The School of Design will be holding an informal information session for students interested in transferring to the BDes Graphic Design, BDes Industrial Design, or the BA Design Studies degree programs on Friday, November 9th, 2018 at 2PM. For more information, please contact Kevin Strickland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bachelor of Design (BDes) program prepares students for professional careers in a variety of disciplines that constitute contemporary practice. Through structured practical and theoretical exercises, the program seeks to develop in its students a broad visual vocabulary and wide range of analytical, organizational, and technical skills that focus on design processes, research, materials and methods for a wide range of design applications. Students experience a unique learning opportunity that takes advantage of the University’s interdisciplinary programs in a dynamic urban center.
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Design teaches skills and methods from graphic design, industrial design, design history and theory, and design research within the context of a research university in order to foster exploration across the sciences and humanities. This BA is ideal for students looking to study widely across the university while earning a foundational education in the material methods and practices of design as well as those looking to earn a second degree that will complement an education in the liberal arts and sciences.
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