Curriculum in Industrial Design - Post-Baccalaureate Industrial Design Studies
The bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies – post baccalaureate industrial design (IDSS-Post Bacc) is a NASAD accredited 43 hour program and is required for admission to the industrial design master’s program by students who do not hold a bachelor’s degree in industrial design. Students holding a previous bachelor’s degree with a 2.5 GPA or above are eligible to apply for the post baccalaureate degree. At the end of the bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies – post baccalaureate industrial design course students who choose not to pursue or who do not pass the Post Baccalaureate Review for admission to the master of industrial design program, can be awarded the bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies but must pursue careers elsewhere.
Bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies – post baccalaureate students seeking admission to the master of industrial design must maintain a 3.0 in all Industrial Design courses, and apply to the Graduate School during the first weeks of spring semester. During the last week of spring semester bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies – post baccalaureate students who are master of industrial design candidates must prepare for the Post Baccalaureate Review (display of representative work from all Industrial Design classes taken). Students who fail the review are given additional course requirements to be completed before a second and last review can be scheduled. Once the Post Baccalaureate Review is successfully completed and the bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies – post baccalaureate degree awarded, students can proceed with their application to the Graduate School.
Curriculum in Industrial Design Studies – Post-Baccalaureate Industrial Design
If a bachelor of science in Industrial Design Studies degree is/was received, a graduate must apply for re-admission to be a candidate for any other degree offered by the college. Please contact the CADC Office of Student Services for more information on this degree option and curriculum.
|INDD 2110 Two Dimensional Industrial Design Principles||6||INDD 3210 Product Design||6||INDD 1310 Synthesis of Drawing||10|
|INDD 2120 Computer and Design Communications||3||INDD 3220 Materials and Technology||3||INDD 1320 Prototype Fabrication||3|
|INDD 2130 Presentation Rendering||3||INDD 2220 Anthropometry||3||INDD 1400 Careers in Industrial Design||2|
|INDD 3120 Industrial Design Methods||3||INDD 5960 Special Problems||1|
|UNIV 4AA0 University Graduation||0|
|Total Hours: 43|