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GRADUATE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

 

3D Development 2 (IND-571)

Intermediate level form and surface development utilizing rapid prototyping methods with CAD and manual tools and process

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

3D Development 3 (IND-601)

Prototype development of a high performance scale racing vehicle in competitive teams and development and deployment of an annual event ( Formula E)

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

3D Develpment 1 (IND-551)

Basics of form and surface development utilizing rapid prototyping methods with CAD and manual tools and process.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

3rd Term Progress Review (IND-500)

The 3rd term progress review involves a one on one meeting with the department chair and sometimes with core faculty to review student progress to date, identify and discuss student concerns, challenges and opportunities for the remaining terms of the program. Students are provided with clear recommendations for areas of improvement and action.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

5th Term Progress Review (IND-600)

The 5th term progress review involves a one on one meeting with the department chair and typically with other thesis project faculty to review student progress to date, identify and discuss student concerns, challenges and opportunities especially regarding final thesis project progress and individual plans for graduation. Students must show significant progress on their thesis project including a clear direction for development work to be done in the final M6 term to pass the review. Students with ambiguous plans or insufficient progress on the M5 research phase of the two term thesis project will fail the review and are required to retake the M5 thesis class and repeat the 5th term progress review with a passing grade before being able to register for classes in the M6 term. Students that receive a passing grade in this review are expected to remain on track with their selected project direction. Students may change direction after this point but must repeat the 5th term thesis and progress review if they choose to do so.

Prerequisite: IND-500
Course Credit: 0

Completed Thesis (IND-700)

A Pass in this course means the student has submitted the thesis and the thesis has been approved by the department. This is the final requirement for graduation.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

Design Investigations (IND-608)

Research process theory applied to particular study topics such as understanding of the tools, process, and behavior of an expert

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Design for Health (IND-512)

Design for Health Studio is a course for the purpose of creating for good healthpersonal, community, national and internationalthrough design and design methodology. Ranging in scope from the least powerful constituencies among us to multi-national industry, Design for Health Studio will create projects, products, systems and strategies using assessment criteria to assess value to people and society. We will research and realize products, systems, issues relating to health through class-designed projects with tangible, published results.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Entrepreneur Methodology (IND-605)

Vocabulary, process and methodology for developing the business aspects of innovations by entrepreneurs both inside and outside of organizations

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Entrepreneur Studio (IND-606)

Development of business plans and proposals for the thesis projects of graduation candidates

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Industrial Design Internship (IND-900)

Approved Internship for credit

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

Innovations W Drucker & Art Ce (IND-611)

This 7 week lecture and studio class, co listed with the Drucker Graduate School of Management, will team faculty and students from both colleges to take on the concept development phases of a strategic innovation project. Elective, enrollment by interview and with approval of department chair.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

M1 Studio (IND-501)

Tactical Design projects applying an iterative design approach and scope: design research, problem identification, experimentation, iterative concept development, design development, and presentation of solutions.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

M2 Studio (Tactical Design) (IND-521)

Tactical design projects emphasizing development to a proof of concept prototype including: research, problem identification, experimentation, iterative concept development, design development, presentation of solutions and implementation

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

M3 Studio (IND-557)

System Design - Students in competetive teams take on three different projects and present conceptual business models to a review boards of professional experts and potential investors.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

M3 Studio Presentation Workshp (IND-558)

Students develop insights about their presentation skills and preferred work style in a team context and then develop new skills and capabilities in both areas.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

M4 Studio (Sponsored Project) (IND-651)

Typically Industry sponsored design projects including: research, problem identification,experimentation, iterative concept development, design development, and presentation of solutions.

