Campus Industrial Design Graduate Programs & Graduate Schools
Looking to gain more advanced skills in industrial design? If so, a campus-based industrial design graduate program may be a good option for you! Industrial designers combine engineering, art and business to create concepts for products that people use on a daily basis. This involves things like examining user experience and function; sketching out ideas or creating computer renderings for products; creating physical prototypes of designs; evaluating product safety and experience; and researching consumers. Learn more about local college campus graduate degrees in Anthropology today!
What are the benefits of choosing a product design graduate program on campus? Being in an actual classroom may make it easier to connect with other students and interact with instructors. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the available student services at your school of choice!
Just filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find industrial design schools in your desired area. Then, filter your campus search by degree for Campus Masters Programs in Industrial Design or On-Campus Ph.D. Doctorate Programs in Industrial Design. If you’re just starting out you may want to consider a Campus-Based Graduate Certificate in Industrial Design.
- Brooklyn, NYBrooklyn, NY
Design education imparts many things, however it does not typically provide training in the leadership, team building, strategy, finance, marketing, operations and other skills necessary to effectively lead a design department or to run a business.
- Brooklyn, NY
- Norwich, United KingdomNorwich, United Kingdom
Norwich University College of the Arts
- Malmoe, SwedenMalmoe, Sweden
- Pilani, IndiaPilani, India
Birla Institute of Technology and Science
- Tempe, AZTempe, AZ
Arizona State University
- Lappeenranta, FinlandLappeenranta, Finland
Lappeenranta University of Technology
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Illinois Institute of Technology
The Master of Design Methods (MDM) is a nine month (or 2-3 year part-time) executive master's degree.
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University)
he M.S. in Industrial Design will prepare you for entrepreneurial work in the field, or for a position in a corporate design department or design consulting firm.
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology
A project-oriented program, requiring research into design methods and technologies.
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
New School, The
This innovative graduate program will prepare designers to negotiate the seemingly contradictory forces at play at all scales of the growing field of product design and making.
- Seoul, KoreaSeoul, Korea
Myong Ji University
The Graduate School was established in 1967 with 36 departments for the master's program and 27 for the Ph.D. program. A total of 2,416 degrees (2,050...
- Bangalore, IndiaBangalore, India
Indian Institute of Science
- Karlstad, SwedenKarlstad, Sweden
- Providence, RIProvidence, RI
Rhode Island School of Design
- Dublin, IrelandDublin, Ireland
National College of Art and Design
Programme will provide opportunities for education and research in the design of products and services for health.
- Shanghai, ChinaShanghai, China
Shanghai Jiaotong University
- Seoul, KoreaSeoul, Korea
Kyung Hee University
Founded in 1954, the Graduate School aims to produce true scholars who, through continuous study of advanced theories and their application to practic...
- Tokyo, JapanTokyo, Japan
Musashino Art University
- Kobe, JapanKobe, Japan
Kobe Design University
- Ishikawa, JapanIshikawa, Japan
Kanazawa College of Art
- Liverpool, United KingdomLiverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool John Moores University
Liverpool John Moores University, (or JMU as we are known by ourfriends) is one of the largest universities in the United Kingdom. We have more than 2...
- Liverpool, United Kingdom
- Aberdeen, United KingdomAberdeen, United Kingdom
Robert Gordon University, The
The course develops managerial and interpersonal skills necessary for the management of the design process.
- Hong Kong, Hong KongHong Kong, Hong Kong
Open University of Hong Kong, The