Bachelor of the Built Environment (Interior Architecture)

University of Canberra

This course provides an essential introduction to the field of interior spatial design. In line with the opportunities and constraints generated by a globalised and rapidly changing world, students will explore a mixture of urban environments and public spaces, and will analyse their context in modern society. Students will develop a robust series of creative and critical-thinking skills which will allow them to visualise the potential of interior environments, communicate ideas using digital design software and, ultimately, shape the way humans experience and interact with interior spaces. Successful completion of the course will provide students with the skills and knowledge required to practice as a dynamic, agile and creative interior design professional.

At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Undergraduate
Campus/Location: Canberra
Institution CRICOS: 00212K

Subjects

  • Subjects include: Professional Orientation
  • Pixels and Polygons
  • Analysis Studio
  • Heritage Conservation
  • History and Culture
  • Professional Practice: Work Integrated Learning
  • Design Studio
  • Visual Communication
  • Interior Architecture Technology (Anatomy, Formations, Systems)
  • Interior Architecture Studio (Habitation, Context, Unstable Space). Students may also choose from a wide range of elective breadth majors.

At UC, our degrees focus on developing skills for the real world. UC’s strong emphasis on work-integrated learning provides the practical experience that our students need to be job-ready. With UC located in the national capital of Australia, students also gain access to valuable internships, practical projects and industry networking contacts that will enhance their employability and enable them to gain a competitive edge when they enter the workforce after graduation. As a result, UC graduates have a 90 per cent employment rate and higher starting salaries than the average graduate across Australia (QILT 2017). 

World Ranked

  • Top two per cent of universities in the world (2018 QS World University Rankings)
  • Top 100 young universities worldwide (2017 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings and 2016/17 QS Young University Rankings)
  • Top 100 universities in Asia-Pacific region (2017 Times Higher Education Asia-Pacific University Rankings)
  • Ranked ‘Well above world-standard’ in the fields of ecological applications, environmental science and management research. Ranked ‘above world-standard’ in the fields of genetics, human movement and sport science, nursing and public health and health services research (2015 Excellence in Research Australia)

Our campus

  • Single campus located 10 minutes from the city and within walking distance from cafés, restaurants, a cinema, a shopping centre and beautiful lake.
  • UC has an on-campus medical centre, pharmacy, student-led health clinics, fitness centre and gym, food outlets and cafés, bank, bookshop, post office, childcare facilities and preschool.
  • UC has a full range of facilities including a library, a 24/7 computer lab and wireless access.
  • UC has a diverse community of over 17,500 students, including more than 4500 international students from over 107 countries.
  • UC has guaranteed on-campus accommodation for all international students.
  • UC public hospital will open on campus in 2018.

UC Locations

International students have the option to study some of UC degrees in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and across Queensland.

www.canberra.edu.au/about-uc/campus-locations

Multi-Billion Dollar Campus Development

By 2030, UC campus will be transformed into a series of precincts, focusing on growing national and international partnerships, and transformational research and learning. Developments include an aged care facility, a cancer care centre and an innovation park. These facilities are being integrated into teaching and research, providing exciting new opportunities for the university and surrounding community. The campus development will also provide students with more work-integrated learning opportunities, such as internships and industry projects, than ever before.

Courses

We offer over 300 undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees across a number of study areas including built environment and design, communication and media, education, government and policy, health, information technology, and many more. 

For more information about our courses, visit www.canberra.edu.au/future-students/courses/find-a-course

At University of Canberra, each and every one of our students is important to us. That’s why we have a range of resources and facilities available to all students should they need some help. These include International Student Support Service, multi-faith centre, medical, counselling centre and research students’ office, among many others.

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