Program Principles

Andrea ChesterUncategorizedLeave a Comment

RMIT has released a set of Program Design Principles, listed below:

  1. The student experience is transformative
  2. Programs are coherent experiences
  3. Assessments are authentic and driven by learning objectives
  4. Learning activities have purpose
  5. Learning resources are relevant and up-to-date/contemporary
  6. Technology tools enable best-in-class blended learning experiences
  7. Industry relevance and contemporary practice are central
  8. Social interactions are integral and designed for learning

These principles are the foundation for the Student Area of Focus in 2019 and will guide L&T work across the University. Programs selected for the 2019 Areas of Focus will work closely with these principles.

The 15 DSC programs (the Fabulous 15) selected for the 2019 Student Area of Focus are listed below:

A+UD AD022 Ass Deg in Graphic Design Annette Cook
A+UD MC251 Master of Disaster Design and Development Judy Rogers
Art BP201 B Arts (Fine Art) Mark Edgoose
Art MC266 M Fine Art Michael Graeve
Design BP115 B Design (CommunicationDesign) Toni Roberts
Design BP309 B Design (Digital Media) Li Ping Thong
SoEd MC220 M Teaching Practice (Secondary) Alison Lugg
SoEd GC044 Grad Cert Careers Ed and Development Michael Hastings
F&T MC213 M Fashion Entrepreneurship Carol Tan
GUSS BP048 B Arts (International Studies) Elizabeth Kath
GUSS BP204 B Legal & Dispute Studies Peta Malins
M&C BP221 B Comm (Media) Daniel Binns
M&C MC248 M Communication Jenny Robinson
PCPM MC210 M Project Management Tiendung Le
PCPM MC212 M Property Judith Callanan (acting)

Leave a Reply