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SCHOOL OF DESIGN TIMETABLE 2010 [M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday]

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Bachelor of Design Innovation (BDI) Always confirm timetable using the on-line VUW Course Catalogue, as changes occur: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/home/study/subjects/coursecatalogue.aspx

CORE COURSES

First Year BDI (Typical course load = four 15pt courses per trimester) First Trimester DSDN 101 Design Visualisation (15 pts) Lee Gibson

Second Trimester DSDN 141 Experimenting with Materials (15 pts)

Core for all BDI specialisations

Core only for Industrial and Media specialisations

Lecture: M 12:40-13:30 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: M/R 8:30-10:20 or (B) Studio: M/R 10:30-12:20

VSLT1 / LT2

Lecture: M/W 8:30-9:20 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio A: W 9:30-12:20 or (B) Studio B: W 12:40-15:30

WIG101 WIG101

VSLT1/2 WIG101, VS001 WIG101, VS001

DSDN 111 Ideas & Principles of Design (15 pts) Lee Gibson

DSDN 171 A History of Design Ideas (15 pts)

Core for all BDI specialisations

Core for all BDI specialisations

Lecture: W 8:30-9:20 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: T/F 8:30-10:20 or (B) Studio: T/F10:30-12:20

VSLT1 / LT2 WIG101 WIG101

DSDN 142 Creative Coding (15 pts)

Angela Blachnitzky

Core only for Media specialisation

Lecture: W 9:30-10:20 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: TF 13:40-15:30 (B) Studio: TF 13:40-15:30 (C) Studio: TF 13:40-15:30

VS LT1

DSDN 104 Digital Creation (15 pts)

Lee Gibson

Core only for Industrial specialisation

Georgio Saltos

Lecture: M 16:40-17:30 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: M/R 13:40-16:30 or (B) Studio: T/F 15:40-18:30 or (C) Studio: T/F 15:40-18:30

VSLT1

Lecture:

or

or

or

VS127 VS127 VS127 VS127 VS127 VS127

Angela Blachnitzky

Core only for Media specialisation

VS LT2 VS 226 VS 226

DSDN 104 Digital Creation (15 pts)

Jeongbin Ok

Core only for Industrial specialisation

Lecture: M 10:30-11:20 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: T/F 16:40-19:30 or (B) Studio: T/F 16:40-19:30 or (C) Studio: T/F 16:40-19:30

VS 226 VS 322 VS 319

Margaret Petty

VSLT1/LT2

DSDN 142 Creative Coding (15 pts) Lecture: M 13:40-14:30 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: MR 14:40-16:30 (B) Studio: MR 16:40-18:30

VS 226 VS 322 VS 319

*WRIT 101 or WRIT 151 in Trimester 1, 2 or 3

W 16:40-18:00

and one of the following tutorial streams: Stream A: R 8:30-9:20 Stream B: R 9:30-10:20 Stream C: R 10:30-11:20 Stream D: F 12:40-13:30 Stream E: F 13:40-14:30 Stream F: F 14:40-15:30

Bernard Guy

VSLT1 VS 226 VS 322 VS 319

*WRIT 101 or WRIT 151 in Trimester 1, 2 or 3

Core for all BDI specialisations

Core for all BDI specialisations

(Kelburn Campus)

(Kelburn Campus)

+ 15 pt elective(s) as required + 15 pt elective(s) as required * Note: A student with 14 level 3 NCEA credits in English, History, Art History, Classics, Geography or Economics may substitute the WRIT requirement with any 100-level elective course. First Year Culture + Context (BDI) Specilisation: First Year Industrial (BDI) Specilisation: First Year Media (BDI) Specilisation:

+ four 15 pt electives + two 15 pt electives + three 15 pt electives

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First Year Elective Courses First Trimester DSDN 104 Digital Creation (15 pts)

Lee Gibson

Second Trimester DSDN 104 Digital Creation (15 pts)

Jeongbin Ok

Third Trimester DSDN 104 Digital Creation (15 pts)

