media in Asia12COMM1086City Campus3022 (B222)
Media and Communication Internship12YesCOMM2639City Campus3089 (B222)3038 (B222)
Modern Asia12COMM2138City Campus3091 (B222)
Music in Popular Culture12COMM1081City Campus3169 (B047)
Narrating the Self12COMM2638City Campus2688 (B257)
Networked Media12COMM2219City Campus3259 (B221)
New Media, New Asia12COMM2336City Campus3092 (B222)
Photojournalism12COMM2640City Campus3248 (B220)3177 (B220)
Politics Communicated12COMM2409City Campus3178 (B220)
Pop Culture in Everyday Life12COMM2633City Campus3121 (B047)
Popular Cinema12COMM2632City Campus3247 (B221)
Reading Sex and Race12COMM2634City Campus2689 (B257)
Reading Space and Place12COMM2635City Campus2690 (B257)
Rhetorics & Politics of the Contemporary World12COMM2402City Campus3250 (B220)
Screening Politics and Economies12COMM2636City Campus3179 (B220)
Short Story Writing12GRAP2317City Campus2691 (B257)
Sound Design12COMM2305City Campus3161 (B309)3103 (B309)
Television Cultures12COMM1073City Campus3045 (B047)
Textual Crossings: Literary Adaptation12COMM2637City Campus2749 (B257)
The Play Society12OART1037City Campus3108 (B214)
The Spectacle of Music Video: From MTV to YouTube12PERF2062City Campus3046 (B047)
True Lies : Documentary Studies12COMM1034City Campus3260 (B221)
Typography in Design12GRAP2277City Campus2995 (B115)
Writing for Videogames12COMM2244City Campus3111 (B214)
 

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OR

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