Study a Bachelor of Interior Design (Commercial) and help brands connect with their customers by creating immersive and unique environments.

The Bachelor of Interior Design (Commercial) gives you the skills and creativity to respond and adapt to the ever-changing drivers of commercial environments such as retail stores and exhibitions, hotels, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, workspaces and even the design of online virtual commercial environments.

Throughout your study, you will engage with the theoretical and practical elements of commercial interiors – branding, lighting, sustainability and materiality. You will discover how commercial interior design strategies are developed and assessed and explore how commercial interiors can engage an audience. You will make commercial environments a reality through documentation, contract management, professional design practice and cross-disciplinary interaction. You will also have the opportunity to apply theory to practice by creating a range of commercial interior design solutions for real clients.

Graduate with the valuable skills to create state-of-the-art commercial interiors. Digital technology is a strong focus of this course, as not only will you engage with contemporary theory, but also learn how to represent spatial environments, and communicate information relevant to designing, costing, evaluating, and constructing commercial interiors using industry standard software. You can also apply for an internship with one of our industry partners giving you real-world experience, key contacts in the interior design industry and material for your professional portfolio.

This course is available as a full-time or part-time study on our campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

KEY STUDY OUTCOMES:

  • Skills to work with the ever-changing drivers of commercial environments
  • Theoretical and practical elements of commercial interiors
  • Make commercial environments a reality
  • Understanding of spatial environments
  • Industry standard software skills
  • Industry standard software skills

Admissions criteria

GENERAL ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

Year 12 equivalent to ATAR 60.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

This course is open for the international student to apply. Please see entry requirements for more information.

Approved English tests include:

  • IELTS 6.0, with no subscore less than 5.5

CREATIVE ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

If you do not meet the ATAR requirements, you can apply through Special Entry;

Demonstrated ability to undertake study at this level:

  • Work experience, and/or other formal, informal or non-formal study attempted and/or completed, OR
  • Design portfolio (6-10 pieces of original creative work)

Workload and assessment

NO. OF TIMETABLED HOURS PER WEEK:

Each subject involves 10 hours of study per week, comprising 3 timetabled study hours and 7 personal study hours (which may include a facilitated online component).

TYPICAL ASSESSMENT INCLUDES:

  • Practical assignments
  • Research projects
  • Presentations

Career opportunities

  • Commercial interior designer
  • Resort designer
  • Brand strategist
  • Furniture and joinery designer
  • Retail designer
  • Branded environment designer
  • Restaurant designer
  • Commercial design journalist and editor
  • Innovative workplace designer
Program taught in:
  • English

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