Industrial Design Minor
The Industrial Design Minor offers students the opportunity to learn the basics of spatial composition and designing with the user's experience in mind. Students will have the opportunity to learn through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. The minor broadens understanding of industrial design and its role in everyday object culture.
The Industrial Design Minor requires 21 credits as specified below.
|ADN 3100||Design Process||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|History of Interior Design and Architecture|
|History of Graphic Design|
|History of Costume|
|History of Modern Design I|
|History of Modern Design II|
|AID 3300||Introduction to Industrial Design||3|
|AID 3200||Ethnographic Research Methods for Designers||3|
|AID 5300||Advanced Studio/Product||3|
|AID 5330||3-D Modeling||3|
|AID 6301||Design for Urban Mobility||3|
|or AID 6310||Advanced Studio/Exhibit|