Core for Industrial specialisation - elective for others

Core for Industrial specialisation - elective for others

Core for Industrial specialisation - elective for others

(Refer to previous page for scheduling)

(Refer to previous page for scheduling)

Lecture: Studio:

M/W 9:30-10:20 MTWR 10:30-13:20

Jeongbin Ok VS LT2 VS 322

DSDN 112 Ideas & Principles of Design (15 pts) Angela Blachnitzky Lecture: M 11:30-12:20 VS LT1 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: T/F 8:30-10:20 or WIG 101 (B) Studio: T/F 10:30-12:20 WIG 101 DSDN 142 Creative Coding (15 pts)

A. Blachnitzky

DSDN 142 Creative Coding (15 pts)

A. Blachnitzky

Core for Media specialisation

Core for Media specialisation

(Refer to previous page for scheduling)

(Refer to previous page for scheduling)

DSDN 144 Digital Photographics 1 (15 pts) L. Gurevitch Lecture: W 10:30-11:20 VS LT1 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: W 12:30-15:30 or VS 322 (B) Studio: W 15:40-18:30 VS 322

DSDN 144 Digital Photographics 1 (15 pts) L. Gurevitch Lecture: W 12:40-13:30 VSLT2 and one of the following studios: (A) Studio: R 11:30-14:20 or VS 322 (B) Studio: R 11:30-14:20 VS 226

DSDN 144 Digital Photographics 1 (15 pts) L. Gurevitch Lecture: M/W 13:40-14:30 VS 204 Studio: MWF 14:40-17:30 VS 322

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Recommended Minors: A minor comprises at least 60 advanced level points, including at least 20 points at 300-level) in one of a selected range of disciplines from design, commerce, humanities and social sciences, science and engineering: CULTURE + CONTEXT Minor Subject Anthropology Art History Asian Studies English European Studies

100-level Requirement

200-level Requirement

300-level Requirement

Two 200-level ANTH courses Two 200-level ARTH courses Two 200-level ASIA courses Two 200-level ENGL courses (i) FREN 215, 216 or, (ii) GERM 217, 218 or (iii) SPAN 215, 216

One 300-level ANTH course One 300-level ARTH course ASIA 301 One 300-level ENGL course EURO 301

Film

ANTH 101, 102 Two courses from ARTH 111, 112, 113 ASIA 101 One 100-level ENGL course and DSDN 171 EURO 101 and one of: FREN 123 GERM 103,104 (exempt with NCEA Level 3) SPAN 112 (exempt with NCEA Level 3) FILM 101, DSDN 171

FILM 231

Gender and Women's Studies

GEND 101

One 200-level GEND or WISC course

Geography Industrial (for C+C students) Marketing Maori Studies Management Media Design (for C+C students) Media Studies Music Studies Sonic Arts

GEOG 111, 114 DSDN 104, 141 MARK 101 Two 100-level MAOR courses MGMT 101 DSDN 142 One of MDIA 101, 102, 103 *Typically one or two 100-level courses CMPO 101 and either CMPO 110 or CMPO 184* PASI 101 (at least 18 points Samoan/Maori/French Language courses) PHIL 107 PSYC 121 (15 points) STAT 193 Strongly recommended SOSC 111, 112 100-level Requirement

Two of GEOG 212, 214, 216 INDN 211, 212 MARK 202, 211 Two 200-level MAOR courses Two of MGMT 202, 205, 206 MDDN 211 and either MDDN 201 or 221 Two 200-level MDIA courses 40 points MUSC 200-level At least 40 points from CMPO 210, 211, 280, 284, 384, MUSC 246, 247, 265* PASI 201

One 300-level FILM course, one further 200- or 300-level GEND or WISC course One 300-level GEND or WISC course One 200- or 300-level GEND or WISC course One of GEOG 311, 312, 314, 316 INDN 311 or 341 One 300-level MARK course One 300-level MAOR course One 300-level MGMT course MDDN 311 One 300-level MDIA course One 300-level MUSC course One of CMPO 310, 340, 341

