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Design and Technology Education Major  

This Major requires students to complete 180 credit points, and has been designed for students who become teachers of Design and Technology in schools. The major provides a strong theoretical foundation for the study and practice of design across a variety of media and technologies. The focus of the study is on materials and systems designs within the context of contemporary technologies.

This unit set is available on Mt Lawley Campus.
This unit set is available in the following mode of delivery - On-campus.
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Students must complete 10 Major Content Study units and 2 Curriculum Major units.
Major Content Study Units
DTM1104 Materials Design and Technology 1 15
DTM1105 Materials Design and Technology 2 15
DTM2104 Materials Design and Technology 3 15
DTM2105 Materials Design and Technology 4 15
DTC3101 Visual Communication and Design 2 15
DTM2201 Materials Technology 4 15
DEN3101 Engineering Design 1 15
DEN3102 Engineering Design 2 15
DTS3102 Systems Design 2 15
CUR4210 Curriculum Enrichment for the Major Secondary Specialisation 15
Curriculum Major Units
DTE2110 Design and Technology Education 1 15
DTE3110 Design and Technology Education 2 15
NOTE: Students should strictly adhere to the Course Plan for Design and Technology Education to ensure that they complete their units in the correct semester of study.

Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2012 VET: 15/03/2012