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Faculty of Design and Environment

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Product Design

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Product Design

Programme Structure

This is a credit-based programme, which students will normally complete over 4 years (in 8 semesters).  Students are required to take 132 credit points with modules shown below and an Industrial Attachment module for work-integrated learning. To encourage lifelong learning in general and to provide students with greater flexibility, the programme will be offered through a credit-based module accumulation system with a multi-entry and multi-exit structure.

 Year 1  Year 2
  • Products, Styles & Brands
  • Product Design Masters
  • History of Art
  • Visual Perception and Drawing
  • Design Communication & Processes
  • Form, Structure & Function
  • Materials & Fabrication Processes
  • Digital Visualisation & Sketching
  • GE Core Module: English for Academic Studies 1
  • GE Core Module: Chinese 1
  • GE Core Module: Creativity & Innovation in Society
  • Design Processes & Lifestyle Products

  • Interior Products Design

  • Surface Modeling & Presentation

  • Solid Modeling & Prototyping

  • Design History

  • User Experience Design

  • Programme Elective 1

  • Programme Elective 2

  • GE Elective Module 1

  • GE Core Module: Technology, Society & Work

  • GE Core Module: Entrepreneurial Mindset

Remark: Students are required to take the Work-integrated Learning module upon completion of the Year-1 curriculum.

 Year 3  Year 4
  • Emerging Technology & Trends

  • Product Opportunity and Strategy

  • Production & Portfolio: Product Redesign

  • Dissertation

  • Programme Elective 3

  • GE Core Module: English for Academic Studies 2

  • GE Core Module: English for Professional Purposes

  • GE Core Module: Chinese 2

  • GE Elective Module 2
  • Contemporary & Future Contexts in Product Design

  • Design for Human & Environment

  • Major Design Project 1: Contextual Research & Analysis

  • Design Management & Entrepreneurship

  • Major Design Project 2: Development & Realisation

  • Programme Elective 4

  • GE Elective Module 3

  • GE Elective Module 4