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The Industrial Design Certificate program is for students who hold a prior baccalaureate degree but now wish to enter the industrial design profession.

The program takes 3 years part-time; a few of the courses can be taken through professional and continuing education at night, but most will be scheduled in the daytime degree program. Students are expected to enroll in 1 to 4 courses per semester (fall and spring). Summer coursework is optional.

Certificate students may transfer or waive up to 9 credits based on portfolio review. Students with no portfolio may take continuing education courses in order to prepare a portfolio.

17 courses, 51 credits.

Year OneFallSpring
 Industrial Design FormManufacturing Process I
 Industrial Design PrinciplesHuman Factors – Ergonomic
 (may be taken fall or spring)(may be taken fall or spring)
Year TwoFallSpring
 Industrial Design IIndustrial Design II
 Manufacturing Process IPortfolio and Presentation
 CAD Solid Works (Solid Molding)
(take after Drawing for Designers in Fall or Spring)
 
Year ThreeFallSpring
 Industrial Design IIIDegree Project II - Development
 Degree Project I - ResearchProduct Development Lab
(may be taken as early as spring of the second year)
 Branding (Fall only, or Year 2)