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MA Applied linguistics is the most common of a number of Masters, or MA as they are commonly known, which have a higher concentration on science and focus less on classroom practice .Industrial design is a field of study that focuses on how to turn an individual or a company’s ideas into reality. Industrial designers work to design the look, form, and function of everyday products and manuf… Read more

MA Applied linguistics is the most common of a number of Masters, or MA as they are commonly known, which have a higher concentration on science and focus less on classroom practice .

Industrial design is a field of study that focuses on how to turn an individual or a company’s ideas into reality. Industrial designers work to design the look, form, and function of everyday products and manufactured goods that may be used in homes, hospitals, businesses, and schools.

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The MA in Industrial Product Design foresees an innovative approach to conventional design based on research in new interrelated systems ranging from objects to services and o ... +

The MA in Industrial Product Design foresees an innovative approach to conventional design based on research in new interrelated systems ranging from objects to services and on the most current themes in all industrial production sectors such as sustainability, Internet of things and Industry 4.0. Official Master's degree accredited by the Italian Ministry of Universities & Research. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English, Italian
13 Nov 2023
31 Jul 2023
Campus
 
San Francisco, USA

The MA program provides professional study within focused fields of physical design. In addition to classroom and collaborative coursework, each student develops a professiona ... +

The MA program provides professional study within focused fields of physical design. In addition to classroom and collaborative coursework, each student develops a professional portfolio that will be used to launch a career in Industrial Design. -
MA
Full-time
4 semesters
English
Feb 2023
Campus
Online
 
Johannesburg, South Africa

The purpose of the Master of Arts in Industrial Design is to develop researchers who can contribute to industrial design knowledge at an advanced level.

The purpose of the Master of Arts in Industrial Design is to develop researchers who can contribute to industrial design knowledge at an advanced level. -
MA
Full-time
Part-time
English
Feb 2023
Campus
 

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Poznań, Poland

Master of Arts (MA) in Industrial Design Industrial design training combines a creative and humanities education with technical knowledge. The students are exposed to specific ... +

Master of Arts (MA) in Industrial Design Industrial design training combines a creative and humanities education with technical knowledge. The students are exposed to specific design tasks, which prepare them for cooperation with the industrial world and for independent design work. The Academy cooperates with many industrial plants, which enables the design concepts developed during the courses to evolve into prototypes and be presented to prospective manufacturers at industry exhibitions in Poland and abroad. Studio of Product Interpretation Head: professor Jadwiga FilipiakAssistant: dr Artur Świtalski The objective of the course is to provide students with the ability and knowledge needed to work in a design team as well as act as an independent designer. The student will learn about the cultural, physical and psychological needs of humans. The topics relate to the formation of the immediate environment, while proper attention is given to the needs of the disabled. The subjects offered will help the students develop their skills to perceive, recognise and define the design needs around them, scrutinize the functions creatively and deliver a creative planning / design reaction. Furniture Design 3 Head: Mateusz Wróblewski The course is aimed at providing the students with a knowledge of furniture design and its broad cultural context. The curriculum will include materials experimentation, a quest for novel solutions to conventional functions, and learning to perceive furniture as a form that defines an interior, so students will be trained to see the convergence of the core characteristics of furniture as an object that is supposed to meet the standard requirements of ergonomics, stability and durability. Moreover, the studio will teach students to perceive furniture as an outcome of the fabrication process involving given techniques. Students are encouraged to follow events in the furniture industry worldwide. Various work teams will be established.Outcome: students will acquire the skills both to design furniture and to apply their unique, individualised approach to designing. Graduates will receive an MA diploma in Interior Architecture or Furniture Design Arts. Studio for Educational Projects and Industrial Synergy Head : professor Katarzyna LaskowskaAssistant: Dorota Januszek The objective of this course it is to provide the students with the skills to work in the manufacturing industry. Gaining such abilities and competence will enable graduates to undertake independent design jobs in multidisciplinary teams and launch projects into mass production. The students will be given an overview of the design processes and related activities.- introduction to professional design work,- team work,- project management for mass production,- putting designs into production,- responsible project management,- attending international design workshops and research.Applicable teaching methods:- introductory lectures,- training, presentations, seminars,- tutorials within the studio and external expert consultations,- student’s own project work,- team work; assignments being given depending on the number of students and project phases under way,- presentations, exhibitions,- student involvement in supervising the fabrication of prototypes at a furniture factory or the ASP model shop,- annual exhibitions,- promoting projects and design work, e.g. industry exhibitions, leaflets, invitations etc. Ceramics in Architecture Head : professor Ewa Twarowska-SiodaAssistants: Grzegorz Olech / Piotr Masztalerz The goal of this course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge for using ceramics in architecture. Besides tutorials and project work, the course will encompass presentations of ceramic design work and training in technical skills and technologies, including mould building, engobes, glazing, firing etc. These will serve to stimulate the students’ search for novel solutions and overcoming conventions. The subjects should trigger student activities in interiors (hotels, churches, houses, stores) as well as in open spaces (towns, gardens, parks, squares). The students can select the scale and size, colour and ceramic material, adapting these to their individual requirements. Studio of Industrial Product Design Head: professor Tomasz MatuszewskiAssistant: Łukasz Stawarski Each student will be requested to deliver one design on a theme selected from a range of professorial suggestions. An individual study will be conducted, including an assessment of the design materials, concept guidelines, sketches, drawings and 3D models. This design work will help the students in their independent assessment of the design materials, formulating the guidelines and comprehensive concepts for the object. Furthermore the course will assist the students in developing their awareness of the crucial context issues, including social, cultural, natural, ethical, ergonomic, commercial and industrial. The students will assess the behaviours and needs of people and the growth of civilization and culture. They will learn about the new materials and techniques that are available, and will gain the ability to deliver design guidelines with reference to their conclusions on the surrounding conditions. An emphasis will be placed on responsible and creative design work. -
MA
Full-time
English
Campus
 

Art Center’s Graduate Industrial Design program, Grad ID, offers a two-year, six-term Master of Science curriculum focusing on theory and practice for the production of insigh ... +

Art Center’s Graduate Industrial Design program, Grad ID, offers a two-year, six-term Master of Science curriculum focusing on theory and practice for the production of insightful research, the development of human-centric designs and the creation of new business opportunities. -
MA
Full-time
Campus