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Industrial Design Courses

 

School of Art, Design and Art History

 

All INDU courses are restricted to declared art, art history, graphic design, and interior design/architecture majors during the fall and spring semesters. During May and summer sessions, INDU courses are open to all students who meet the additional stated course prerequisites. Non-majors wishing to enroll in an INDU course during the fall and spring semesters may request permission of the instructor.


INDU/IARC 220. CAD: 3D Modeling.

3 credits.
This course will introduce students to principles used in 3D Cad and BIM modeling. Technologies to draw three dimensionally on the computer will be considered as a discipline within itself, and students will be instructed to use the machine for design exploration. Various software packages will be utilized during the semester.


INDU 390. Independent Studies in Industrial Design.

1-3 credits. Offering varies.
Independent activity at the intermediate level, such as research or studio practice, under faculty supervision. Projected studies in any area of the school's offering must be arranged with the instructors who will direct them. Offered only with the consent of the instructor.


INDU 392. Topics in Industrial Design.

3 credits.
Study of selected topics in art, art history, graphic design, interior design, or industrial design at the intermediate level. May be repeated when course content changes. See MyMadison for current topics.


INDU 490. Independent Studies Industrial Design.

1-3 credits, repeatable. Offering varies.
Independent activity, such as research or studio practice, under faculty supervision. Projected studies in any area of the school's offering must be arranged with the instructors who will direct them. Offered only with consent of the instructor.


INDU 491. Studio Assistant.

1-3 credits, repeatable. Offering varies.
An on-campus program monitored on an individual basis designed to provide practical studio experience in the visual arts. Students will learn safe studio practices and management skills, including material use, inventory control and the proper operation of equipment found within various individual classroom studios. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.


INDU 492. Topics in Industrial Design.

3 credits. Offering varies.
Study of selected topics in industrial design at the advanced level. May be repeated when course content changes. See MyMadison for current topics.


INDU 496. Internship in Industrial Design.

1-8 credits.
An off-campus program prepared and monitored on an individual basis. Internships are designed to provide practical experience in the arts. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.

 

 

 

 

 

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