Design can be studied in the general sense, providing students with a grounding in all major design disciplines. Alternatively, students can choose to specialise straight away, becoming experts in one specific field.
Undergraduate degree courses set students up for careers in design. Postgraduate programmes allow students to specialise in specific areas, or convert to studying design from an alternative bachelor's degree.
Short courses provide an introduction to design or short form practical training in specialised disciplines.
Dezeen Courses is a new resource for people who want to study architecture and design. It presents details of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, as well as short courses and remote learning programmes.
Here are 10 design courses on Dezeen Courses:
The Color and Materials Design course at College for Creative Studies examines the contemporary advancements and applications of materials and color finishes.
The Design: Products and Technology MSc course at Nottingham Trent University provides students with a knowledge of the principles and techniques that underpin design.
The Master of Design in Designed Objects course at School of the Art Institute of Chicago amalgamates critical and practical knowledge of product, furniture, interaction and systems design.
The Design Diplomacy MA at University of Greenwich provides thought-provoking and practical study for students enabling them to frame the future of socially responsible design.
The Transportation Design course at College for Creative Studies encourages students to research, analyse and create contemporary transportation solutions.
The Lighting Design MFA course at Parsons School of Design has an interdisciplinary curriculum, which provides students with a solid foundation in lighting design.
The Bachelor in Design course at IE University encourages students to consider the aesthetic as well as scientific and business-centred areas of design as a broad discipline.
The Industrial Design MFA course at Parsons School of Design in New York City explores how goods are produced in local and globalised contexts to prepare students for a career in the product design industry.
The Master of Design course at University of Sydney equips students with postgraduate training in design and principles that can be applied to a range of other disciplines.
The Design BA (Hons) course at Florence Institute of Design International provides students with strong industry experience and research skills.
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