Programs of Study

Industrial Design Overview

When it comes to creative solutions that impact everyday life, Industrial Design is at the forefront. Whether it’s designing an inexpensive device to keep dolphins out of tuna nets or coming up with a less wasteful way to move fresh fruit to market, studying Industrial Design will help you make the world a better place. You’ll learn an effective design process that includes research, 2-D and 3-D visualization (like drawing, computer-aided design, and modeling), and a thorough understanding of manufacturing, social, and environmental criteria. Specialty design courses include furniture, packaging, displays, exhibits, and toys.

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