Coursework Planning – Master of Industrial Design

The Master of Industrial Design (MID) is a two-year program. It is advised that program core courses are taken in sequence, this is mandatory for Graduate Studios.

MID Year 1 (Fall Semester)

Courses Credits
ID 6100 – Intro to Graduate Education in Industrial Design 3 Credits
ID 6211 – Graduate Studio I 4 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits

MID Year 1 (Spring Semester)

Courses Credits
 ID 6101 – Human Centered Design 3 Credits
ID 6403 – Intro to Thesis Studies 3 Credits

ID 6213 – Grad Studio II: Interactive Products

4 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits

MID Year 2 (Fall Semester)

Courses Credits
ID 6216 – Service Design, Brand and Value Creation 3 Credits

ID 7000 – Master’s Thesis

OR

ID 6400 – Master’s Project

6 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits

MID Year 2 (Spring Semester)

Courses Credits

ID 7000 – Master’s Thesis

OR

ID 6400 – Master’s Project

6 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits
Elective Of Choice 3 Credits

Tentative Industrial Design Electives

Courses Credits
ID 6104 – Drawing 3 Credits
ID 6105 – Brand and Visual Design
 3 Credits
ID 6106 – 3D Design Visualization Method 3 Credits
ID 6107 – Integrated Product Design 3 Credits
ID 6108 – Survey of ID History 3 Credits
ID 6109 – Human Factors and Ergonomics 3 Credits
CS 6460 – Educational Technology 3 Credits
CS 6750 – Human-Computer Interaction 3 Credits
ECE 6001 – Technology Entrepreneurship 3 Credits