Industrial Design major
You’re a Da Vinci with the vision and ability to solve complex problems creatively.
You’ll come to CCAD with creative talent, natural curiosity and an inclination for action. Through collaborations with peers, faculty and real-world clients such as General Motors and Airstream, you’ll leave our Industrial Design program a motivated and visionary design leader. Working on projects focused on complex issues in the global marketplace, you’ll analyze, define and conceptualize realistic solutions. Here at CCAD, you’ll find that you can improve the world by reimagining and executing the designs of everything from boats, bicycles and cars to water bottles, subway systems and shoes.
Industrial Design facilities
CCAD’s state-of-the-art facilities include the Tad Jeffrey FabLab (with multiple 3D printers) and a fabrication shop where budding industrial designers bring their creations to life.
You'll have access to:
- The Tad Jeffrey FabLab, which includes CNC machining equipment, laser cutters and multiple 3D printers
- A fabrication shop, so you can construct models in wood, plastic, foam and metal
Student and alumni works
CCAD’s problem-solving approach to industrial design prepares grads for complex issues in the global marketplace. Their education allows them to take on a host of different positions across industries. As natural problem-solvers, industrial designers find themselves in all facets of today’s marketplace.
Commercial equipment designer
Consumer electronics designer
Industrial tool designer
Medical device designer
Personal products designer
Retail display designer
Sports equipment designer
Trade exhibit designer
User experience designer
User interface designer
Our grads generate interest from employers across the board, from major brands in manufacturing and consumer goods to interactive design firms. Some employers who have benefited from their skills are: