Industrial Design — ABM
Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Curriculum for Industrial Design
The Industrial Design Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program (ABM) provides an opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to gain a depth of understanding and experience of industrial design beyond that of typical bachelor's level graduates. The ABM program allows these exceptional students to count up to 9 hours toward both the bachelor's and master's degrees.
The Bachelor of Industrial Design undergraduate major can lead to a Master of Industrial in the ABM track. Please see the School of Industrial and Graphic Design website for additional information.
Below is a chart of all the approved courses that can be taken in the ABM program and what course that replaces at the undergraduate level. INDD 6960 Special Problem is a one hour course taken in the spring of senior year to develop graduate research interest.
|INDD 6210 Portfolio (Replaces INDD 5120 Professional Portfolio)||3|
|INDD 7910||Industry Practicum (Replaces INDD 4210 Industrial Design Thesis)||5|
Senior Year for student in ABM - Industrial Design
Courses marked with an asterisk are those used by students enrolled in the ABM program to meet nine undergraduate hours during their senior year and nine graduate hours to be used toward their graduate degree.
|Core Literature||3||Core Humanities||3|
|INDD 4110 Advanced Product Design||6||*INDD 7910 Industry Practicum||5|
|*INDD 6120 Portfolio||3||INDD 4220 Professional Practice||3|
|*INDD 6960 Special Problems||1|
|UNIV 4AA0 Creed to Succeed||0|
Accelerated Master of Industrial Design