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Industrial Design

Acquire the knowledge and skills to create innovative products that will shape the future.

Our faculty instills in students the fundamental process of inquiry and conceptualization, along with the skills to design and make products with the potential to revolutionize our world. Through a dynamic curriculum that merges industrial design, furniture design, and entrepreneurship, our students are equipped to leave a lasting impact on the industry.

Industrial Design?
I value the push to create and solve problems three-dimensionally. I can get a deeper understanding of semantics and the consideration of human factors of the design when I can observe it in person or at scale. Making is fun, and I love to see my designs come to life from my sketchbook.
Jordan Cutsinger, '23
I love the wide variety of things we design. There’s so much freedom for each person to express themselves and their creativity through design. It’s so inspiring walking up and down the concourse and seeing all the projects that our peers in this college have created.
Kayla Roles, '23

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High School & Transfer Students

Our department offers an accredited 5-year Master's degree in Industrial Design, crafted for high school graduates and transfer students entering with no academic training in design. The MINDD is a five-year program with one year of environmental studies (foundations of design) followed by four years of INDD coursework, including a summer course. Approved by NASAD, and incorporate coursework in interior architecture and furniture design.

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College Graduates

Our department offers an accredited 2/3-year Master's degree in Industrial (MINDD), developed for students entering with a previously completed bachelor's degree in any program of study. Applicants with previous degrees in design will be viewed on a case-by-case basis. Depending on how closely your degree aligns with our curriculum, the years needed to complete the MINDD may be reduced from the three-year-plan. This degree is approved by NASAD, and incorporates coursework in industrial design and furniture design.
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The Master of Industrial Design non-baccalaureate track is approved by NASAD, the only national accreditation body governing industrial design.