The four-year B.S. Industrial Design program emphasizes conceptualization, design, and production of products for personal, home, industrial, and commercial use, ranging from domestic and consumer products to medical, entertainment, and more. Students learn to design and develop product concepts, visualize them using the latest computer technology, and build models in a well-equipped model shop or computer lab. Students learn presentation skills to demonstrate their creative and unique solutions. Advanced industrial design topics include ergonomics, materials and manufacturing, and marketing.

First Semester

0 ADSN 107 Shop Orientation
3 ADSN 103 2-D Design Principles
3 ADSN 105 Design Drawing I
3 ADSN 119 Introduction to Computer Apps I
3 ADSN 117 Survey of Art History I
3 Eng C101 Composition & Rhetoric
3 FYS C101 First Year Seminar

Second Semester

3 ADSN 108 3-D Design Principles
3 ADSN 110 Drawing/Drafting
3 ADSN 220 Introduction to Computer Apps II
3 ADSN 118 Survey of Art History II
3 Nat Sci Natural Sciences Core
3 SoSc C201 Social Sciences Core

Third Semester

3 IDDSN 255 Industrial Design Studio I
3 ADSN 205 Design Drawing III
3 IDDSN 215 Materials & Manufacturing I
2 ADSN 218S SolidWorks I
3 Nat Sci Natural Sciences Core

Fourth Semester

3 IDDSN 256 Industrial Design Studio II
3 ADSN 206 Design Drawing IV
3 IDDSN 216 Materials & Manufacturing II
2 ADSN 218A Rhino a
3 IDDSN 398 Internship

Fifth Semester

3 IDDSN 305 Industrial Design Studio III
3 ITDSN 309 Human Factors (3)
3 ITDSN 312 Furniture Design (3)
3 ADSN 231 Design Photography
3 ADSN 377 History of Modern Design
3 Hum C201 Humanities Core

Sixth Semester

3 IDDSN 306 Industrial Design Studio IV
3 ADSN 218w SolidWorks II
3 ADSN 357A Alias A
3 ITDSN 311 Exhibition Design (3)
3 Hum Humanities Core Elective
3 Math C105 Intermediate Algebra

Seventh Semester

3 IDDSN 355 Industrial Design Studio V
3 ADSN 357B Alias B
3 IDDSN 399 Special Projects
3 SoSc Social Sciences Core Elective
3 Caps C390 Capstone Seminar

Eighth Semester

3 IDDSN 356 Industrial Design Studio VI
3 ADSN 230 Video
3 ADSN 380 History of Architecture & Urbanism
4 Liberal Arts Free Elective(s)

SASD is an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the governing body of undergraduate and graduate art and design schools.

SASD Design Foundations
2-D Design Principles
3-D Design Principles
Design Drawing I
Design Drawing III
Design Drawing IV
Introduction to Computer Apps I
Introduction to Computer Apps II

Industrial Design Foundations
Materials & Manufacturing I
Materials & Manufacturing II
Industrial Design Electives
SolidWorks I
SolidWorks II
3D Max
Photography I
Exhibition Design
Special Projects
Furniture Design
UB Design Program Elective

Industrial Design Studios
Industrial Design Studio I
Industrial Design Studio II
Industrial Design Studio III
Industrial Design Studio IV
Industrial Design Studio V
Industrial Design Studio VI

SASD Art History
Survey of Art History I
Survey of Art History II
History of Modern Design
History of Industrial Design
(Hist of Graphic Design, Hist Mod. Art,
Hist Mod. Architecture & Urbanism)

UB Core
Composition & Rhetoric
Intermediate Algebra
Humanities Core
Humanities Core Elective
Social Sciences Core
Social Sciences Core Elective
Natural Sciences Core
Natural Sciences Core
First Year Seminar
Capstone Seminar

UB General Electives
Free Liberal Arts Elective

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