Interior design programs at QUT
a higher educational response to interior design professional development
Keywords:Interior design education, Design programmes, Higher education
This submission describes the process and outcome of revising existing tertiary interior design programs to address social, educational and professional demands. It is argued that the outcomes form a strong substantive and procedural base for the development of interior design in the new millennium.
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