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Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Graphic Design (3+0)

Arts and DesignLimkokwing University
Undergraduate
3 years

This dynamic and forward-looking graphic course is focused on innovation and exploration, giving you the knowledge and skills you need to thrive in today’s design industry. You will study the latest design techniques and learn how to research and respond to developments in culture, concepts and technology. With access to professional tools and software, you’ll have the creative freedom to experiment and push the boundaries of the discipline, encouraging you to innovate. You will explore a wide range of visual communication and graphic design activities, and build up your professional portfolio and real-world experience on live projects and briefs, thanks to plentiful work experience opportunities in the industry and our business accelerators. Industry Focus: The course has a long history of producing award-winning students and graduates, and you will gain industry experience on live briefs from organizations such as D&AD, the RSA and NYC. The course team will competitions, and you’ll have access to guest speakers.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Landscape Architecture

EngineeringLimkokwing University
Undergraduate
4 years

A recent report by a national publication called landscape architecture a “hot-track profession.” Not only is nearly every landscape architecture student assured of a job when he or she graduates, it is likely that several offers might be on the table. The best landscape architects care deeply about the health and well-being of people and cultures. They want to ensure that development does not damage environmental and cultural integrity. They like to use products and materials that will have as few impacts on the environment as possible. Landscape architects take steps to forecast what the long-term impacts of a project will be. There is a wide range of opportunities for landscape architects. Landscape architects work on a variety of projects such as the development of open spaces, waterfront improvement projects, recreation areas like golf courses, theme parks and public playgrounds, or such of preservation project like wildlife refuges, zoos, and transportation systems such as street and highway beautification. Increasingly, landscape architects work in environmental remediation, such as preservation and restoration of wetlands. Historic landscape preservation and restoration is another area where landscape architects increasingly play a role. Lastly, landscape architects never stop learning. They seek constant improvement in knowledge, abilities, and skills to more effectively achieve sustainable development. As they learn, landscape architects actively engage in creating awareness of sustainable development among clients, government, academia, students, and the public at large.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Urban Planning & Design

EngineeringLimkokwing University
Undergraduate
3 years

Urban planning and design is a professional discipline that explores several aspects of the built and social environments of cities and communities anticipating how the city will function and how it will look as it develops (or redevelops) in the future. Urban planning aspects takes into consideration the technical and political process concerned with the welfare of people, control of the use of land, transportation and communication networks, and protection and enhancement of the city environment. The design aspects responds to changes of the technology as well as construction that deals with the look and aesthetic details of urban places and spaces. These designed spaces creates sense of place, character and give meanings to the city as well as becomes the platform for social interactions that enriches the quality of life for the people, vital not only for the growth of the nation, but also in making a livable and sustainable nation. The student's journey in this course starts with the fundamentals on Urban Planning as well as fundamentals of design principles followed by a thorough training on every discipline involved in this field. Modules of study are centered on the planning, conservation and heritage, policy and planning law as well as landscape. Ultimately, the student will be equipped with a holistic understanding of the basic knowledge and operational skills necessary for achieving sustainable urban planning and design, their environments, facilities and support services.

Creative Technology is all about combining modern theory with relevant practical skills. Through advance technique this program is designed to the critical thinking process, as well as visual literacy in evaluating and understanding images and their implementations. In addition to this, it equips students aesthetically, technically and professionally for a future in photography. In other words, this program will develop your understanding of contemporary skills, methodologies and processes relevant to producing creative work across the disciplines of visual arts, contemporary editorial art and journalism, digital imaging, visual communication techniques and integrating areas that are particularly valuable to those considering a professional photographic career. BA (Hons) of Creative Imaging in Digital Photography will prepare you to becomes a successful creative thinker, business people and highly valued employees. In this course it also emphasizes on the originality of photography, self-expression, creative thinking and experimentation within the discipline of photography. Therefore, it focuses on creative image making while also exposing and experimenting technical skills, which can be applied in the commercial field. The aims are structured to provide students with the skill and understanding to enable them to create images that will stand out among the abundance of photographs in the commercial, editorial of fine art arenas.

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture

EngineeringLimkokwing University
Undergraduate
3 years

The scope of work in interior design has expanded tremendously. As the built environment of the present day has grown in complexity and diversity, the realm of the interior has become a profession in its own right. While an interior designer works alongside other consultant such as architects, engineers and construction managers, in many cases today projects are handled independently by a new breed of professionals: interior architects. These are creative professionals who do not only plan and design public, commercial, recreational, institutional and domestic buildings, but are also responsible for and qualified in the management of the implementation of such projects. These projects help Interior Architecture students to develop an understanding of the relationship between architecture, interiors, engineering and project management. Students will also learn to solve pragmatic problems related to interior spaces and build up a sound knowledge of construction as well as technical issues.

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