|14 Mar, 2020||Form Submission| Mode: online|
|25 Apr, 2018||Form Submission| Mode: online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
The Master of Design Building Products and Systems program synthesizes a cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural approach with strong emphasis on the hands-on experimentation working in collaboration with emergent technologies and industrial partnerships. The goal of this program is to provide future product designers with thorough knowledge and skills in the field of industrial design: specifically, the design of products which are part of built spaces. The program builds on the human-centered design approach to problem-solving, starting with the people one is designing for and ends with new creative solutions balancing aesthetics, product performance, sustainability and ease of manufacturing.
The course is spread over four semesters, each emphasizing a specific aspect of the discipline of building product design. The curriculum enables a student to develop analytical and practical skills within a specific domain area working closely with industrial and non-industrial processes. During study, students will dwell into diverse courses covering knowledge about structures, manufacturing processes, design aesthetics, form making, craft techniques, design detailing, system design, Design management, intellectual property rights, patents, design thinking. The students will work closely with an industry (organized or unorganized sector) to develop their final design project in the last semester. In addition to the studio courses, students are also required to take mandatory courses, seminars and workshops.
- Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture or Design (Industrial Design, Furniture Design, Exhibition Design) or equivalent, awarded upon completion of a course of minimum four years duration, OR
- Bachelor’s degree in Architecture recognized by the Council of Architecture, OR
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Technology (five-year program) or BE (Civil), BE(Mechanical), BE(Production), OR
- Diploma in Interior Design of four years duration (12 + 4), provided that the program is considered equivalent to a four-year degree program by the Equivalence Committee of CEPT University.
Note: Minimum of 55% aggregate marks for General category candidates and 50% aggregate marks for reserved categories candidates.