Pacific Studies Philosophy Psychology (for C+C students) Sociology INDUSTRIAL Minor Subject Engineering (Hardware) Interaction Design (for Industrial students) Marketing Management Media Design (for C+C or Industrial students) Psychology (for Industrial students) MEDIA Minor Subject Art History Computer Science Engineering (Hardware) Engineering (Software) Film Interaction Design (for Media Students) Sonic Arts

PHIL 270 and 210 PSYC 221, 232 (15 points each)

PASI 301 One 200 or 300-level with significant Pacific content PHIL 313 or PHIL 322 Two of PSYC 326, 333, 334, 338 (15 pts each)

Two 200-level SOSC courses 200-level Requirement

One 300-level SOSC course 300-level Requirement

ENGR 101, MATH 151 COMP 102, DSDN 142 MARK 101 MGMT 101 DSDN 142 PSYC 122 (15 points) 100-level Requirement

CSEN 201, ELEN 201, 202 IXDN 221 MARK 202, 211 Two of MGMT 202, 205, 206 MDDN 211 and either MDDN 201 or 221 PSYC 231, 232 (15 points) 200-level Requirement

CSEN 301, and one of CSEN 302, 303 MDDN 321, IXDN 322 One 300-level MARK course One 300-level MGMT course MDDN 311 Two of Psyc 322, 327, 331, 332 (15 pts each) 300-level Requirement

Two courses from ARTH 111, 112, 113 COMP 102, 103, MATH 161 ENGR 101, MATH 151 COMP 102, 103, ENGR 101, SWEN 102, MATH 161 FILM 101, DSDN 171

Two 200-level ARTH courses COMP 205, 206 CSEN 201, ELEN 201, 202 ENGR 202, one of SWEN 201, 202, 203 FILM 231

COMP 102, DSDN 104 CMPO 101 + either CMPO 110 or CMPO 184*

DSDN 231, 232 At least 40 points from CMPO 210, 211, 280, 284, 384, MUSC 246, 247, 265*

One 300-level ARTH course 30 points COMP 300 CSEN 301, and one of CSEN 302, 303 SWEN 302, 303 One 300-level FILM course, one further 200- or 300-level GEND or WISC course IXDN 322 or DSDN 332 One of CMPO 310, 340, 341

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Culture+Context students will be required to select a second related discipline and complete sufficient courses in that area to develop a strength that supports or complements their design culture courses: That area may be another design discipline or may be an existing subject area within another undergraduate degree (BA, BCA, BE or BSc): This flows through to allow students who have completed the necessary prerequisites within their BDI, to enter an honours programme in the second subject, or to include some BA (Hons)/BCA (Hons)/BSc (Hons) courses within their Master of Design Innovation programme.

Second Year Culture + Context

CORE COURSES

First Trimester CCDN 271 Design Ideas in Context (20 pts) Lecture:

W 11:30-13:00

Stream A: Stream B: Stream C: Stream D: Streams E & F:

F 10:30-12:20 F 10:30-12:20 F 12:40 – 14:30 F 16:40 – 18:30 F 16:40 – 18:30

Second Trimester CCDN 231 Experimental Design Ideas (20 pts) Core for all BDI specialisations Maxe Fisher Lecture: M 13:10-14:30 VS LT1

Margaret Petty VS LT1/2

Stream A: Stream B: Stream C: Stream D: Stream E: Stream F:

VS 308 VS 204 VS 127 VS 308 VS 221

+ one 20pt elective for Design Minor INDN Minor: • INDN 211

• INDN 212

Object Based Experiments

Product Based Experiments

MDDN Minor: • IXDN/MDDN 221 Experience Design • DSDN 206 Identity & the Internet

Dynamic Web Design Cinematics Digital Surface, Form & Space

Design Electives: • • • • •

Design Electives: • DSDN 283

VS 127 VS 204 VS 221 VS 308 VS 127 VS 204

+ one 20pt elective for Design Minor INDN Minor:

MDDN Minor: • MDDN 201 • MDDN 211 • DSDN 231

M 14:40 – 17:30 M 14:40 – 17:30 M 14:40 – 17:30 M 14:40 – 17:30 R 14:40 – 17:30 R 14:40 – 17:30

ST: Design Anthropology

+ one 20pt elective for cross-disciplinary Minor See list of key Minors on previous page.

