Bachelor of Industrial Design
The Industrial Design program from Humber College is project-based. Skills development is emphasized in years 1 and 2 and include visual presentation (manual and digital techniques), model making and computer-aided design (CAD).
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,960 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
Industrial designers are product designers. They create a wide variety of consumer products such as sports footwear, headphones, wearables and automobiles.
Our graduates are in high demand across industries for the practical skills gained through the program’s hands-on learning environment. These skills include sketching, digital graphic rendering, model-making and computer-aided design (CAD).
Many of your design projects will involve industry collaboration to ensure real-world relevance, rounded out with a work placement.
In the senior years of the Industrial Design program from Humber College, students will specialize in either vehicle design or product design. The thesis project (year 4) is the capstone of the program. Students propose a number of their own topics from which their final project is selected. Students conduct research to inform their design and then generate their design concept. Ergonomic models, detailed CAD models and a detailed ‘hard’ model are then generated. The whole process and the rationale used for design decisions is documented in their thesis report.
- Industrial Design Method
- Visual Communications
- 2D Design Principles
- Concept Modelmaking
- History of Design
- Technical Drawing
- 3D Design Principles
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Our program will give you a competitive advantage in finding employment. Humber graduates are in demand by employers not only for their design thinking, but for their skills such as:
- Digital graphics
- Computer-aided design