Industrial Design

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Industrial Design
Bachelor of Science
Published June 1, 2016

Student Learning Outcomes

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Basic Skills: Graduates will demonstrate the ability to implement design principles that can be practically applied to current industry standards.

Process Skills:
Graduates will demonstrate how products work and how they are manufactured. Design products that accommodate the capabilities and the needs of the intended user population.

Technology and Production:
Graduates will select and use appropriate industrial design tools, software, materials and techniques.

Communication: Graduates will demonstrate the ability to articulate the vision behind their creative work and explain and promote their solutions. Model the interdependence of content and visual expression and evaluate and critique their ideas.

Professional Practice:
Graduates will exhibit professionalism through their comprehension and application of ergonomic research, intellectual property law, social responsibility, marketing strategies, project management and the team dynamic.

Program Courses


ART1331C Drawing and Anatomy
ETD1106C Mechanical Drawing
ETD2320C Computer Aided Drafting
ETD2343C Computer Aided Modeling
IDD1031C Drawing and Rendering
IDD1032C Industrial Rendering
IDD1033C Advanced Industrial Rendering
IDD1100C Introduction to Industrial Design
IDD1101C Product Design
IDD1130C Exhibit Design
IDD1200C Modelmaking
IDD1310C Materials and Processes
IDD1400 History of Industrial Design
IDD1520C Development of Form
IDD1600C Human Factors in Design
IDD2220C Model Shop
IDD3020C Computer Aided Industrial Design
IDD3045C Computer Design and Graphics
IDD3102C Intermediate Product Design
IDD3103C Advanced Product Design
IDD3140C Environmental Design
IDD3151C Packaging and Point of Purchase Design
IDD3300C Structural Design
IDD3320C Principles of Mechanical Engineering
IDD3601C Anatomy Drawing for Industrial Design
IDD4022C Advanced Computer Application
IDD4900C Graduate Project Application & Defense
IDD4905C Graduate Project Research and Programming
IDD4910C Industrial Design Portfolio
IDD4950C Industrial Design Portfolio Preparation
IND1020C Design Fundamentals
IND1024C Design Basics/Color
IND1403C Drawing Types
SLS3355 Professional Development
SLS4943 Internship – Bachelor


ARH2000 Art Appreciation
BSC1001 Fundamentals of Biological Science
ISC1004 or Fundamentals of Physical Science
MET1001 or Weather and Climate
OCB1010 or Marine Biology
OCE2001 or Oceanography
PHY2020 or Foundations of Physics
CGS1160C Computer Science
CLP1006 Psychology of Personal Effectiveness
COM1041 Interpersonal Communication
COM1442 or Team Effectiveness
ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENC1101 English Composition
ENC1102 Introduction to Literature
LIT1020 or The Short Story
LIT3132 or Arthurian literature
LIT3326 or Fairytales and Archetypes
ENC1145 Topics for Composition
MGF1211 General College Math
MAC1105 or College Algebra
MAD1104 or Discrete Math
PHI3800 Principles of Aesthetics
PHY2020 Foundations of Physics
SPC1608 Principles of Public Speaking
SYG2000 Introduction to Sociology
PSY2012 or Introduction to Psychology
WOH2012 Ancient and Medieval Civilizations
WOH2022 or Modern and Post-Modern Civilizations

Three General Education Elective Courses

Credits Required 111

Credits Required 54


Program Electives


Five Program Elective Courses

Credits Required 15

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Note: The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.