DSDN 232 DSDN 244 INDN 252 SARC 212 SARC 261

Gaming Concepts + Practices Digital Photographics 2 Design Physiology Furniture Design Communication

+ one 20pt elective for cross-disciplinary Minor See list of key Minors on previous page.

Third Year Culture + Context (Not offered 2010) CCDN 371 Design + Culture (20 pts) (Offered in 2010 as an elective to all disciplines) Anne Galloway Lecture: M 12:40-14:00 VS 204 (core for CCDN) Tutorial: R 12:40-14:30 VS 204 CCDN 331 Live Theory New core course to be added in 2011

+ three 20pt minor courses or electives such as: • • • • • • •

DSDN 231 DSDN 283 DESN 385 DESN 386 IDDN 311 IDDN 341 IDDN/DMDN 389

Digital Surface, Form & Space ST: Design Anthropology ST: 3D Gaming and Theory ST: Audio-Visual Space Industrial Design Production Materials + Proc. Design Research

CCDN 332

Design +

New core course to be added in 2011

Fourth Year Culture + Context (Not offered 2010-2011) (New core course to be added in 2012: CCDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) CCDN 411 Design Led Futures (30pts) (Not offered 2010-2011) Ross Stevens (D INDN 411, IXDN 411) Lecture: M/R 8:30-9:20 VS 127 Studio: M/R 9:30-12:20 WIG 301B + one or two 15pt minor courses or electives in 2011

Fifth Year Culture + Context

or

(New core course to be added in 2012: CCDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) CCDN 412 Remote Studio: Experimental Process (30pts) (Not offered 2010-2011) Tim Miller (D INDN 412, IXDN 412) Lecture: T/F 8:30- 9:20 VS127 Studio: T/F 9:30-12:20 WIG301B + one or two 15pt minor courses or electives in 2011

(Not offered 2010-2012) CCDN 591 (120pts); or CCDN 592 (90pts) + 30pts approved electives

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Second Year Industrial

CORE COURSES

First Trimester INDN 211 Object Based Experiments (20 pts) Lecture: Studio:

T 9:30-10:20 T/F 10:30-12:20

Tim Miller VS 221 VS 226

Lecture: Studio: Studio:

CCDN 271 Design Ideas in Context (20 pts) Lecture:

Margaret Petty

W 11:30-13:00

Stream A: F 10:30-12:20 Stream B: F 10:30-12:20 Stream C: F 12:40 – 14:30 Stream D: F 16:40 – 18:30 Streams E & F: F 16:40 – 18:30 + one 20pt minor course or elective

Second Trimester INDN 212 Product Based Experiments (20 pts)

VS LT1/2

VS 221 VS 303A VS 303A CCDN 231 Experimental Design Ideas (20 pts) Core for all BDI specialisations Maxe Fisher

Lecture:

M 13:10-14:30

Stream A: M 14:40 – 17:30 Stream B: M 14:40 – 17:30 Stream C: M 14:40 – 17:30 Stream D: M 14:40 – 17:30 Stream E: R 14:40 – 17:30 Stream F: R 14:40 – 17:30 + one 20pt minor course or elective

VS 308 VS 204 VS 127 VS 308 VS 221

Edgar Rodriguez

M 8:30-9:20 M 9:30-11:20 R 8:30-11:20

VS 127 VS 204 VS 221 VS 308 VS 127 VS 204

VS LT1

Third Year Industrial IDDN 311 Industrial Design (20 pts) (to be replaced by INDN 311 2011) Tim Miller

IDDN 312 Industrial Design (20 pts) (to be replaced by INDN 312 in 2011)

Lecture: Studio:

Lecture: Studio:

