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Undergraduate Catalog 2020-21 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ART 1600 - Design Seminar


This course provides an overview of the product development process. It focuses on the design process (which includes, but is not limited to: process definition, research, analysis, ideation, articulation, development, feedback, iteration, testing, and production). Lectures will explore current trends and issues in the field. Students will learn about the history of product design, design concepts, and methodology through discussions. In addition, the course will investigate the movements in the history of product design and the development of materials. production, technologies, consumption and other social and cultural concerns that impact the field. Historical and contemporary case studies will be examined and analyzed.

Prerequisites & Corequisites: Prerequisites: ART 1040, ART 1080, and either (ART 2200 or ART 2210 or ART 2220 or ART 2230.) A grade of “C” or better is required in all prerequisites.

Credits: 1 hour

Restrictions: Restricted to majors in Product Design.

Notes: Repeatable for credit, minimum of 4 hours required.
When Offered: Spring



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