Bachelor of Visual Communication Design (Honours) 1 Schedule
This schedule will be under review in 2013.
Faculty of Science and Information Technology
1. A candidate may undertake the degree in one of the specialisations approved by the Academic Senate on the recommendation of the Pro Vice-Chancellor.
Admission to Candidature
2. To be eligible for admission to candidature an applicant in a specialisation other than Wildlife Illustration shall have satisfied the requirements for admission to an ordinary degree of the University or other relevant award at a standard approved for this purpose by the Pro Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of School, with a major study in the nominated area of specialisation.
3. The Pro Vice-Chancellor may require that an applicant present at interview a portfolio of artwork relevant to the proposed area of study.
4. An applicant for admission to candidature in the Wildlife Illustration specialisation shall:
(a) have satisfied requirements for admission to a relevant degree at a standard approved for this purpose by the Pro Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of School, with specialisation in drawing, graphics, painting, printmaking, photography or wildlife illustration; or
(b) have satisfied requirements for admission to a Bachelor of Science degree at a level approved by the Pro Vice-Chancellor; and
(c) present at interview a substantial portfolio of artwork relevant to the proposed area of study and a written statement explaining the proposed program of study.
Ranking for Selection
5. In the event that places in the program are limited, candidates shall be admitted on the basis of academic merit (subject to a satisfactory portfolio assessment where applicable).
Qualification for the Degree
6. To qualify for admission to the degree a candidate shall pass a program of study approved by the Academic Senate totalling 80 units at 4000 level.
7. The Pro Vice-Chancellor may grant credit to a candidate of up to 40 units for work completed in the Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours).
Classes of Honours
8. There shall be three classes of Honours, namely Class I, Class II and Class III. Class II shall have two divisions, namely Division 1 and Division 2.
1 The title of this award changed from Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) (Honours) with effect from Semester 1, 2006.
|Date for Review||30 October 2013|
Notification added that this schedule will be under review in 2013, Governance and Policy, 30 October 2012.