M 9:30-10:20 M/R 10:30-12:20

VS 318 VS 322 / WIG 301A

IDDN 341 Production Materials & Processes (20 pts) (to be replaced by INDN 341 in 2011) Lecture: T 9:30-10:20 Studio: T 10:30-12:20 Lecture: Studio:

Ross Stevens

VS 318 WIG 301A, VS012

VS 318 WIG 301A, VS012 IDDN 389 Design Research (20 pts) (to be replaced by an elective in 2011) E. Rodriguez +Galloway Lecture: W 15:40-17:30 VS LT1 (Co-taught DMDN 389 / DESN 389) Stream A: R 8:30-10:20 or VS 127 Stream B: R 8:30-10:20 or VS 204 Stream C: F 12:40-14:30 or VS 204 Stream D: F 12:40-14:30 or VS 318

Simon Fraser

M 9:30-10:20 M 10:30-12:20 R 9:30-12:20

VS 318 WIG 301A WIG 301A IDDN 371 Theory & Criticism (20 pts) (to be replaced by CCDN 331 in 2011) Maxe Fisher Lecture: T 10:30-12:20 VS LT2 (Co-taught with DMDN 371) Stream A: F 9:30-11:20 or VS 204 Stream B: F 9:30-11:20 or VS 127 Stream C: F 9:30-11:20 VS 308 [Presentations all streams W 9:30-11:20 WIG401]

R 13:40-14:30 R 14:40-16:30

+ one 20pt minor course or elective

Fourth Year Industrial (New core course to be added in 2012: INDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) or (New core course to be added in 2012: INDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) IDDN 411 Design Led Futures (20 pts) (to be replaced by INDN 411 30pts in 2012) Ross Stevens IDDN 412 Industrial Design (40 pts) (to be replaced by INDN 412 30pts in 2012) Tim Miller (D CCDN 411, IXDN 411) (D CCDN 412, IXDN 412) Lecture: T/F 8:30- 9:20 VS 127 Studio: M/R 9:30-12:20 WIG 301B / WIG 401 (Co-taught with DMDN 411) Studio: T/F 9:30-11:20 WIG 301B

IDDN 461 Professional Practice (20 pts) (to be deleted in 2012)

Simon Fraser Helen Baxter (TF)

+ two 20pt minor courses or elective (to be replaced by one or two 15pt electives in 2012)

Lecture: T/F 10:30-12:20 VS 221 (Co-taught with DMDN 461) Law Lecture (4 wks): T/F 8:30-10:20 VS LT1/2 (Shared lectures with SARC 461) + one 20pt minor course or elective (to be replaced by possibly one 15pt elective in 2012)

Fifth Year Industrial DESN 591/592;

DESN 690

[to be replaced in 2013 by INDN 591 (120pts); or INDN 592 (90pts) + 30pts approved electives]

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Second Year Media

CORE COURSES First Trimester

MDDN 211 Cinematics (20 pts) Studio:

T/F 9:30-12:20

WIG 401

Studio:

CCDN 271 Design Ideas in Context (20 pts) Lecture:

Second Trimester MDDN 221 Experience Design (20 pts)

John Lewis

W 11:30-13:00

T/F 9:30-12:20

WIG401

Anne Niemetz

(double labelled IXDN221)

CCDN 231 Experimental Design Ideas (20 pts) Core for all BDI specialisations Maxe Fisher Lecture: M 13:10-14:30 VS LT1

Margaret Petty VS LT1/2

Stream A: M 14:40 – 17:30 VS 127 Stream B: M 14:40 – 17:30 VS 204 Stream C: M 14:40 – 17:30 VS 221 Stream D: M 14:40 – 17:30 VS 308 Stream E: R 14:40 – 17:30 VS 127 Stream F: R 14:40 – 17:30 VS 204 + 20pt minor course or elective such as: • DSDN 144 Digital Photographics 1 • DSDN 206 Identity & the Internet • DSDN 232 Gaming Concepts + Practices • DSDN 244 Digital Photographics 2 • SARC 261 Communication

