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 Introduction to Design
Basic Design Interactive Product Design System Design Presentation Technique Design Methods Graduation Design Studio I Computer-aided Design Software Prototyping Portfolio & Exhibition Design Graphic Design Moving Image Design Fall Semester Idea & Expression Product Design User Experience Design Graduation Design Studio II Interaction Prototyping Human Factors for Design Design Entrepreneurship Photo Techniques Interface Design Undergraduate CFT Seminar Design Engineering Moving Image Design Interactive Software Design Information Design Graduation Research
Graduation ResearchFor advanced major or students who are following major course requirements in 2015 or earlier, Graduation Design Studio I and II aligned with Graduation Research are mandatory; therefore, they cannot replace their Graduation Research with URP-B.
URP-BStudents who are not belonging to either of the above category (i.e. students who are following major course requirements in 2016 or later, and not advanced major) can apply URP-B for their research credit.
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