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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.
|Industrial Design Form||Manufacturing Process I|
|Industrial Design Principles||Human Factors – Ergonomic|
|(may be taken fall or spring)||(may be taken fall or spring)|
|Industrial Design I||Industrial Design II|
|Manufacturing Process I||Portfolio and Presentation|
|CAD Solid Works (Solid Molding)|
(take after Drawing for Designers in Fall or Spring)
|Industrial Design III||Degree Project II - Development|
|Degree Project I - Research||Product Development Lab|
(may be taken as early as spring of the second year)
|Branding (Fall only, or Year 2)|