Stream A: F 10:30-12:20 VS 308 Stream B: F 10:30-12:20 VS 204 Stream C: F 12:40 – 14:30 VS 127 Stream D: F 16:40 – 18:30 VS 308 Streams E & F: F 16:40 – 18:30 VS 221 + one 20pt minor course or elective such as: • DSDN 231 Digital Surface, Form & Space • DSDN 283 ST: Design Anthropology • MDDN 201 Dynamic Web Design

Third Year Media DMDN 389 Design Research (20 pts) (replaced by MDDN 321 Tangible Media 2011) Rodriguez +Galloway Lecture: Stream A: Stream B: Stream C: Stream D:

DMDN 312 Interaction Design (20 pts) (to be replaced by an elective in 2011)

VS LT1 (Co-taught with IDDN 389 / DESN 389) VS 127 VS 204 VS 204 VS 318

W 15:40-17:30 R 8:30-10:20 or R 8:30-10:20 or F 12:40-14:30 or F 12:40-14:30 or

Studio:

Doug Easterly

WIG 401 DMDN 371 Theory & Criticism (20 pts) (to be replaced by CCDN 331 in 2011) Maxe Fisher Lecture: T 10:30-12:20 VS LT2 (Co-taught with IDDN 371) Stream A: F 9:30-11:20 or VS 204 Stream B: F 9:30-11:20 or VS 127 Stream C: F 9:30-11:20 VS 308 [Presentations all streams W 9:30-11:20 WIG401] DMDN 311 Telematics (20 pts) (becomes MDDN 311 in 2011) John Lewis Studio: M/R 14:40-17:30 WIG 401

+ two 20pt minor courses or electives

M/R 11:30-14:20

Fourth Year Interaction Design (New core course to be added in 2012: IXDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) DMDN 411 Design Led Futures (20pts) (to be replaced by IXDN 411 30pts in 2012) Ross Stevens Studio: M/R 9:30-12:20 WIG 401 / WIG 301B (Co-taught with IDDN 411)

DMDN 461 Professional Practice (20 pts) (to be deleted in 2012)

Simon Fraser Helen Baxter (TF)

or

(New core course to be added in 2012: IXDN 481 Remote Seminar: Mediated Futures (30pts) Doug Easterly (to be replaced by IXDN 412 30pts in 2012) Studio: M/R 8:30-11:20 WIG401 + two 20pt minor courses or elective (to be replaced by one or two 15pt electives in 2012 as required)

DMDN 412 Emergent Aesthetics & Hybrid Methods (40 pts)

Lecture: T/F 10:30-12:20 VS 221 (Co-taught with IDDN 461) Law Lecture (4 wks): T/F 8:30-10:20 VS LT1/2 (Shared lectures with SARC 461) + one 20pt minor course or elective (to be replaced by one 15pt elective in 2012 if required)

Fifth Year Interaction Design

DESN 591/592; DESN 690

[to be replaced in 2013 by IXDN 591 (120pts); or IXDN 592 (90pts) + 30pts approved electives]

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ELECTIVE COURSES for BDI First Trimester 200-Level Electives DSDN 231 Digital Surface, Form & Space

Second Trimester 200-Level Electives Doug Easterly Rory Harnden (TF)

Max 33

Lecture: M/R 16:40-18:30 VS 319 DSDN 283 Special Topic: Design Anthropology Anne Galloway Lecture: T 16:40-18:30 VS 221 Tutorial: W 12:40-14:30 VS 221; VS308 MDDN 201 Dynamic Web Design (20 pts) Studio:

M/R 12:40-15:30

Kah Chan

WIG 401

300-Level Electives DESN 384 Special Topic: Wearable Technology Seminar: T/F 14:40-16:30 WIG 401 DESN 385 Special Topic: 3D Gaming and Theory Seminar: W 9:30-13:20 WIG 401 (co-taught with COMP 348) DESN 386 Special Topic: Audio-Visual Space Seminar: M/R 15:40-17:30 WIG 401

