Associate Degree of UX and Web Design
Craft compelling interactive experiences for web, mobile and socials
Study UX online with creative academic leaders in this DIA-recognised course. You’ll combine practical coding and digital media skills. Use design thinking and consider human needs and behaviours. Help customers interact with products and services.
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At Torrens University Australia you can tailor your study to suit your lifestyle. Thanks to their innovative digital learning system you’ll gain the ultimate in flexibility, and still receive personalised guidance from academics and access to work placement, mentorship and internship opportunities. Online you can attend live classes or view recorded sessions, connect with lecturers and fellow students, and access content on-demand 24/7.
Learn more about Torrens.
As one of Australia’s fastest growing universities, we take a progressive approach to learning. Our courses are co-designed, developed and delivered with industry, giving you confidence that you’ll graduate job-ready. During this course you will:
- Cover the theory and practice of contemporary UX Design.
- Learn through front-end development coding practices to boost your skill set immediately.
- Craft compelling interactive experiences for web, mobile and social media.
- Strengthen your design, scripting and development skills by consistently producing work.
- Develop strategic thinking skills to approach problems from different perspectives.
The Associate Degree of UX and Web Design is designed to provide graduates with a broad range of theoretical and technical base of UX and web design knowledge and skills, complemented with specialist expertise in one or more areas, for Associate Degree graduate-level employment in web and UX design roles including: Potential career paths include:
- Digital designer
- Front-end developer
- Front-end designer
- Graphic designer (digital agency)
- Information architect
- Interaction designer
- Interactive media designer
- User experience designer
- User interface designer
- Web designer
- Web developer
Torrens University Australia offers flexible entry options and study pathways, whether you’re finishing school, pursuing career progression or looking for a change. Entry requirements for this course includes:
- Successful completion of a Higher Education qualification.
- Year 12 (Australian secondary school certificate) or equivalent.
- Successful completion of a Vocational qualification (AQF Level 4), or above.
Work and Life
- Work life experience demonstrating the ability to undertake study at the required level.
English Proficiency Requirements
Standard English language requirements apply.
Visit our admissions centre for more information: https://www.torrens.edu.au/how-to-apply/admissions-criteria
Don’t meet the entry requirements? We have numerous pathway programs to get you started. Contact our Future Student Advisors to learn about alternative entry options.
This course provides graduates with knowledge and skills in web-based design and development specialising in UX and web and dynamic media, incorporating user experience design and theory, suitable for a broad range of UX and web design-related sectors and employment opportunities. The Associate Degree of UX and Web Design interweaves the acquisition of practical coding and digital media skills with the study of human-computer interaction, user behaviour, user experience and user psychology, along with information and media theory, and the study of professional practice in UX and web design workplaces.
Tailor your study to your lifestyle thanks to our innovative digital learning system, accessible from anywhere with 24/7 personalised support. With all your course materials online, and the option to study full or part time, on-campus, online or a blend of both it's all about flexibility.
Course duration: 2 years full time, 4 years part time
Recommended Study Pattern
The course structure comprises six common core subjects, eight specialised and two elective subjects over Levels 100 and 200, as follows:
- Level 100: three common core subjects; four specialised subjects; one elective subject
- Level 200: three common core subjects; four specialised subjects; one elective subject
Electives available to students may be chosen from the elective bank or can be taken from any Torrens University course at the appropriate level with approval from the Program Director (or delegate).