Design has become relevant to everyday communication in the way it changes, influences and improves lives. A meaningful design solution not only informs our social and cultural norms, but also inspires creativity and new forms of expression. With the creative industries expanding in Singapore, designers will become increasingly responsible for shaping the collective ethos of an interconnected age.


The programme fosters the concept of “the designer as a reflective practitioner” and encourages independent learning through an intellectual and creative process. This promotes an awareness and understanding of contemporary visual culture that focuses on the Eastern and Western visual language.


Towards the end of the programme, you will learn to generate creative and innovative responses to perceived socio-cultural challenges and opportunities. The unique selling point of the programme is to mould you into a thinking designer who can articulate novel ideas, innovate design practices and help shape the future design industry. Our continued collaboration with key design industry stakeholders such as FITCH, IBM or Facebook bear testimony to the currency and the industry relevance of this course.


The programme’s teaching philosophy focuses on practice-based learning, enriching you within an interdisciplinary environment. Coursework is structured to provide you with a range of analytical, reflective and communicative skills, equipping you to meet emergent professional and industry needs.


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  • (Awarding University) LASALLE College of the Arts
  • (Local Institution) LASALLE College of the Arts
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