Anne Niemetz

Kah Chan

Anne Niemetz

DSDN 206 Identity & The Internet Lecture: T/F 14:40-17:30

tba WIG 401

DSDN 232 Gaming Practices + Concepts Seminar: W 13:40-17:30 Max 45

Max 35 Max 15 SoD Max 35

Kah Chan

Max 45 Max 35

WIG 401

DSDN 244 Digital Photographics 2 Leon Gurevitch Lecture: T 15:40-16:30 VS 318 Studio: T 16:40-18:30 VS 127, VS 204 F 12:40-14:30 WIG 401 INDN 252 Design Physiology (20 pts) (Starting in 2011, this course is tri 1) Bernard Guy Lecture: T/F 9:30-10:20 VS 221 Studio: T/F 10:30-12:20 VS 303A, VS 012 IXDN 221 Experience Design (20pts) (double labelled MDDN 221) Anne Niemetz Studio: T/F 9:30-12:20 WIG401 (core for MDDN) SARC 212 Furniture Design (15 pts) Nat Perkins Seminar: T/F 11:30-13:20 VS 221 Studio: T/F 13:40-14:30 WIG 201A SARC 261 Communication (15 pts) tba Warwick McLeod Seminar: T/F 8:30-9:20 VS 308 Studio: T/F 9:30-10:00 WIG 203

Max 40

Max 45

300-Level Electives CCDN 371 Design + Culture (20 pts) Anne Galloway Lecture: M 12:40-14:10 VS 204 (core for CCDN) Tutorial: R 12:40-14:30 VS 204 DSDN 351 Design Psychology (20 pts) Edgar Rodriguez Lecture: T 13:40-14:30 VS 127 Studio: T 14:40-16:30 WIG 301A Studio: F 13:40-16:30 WIG 301A

See the following page for some of the electives offered on Kelburn campus.

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2010 KELBURN CAMPUS ELECTIVE COURSES: NOTE: Check the prerequisites using the on-line VUW Course Catalogue. http://www.victoria.ac.nz/home/study/subjects/coursecatalogue.aspx Always confirm Timetable using the on-line VUW Course Catalogue, as changes occur. First Trimester

ANTHROPOLOGY ART HISTORY ASIAN STUDIES CLASSICAL STUDIES COMMERCE AND ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER SCIENCE ECONOMICS ENGINEERING EUROPEAN STUDIES FILM GEOGRAPHY MANAGEMENT MARKETING MATHEMATICS MEDIA STUDIES

MUSIC MUSIC COMPOSITION (SONIC ARTS) PACIFIC STUDIES PHILOSOPHY PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SOFTWARE ENGINEER STATISTICS

ANTH 101 ANTH 213 ARTH 111 ARTH 213 ARTH 217 ASIA 101

Foundations of Society & Culture Ritual in the Modern World Art History I: Rock Art to Revolution Art in Aotearoa New Zealand The Renaissance Intro to Asian Studies

Second Trimester MRF 13:10-14:00 TR 14:10-15:00 TF 12:00-12:50 MF 13:10-14:00 TR 15:10-16:00 TF 11:00-11:50

ANTH 102 ANTH 208 ARTH 112 ARTH 219 ASIA 102

Society and Cultural Diversity Culture and Experience Art History II: After the Revolution Modernism and Postmodernism

MWF 15:10-16:00 WF 9:00-9:50 WF 10:00-10:50 MF 13:10-14:00

Intro to Cultures of Malaysia Indonesia

TR 14:10-15:00

CLAS 101

Greek Literature: Myth and Society

TWF 10:00-10:50

CLAS 102

Greek Art: Myth and Society

MWR 12:00-12:50

FCOM 111 FCOM 111

Government Law and Business Government Law and Business

MW 13:10-14:00 or MW 16:10-17:00

FCOM 111 FCOM 111

Government Law and Business Government Law and Business

MW 13:10-14:00 or MW 15:10-16:00

COMP 102 COMP 103 ECON 130

Intro to Computer Program Design Intro to Data Structures & Algorithms Economic Principles and Issues

