News from The University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne launches new Bachelor of Design

The Bachelor of Design commencing 2017

The University of Melbourne is pleased to announce the launch of a new undergraduate degree – available from Semester 1, 2017.

The Bachelor of Design is a three-year studio and workshop based degree that will foster a new generation of design professionals able to address present and future challenges.

The new degree aligns with professionally accredited graduate programs and offers students great flexibility in the form of new majors, minors and an array of unique specialisations.

Majors in the new program include: Architecture, Computing, Construction Management, Civil Systems, Digital Technologies, Graphic Design, Landscape Architecture, Mechanical Systems, Property, Spatial Systems, Urban Planning, and Performance Design.

You can preview the Bachelor of Design.

Bachelor of Environments

The University has also announced a review of its undergraduate environmental study offerings. The review will consider the intersection of arts and sciences in the study of sustainability and the environment and how best to complement its outstanding graduate options in these fields. In 2017 while the review is underway, there will be no first year intake into the Bachelor of Environments.

Studies in the Environment and Sustainability in 2017

If you have an interest in studying the environment and sustainability in 2017, our Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees offer a range of study majors in these areas.

The Bachelor of Science offers majors in Environmental Science, Geography, Civil Systems, Spatial Systems, Agricultural Science, Climate & Weather, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Forest Science, Geology, Marine Biology, Plant Sciences, and many more.

The Bachelor of Arts also offers a major in Geography and a minor in Environmental Studies.

Further Information

For more information on all our undergraduate programs, the areas of study available, entry requirements and prerequisites please visit the course search website.

You can also attend our upcoming Focus On Melbourne course information evenings in May and June. If you are unable to attend your preferred Focus On Melbourne event, you can access recordings of all sessions online via the event website. Don’t forget to save the date for the University’s annual Open Day on Sunday 21 August 2016 to learn more about 2017 study options.