This two-year program will give students a comprehensive education in the design theory and technical and aesthetic skills required by the jewellery and metals industry for entry level positions. The emphasis in Semesters 1 and 2 is on basic information and techniques as related to jewellery. Advanced jewellery techniques will be learned as well as hollowware and flatware in Semester 3 and 4. Note: Graduates of this program are eligible to apply for the post-graduate diploma program of GLDS Goldsmithing and Silversmithing.
JEWL1000 Chain Making JEWL1001 Jewellery Fabrication JEWL1002 Jewellery Studio JEWL1003 Jewellery Repairs JEWL1005 Primitive Casting JEWL1004 Lost Wax Casting JEWL2000 Jewellery Drawing and Rendering JEWL2001 Metalsmithing 1 JEWL2002 Production Casting 1 JEWL2003 Introduction to Gemmology JEWL2004 Basic Stone Setting JEWL2005 Metalsmithing 2 JEWL2006 Production Casting 2 JEWL2007 Silversmithing Studio JEWL1006 Jewellery Drawing JEWL1007 Jewellery Design JEWL1008 Professional Practice for Jewellers and Metalsmiths HSTY2000 History of Metal Art JEWL2010 Jewellery Drawing and Design
To be selected at time of registration from the College list, as determined by testing.
General Education Courses
To be selected from College list
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