MTR 15:10-16:00 MTF 12:00-12:50 TR (various options)

COMP 102 COMP 103 ECON 130

Intro to Computer Program Design Intro to Data Structures & Algorithms Economic Principles and Issues

MTF 10:00-10:50 MTR 14:10-15:00 TR 14:10-15:00

ENGR 101

Engineering Technology

MTR 14:10-15:00

EURO 101

Introduction to European Studies

TW 12:00-12:50

FILM 231

History and Criticism of Film

MW 11:00-13:50

FILM 101

Intro to Film Studies

TF 10:00-12:50

GEOG 101 GEOG 112 MGMT 101

The Earth System Human Geography & Dev. in Asia Pacific Intro to Management

WRF 14:10-15:00 MTF 12:00-12:50 TR 10:00-10:50

GEOG 114

Environment and Resources: the Foundations MWF 10:00-10:50

MGMT 101

Intro to Management

MARK 101 MARK 101

Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing

MW 10:00-10:50 or MW 12:00-12:50

MATH 132 MATH 141 MATH 151 MDIA 101 MDIA 103 MDIA 201 MDIA 206 MUSC 105

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking Calculus Algebra Media: Texts and Images Popular Media Culture Media in Aotearoa Media and Digital Cultures th st Understanding Music… 20 – 21 Centuries

MRF 12:00-12:50 MTR 16:10-17:00 MWR 13:10-14:00 W 9:00-10:50 M 9:00-10:50 T 11:00-12:50 T 13:10-15:00 MR 9:00-10:30

MARK 101 MARK 101 MARK 201 MATH 142 MATH 161

Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing Marketing ManagementT Calculus Discrete Mathematics and Logic

MDIA 102 MDIA 203 MDIA 208

Media, Society and Politics Visual Culture Media Audiences

MUSC 105

Understanding Music… 20 – 21 Centuries tba

CMPO 101 CMPO 184 CMPO 280 PASI 101

Intro to Composition Recording I Synthesis Sampling & Sequencing The Pacific Heritage

W 15:10-17:00 R 18:00-20:00 T 18:10-21:00 MTF 9:00-9:50

CMPO 101 CMPO 110 CMPO 284 PASI 201

Intro to Composition Intro. to Computer Music Programming Recording II Comparative History in Polynesia

W 15:10-17:00 T 9:00-10:50 T 18:00-21:00 MR 14:10-15:00

PHIL 104 PHIL 106 PHIL 123 PSYC 121 PSYC 121 PSYC 232 SOSC 111

Argument and Analysis Contemporary Ethical Questions Critical Thinking Intro to Psychology I Intro to Psychology I Research Methods in Psychology Sociology: Foundations and Concepts

MTF 12:00-12:50 MWF 13:10-14:00 TWF 11:00-11:50 MWF 11:00-11:50 or MWF 14:10-15:00 MWR 15:10-16:00 TR 10:00-10:50

PHIL 105 PHIL 107

The Big Questions Philosophy of Media and the Arts

MWF 9:00-9:50 MR 12:00-13:50

PSYC 122 PSYC 122 PSYC 221 SOSC 112

Intro to Psychology 2 Intro to Psychology 2 Social Psychology New Zealand Sociological Perspectives

MTR 16:10-17:00 MTR 12:00-12:50 MWR 15:10-16:00 TR 11:00-11:50

SWEN 102

Introduciton to Software Modelling

TW 13:10-14:00

STAT 193 STAT 193

Statistics for Natural & Social Sciences Statistics for Natural & Social Sciences

MWF 12:00-12:50 or MWF 15:10-16:00

STAT 131 STAT 193

Probability and Decision Modelling Statistics for Natural & Social Sciences

MRF 12:00-12:50 MTR 10:00-100

TR various options

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MW 10:00-10:50 or MW 12:00-12:50 14:40-16:30 and F 14:40-15:30 MWF 15:10-16:00 MRF 16:10-17:00 W 12:00-13:50 T 10:00-11:50 W 12:00-13:50 st

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