In the Visual Communication Honours degree, students challenge the conventional positioning of visual communication design and re-imagine it, not simply as a strategy for conveying messages, but as a distinct way of investigating contemporary issues. Students employ a range of research methods to both interrogate and creatively respond to a research theme. Students have the opportunity to challenge the material boundaries associated with professional visual communication practice by working with emerging digital technologies and new material processes alongside more established methods of production. With a focus on qualitative and practice-led research approaches, the honours degree prepares students for future professional design practice and/or postgraduate study.

Teaching staff: Zoe Sadokierski, Andrew Burrell, Monica Monin, Gabe Clark, Jacqueline Lorber Kasunic, Jesse Adams Stein, Aaron Seymour.