Prerequisite: IND-500
Course Credit: 3

M5 Studio (Thesis) (IND-681)

Thesis project development.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

M6 Studio (Thesis) (IND-682)

Thesis project development

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials & Methods 1 (IND-505)

Familiarity with Art Center tools, materials and processes for modeling fabrication and prototyping.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials & Methods 2A (IND-530)

Development of abilities and knowledge for 3D modeling, fabrication, materials and methods.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials & Methods 2B (IND-531)

Development of abilities and knowledge for 3D modeling, fabrication, materials and methods.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials & Methods 3A (IND-540)

Development of abilities and knowledge for 3D modeling, fabrication, materials and methods. ( includes Krystina seminars)

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials & Methods 3B (IND-541)

Development of abilities and knowledge for 3D modeling, fabrication, materials and methods. ( includes Krystina seminars)

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Materials and Methods 2 (IND-556)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Prod Desgn for the Devel World (IND-612)

This class operates in parallel and in support of Art Center students participating in the Cal Tech class E/ME 105, Products for the Developing World Fall 2011. This CalTech course will begin with a trip to India with students from Caltech and Art Center in August. We are visiting Saintgits College of Engineering and Saintgits Institute of Management in Kerala where we will join with Indian students in researching the needs of local villagers. These ideas will then be addressed in the Fall Quarter as we jointly create products for the Developing World.The Teams will be mixed Indian and American. The Fall classes are teleconferenced between Kerala and Pasadena in a virtual classroom.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Sparks and Connections (IND-507)

Students work as a team to develop case studies of innovation that support a rationale and answer to the question: "How many and what are the different innovation process story archetypes?".

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Special Projects Studio (IND-581)

In the event of two sponsored projects this would be instead of the elective. Industry sponsored design projects including: research, problem identification, experimentation, iterative concept development, design development, & presentation of solutions.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Strategic Design Studio 6 (IND-654)

Students research, define and publish an evolving set of project and activity priorities for the design field and the department. Resulting topics guide the definition of thesis project activities for graduation candidates.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 6

Studio Elective Indstrl Design (IND-510)

A studio course in Industrial Design addressing a specific project or issue each term. This course may be repeated with a different focus.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio Elective Indstrl Design (IND-511)

A studio course in Industrial Design addressing a specific project or issue each term. This course may be repeated with a different focus.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio Independent Study (IND-975)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

System Design Research (IND-555)

Research process theory applied to a specific term long project.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Thesis Continuation (IND-699)

Required for all students finished with their course work but still working on completing their thesis. Required every semester until thesis is completed and approved.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

Visual Form 1 (IND-503)

Universal principles of design. Theory lectures & projects that apply & show performance of understanding in drawings, digital, & print media.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visual Form 2 (IND-533)

Universal principles of design . Theory lectures and projects with typography, layout, and graphic design in electronic and print media. Assignments overlap with Design Dimensions 2, Design Investigations, and System Design Studio 1

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visual Form 3 (IND-602)

Narrative & story telling structure for writing, presentation & design.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visualization 1 (IND-502)

Development of a rich 3D visual perception vocabulary through lectures on 3D perception theory, rigorous visualization exercises with digital & analog drawing & rendering techniques, & extensive detailed critique.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visualization 2 (IND-552)

Weelky visualization exercises & an introduction to fundamental business dimensions through readings & discussion.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visualization 3 (IND-610)

Visualization techniques and development of strategy and ideas for the concurrent System Design Studio.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visualization 4 (IND-671)

Development of strategy & ideas for the concurrent M4 Studio project.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Visualization CG Lab (IND-652)

Development of rendering skills utilizing "Photoshop" software for topics covered in Visualization 1 (IND-502).

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Workshop 5 (IND-670)

Students research and refine the communications design and formal aspects of their final projects and individual portfolios and presentations. The class also develops and executes a plan for graduation show.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Workshop 5 (IND-604)

Thesis level students define and publish an evolving set of project and activity priorities for the design field and the department. Resulting topics guide the definition of their individual thesis efforts.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Workshop 6 (IND-672)

Students research and refine the communications design and formal aspects of their final projects and individual portfolios and presentations. The class also develops and executes a plan for graduation show.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

   
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