Freshman: Foundation LevelStudents take foundational classes in the areas of science, engineering, the humanities, and design.
Sophomore: Introductory LevelStudents learn about form principles and visual language. They explore the history and present state of design and learn various communication and presentation skills. They also extend their engineering knowledge and study the basic elements of product design.
Junior: Development LevelStudents acquire the ability to accomplish design projects focused on marketing and production, and build their comprehension of modern industrial systems.
Senior: Integration LevelStudents learn to use design philosophy and ethics as professional designers, and they acquire the ability to accomplish complex design projects.
Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Spring Semester Elective Major Course Introduction to Industrial Design Design Methodology Theory of New Product Design Presentation Techniques Web Design Mutimedia Design II Interface Design Product-Environment Design CAD & 3D Modeling Special Topics in Design Design Communication Mandatory Major Course 2-Dimensional Design Product Design Factors Product Design System 3-Dimensional Design Integrated Design I Elective Basic Course Design & Living Fall Semester Elective Major Course Digital Design Graphics Space Design Edutainment Design Product Design Engineering Multimedia Design I Design Critique Photo Techniques Interaction Design Interactive Space Information Design Design Human Factors Mandatory Major Course Product Design Fundamentals Product Design Program Design Professional Practice Integrated Design II Elective Basic Course Idea & Expression Undergraduate Thesis
ID KAIST ApplicationAmong freshman students who have been selected through normal KAIST admission procedures, approximately 30 students are chosen, based on consideration of their grades, aptitudes, and capabilities. Applicants to the industrial design major are advised to take fundamental design courses during their freshman year.
KAIST Admission for international applicantsKAIST considers a number of factors when determining admission, including the candidate's academic achievements, potential, interpersonal skills, personal accomplishments, integrity, and leadership abilities. To determine academic achievements, the review committee considers the level of studies completed in math and science classes, the quality of achievements, and the characteristics of institutions attended.
- Admission requirements are subject to change. Please visit the KAIST admissions website for international applicants and carefully check the guidelines. ( http://admission.kaist.ac.kr)
- Korean citizens must apply for Korean admissions. ( http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/undergraduate/)
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