University Transfer Programme:Product Design - Applied Immersive Game Design
Product Design in the Applied Immersive Game Design stream is equivalent to the first year of your undergraduate Product Design studies in that specialisation. Upon completion of the programme you will be eligible to progress* to the second year of the Bachelor of Product Design degree.**
- UC is leading the way with its multidisciplinary Bachelor of Product Design. Product Design combines creative design, science, engineering, and business studies. Product designers plan and develop items for use in homes, businesses, and industry.
- By specialising in Applied Immersive Game Design, you will gain the knowledge of the game design process, from creating an exciting and engaging interface to incorporating 3D and augmented reality technologies to enhance the user’s experience. Be equipped on the necessary skills to know how to create games for both recreational and educational purposes and be part of the growing game development industry in New Zealand.
To learn more about the Bachelor of Product Design degree at the University of Canterbury, click here: https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/study/qualifications-and-courses/bachelors-degrees/bachelor-of-product-design/
Your direct pathway to University of Canterbury
February and October
Available majors and endorsements
- Industrial Product Design
- Applied Immersive Game Design
- Chemical, Natural and Healthcare Product Formulation
UTP Product Design is a set programme of study. Students will study seven courses from the following subject areas. Note: Not all subjects will be offered every semester and failure to pass a required course will result in a delay in completion of studies.
Compulsory academic subjects for all majors:
- Product Design 1
- Foundation of Engineering
- Fundamentals of Management
Additional courses for specific major
Applied Immersive Game Design:
- Computer Programming
- Computer Science
- The Game Development Process
All UTP students are required to complete compulsory study skills programmes (fee free).
Entry to second year: University of Canterbury Bachelor of Product Design in Applied Immersive Game Design
For more information on the University of Canterbury's College of Engineering, visit canterbury.ac.nz/courses/undergrad/bsc.shtml.
*Students must complete and pass all courses in the UTP programme, apply before the University of Canterbury deadline and meet any additional requirements from the University. Access to selected faculties of the University may require the completion of certain prerequisites. UCIC will advise students individually in this regard as required. Course offerings may change without notice. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding course offerings.
**Commencement in Semester 3 2019, subject to confirmed numbers.
Notes: Please refer to the Fees & Payment page for full fees information. In addition to programme fees, all UCIC students must pay the Student Services Levy, which contributes to the excellent services and facilities on campus.
Commencement each semester will be dependent upon enrolments.
Potential career paths
A degree in Product Design specialising in Applied Immersive Game Design can lead you to a fulfilling career in exciting industries such as game development, graphic design, virtual and augmented reality, and be able to create engaging and enjoyable programmes that will be used for entertainment or educational purposes.