Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design program is designed to develop a multi-disciplinary design professional for the creative industry. It prepares students for a broad range of design services such as: consumer product, packaging, furniture, craft, environmental, transportation, exhibitions, graphic and visual communications. Training strategies combine both theoretical and practical aspects of design development, making use of innovative and technologically relevant instructions on generalized and specialized design courses.
Graduates of this program may become entrepreneurs or may practice professionally in any of the above mentioned range of design services.
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- Industrial Designer
- Industrial Design Researcher
- Interior Designer
- Furniture Designer
- Automotive Designer
- Package Designer
- Graphics Designer
- Exhibition Designer
- Visual Merchandiser / Display Designer
- TV / Movie / TheatreSet Designer
- 3D Artist / Designer
- Consumer Product Designer
- Toy Designer
- Sports Equipment Designer
- Healthcare Product Designer
- Agriculture Product Designer
- Lighting Designer
- Crafts Designer
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
design products and services that are innovative, useful, safe, aesthetically appropriate, culturally acceptable, ecologically sound and socially beneficial to serve the needs of society, consumers, manufacturers and the environment
acquire visualization and presentation skills as well as techniques in various forms of ICT media for design concept presentations, preparation of technical drawings and models.
promote the highest ethical standards of the profession.
Ability to envision and design products and services that are innovative, useful, safe, aesthetically appropriate, culturally acceptable, ecologically sound, and socially beneficial to serve the needs of society, consumers, manufacturers, and the environment.
Ability to apply a comprehensive body of technical knowledge involving historical sources, tools, techniques, and materials.
Ability to use a rigorously analytical, speculative, and creative design process to develop products and services.
Ability to identify, evaluate and respond to the physical and psychological needs of users.
A practical knowledge of manufacturing processes, sustainability, and ergonomics
Attainment of the requisite level of skill to express visual ideas with clarity
Ability to adapt successfully to the varying demands imposed on their work by economic, social, environmental, and psychological factors.
Ability to serve as bridge between product users, industries, the general public, and issues at large.
Developed entrepreneurial skills needed to excel in a competitive and complex business environment.
Recognize the need for and engage in life-long learning