Industrial design degree

General

Program Description

Being an Industrial Designer UAG

He studied at the best university in Guadalajara

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You will be a professional with extensive knowledge in development of competitive products. You will realize related to innovation and high design value activities.

Have integrated vision of technologies, scientific and methodological aspects, focusing on production in terms of business or professional results.

Creates innovative products of high competitiveness

Desirably you have some of the following characteristics:

  • Creativity and imagination.
  • innovative spirit.
  • Leadership.
  • artistic sensibility.

The curriculum consists of 10 semesters (3 years, 4 months). When complete it will be able to continue and finish in a short time postgraduate studies in different areas of specialty or Masters offered by UAG within its flexible model, which giving you articulates the opportunity to get your automatic qualification Bachelor and your specialty in 1 semester and also earn credits to pursue your Master in less time. With this system you save time and you join the work force with better skills and academic degrees.

Curriculum

Degree in Industrial Design

The curriculum consists of 10 semesters (3 years, 4 months). When complete it will be able to continue and finish in a short time postgraduate studies in different areas of specialty or Masters offered by UAG within its flexible model, which giving you articulates the opportunity to get your automatic qualification Bachelor and your specialty in 1 semester and also earn credits to pursue your Master in less time. With this system you save time and you join the work force with better skills and academic degrees.

University education

  • LOGIC AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  • PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
  • PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE I
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE II
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE III
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE IV
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE V
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE VI

Basic formation

  • DESIGN BASICS
  • DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
  • RESEARCH METHODS
  • STROKE FOR BASIC DRAWING
  • INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN
  • DESIGN WORKSHOP METHODOLOGY
  • PRINCIPLES OF CREATIVITY
  • INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • BASIC MATH
  • FINANCIAL ENGINEERING
  • HISTORY OF ART
  • MARKETING
  • ADMINISTRATION, ACCOUNTING AND COSTS
  • PRODUCTIVITY
  • SOCIOECONOMICS

Disciplinary training

  • ERGONOMICS AND ANTHROPOMETRY
  • LABORATORY OF PAPER AND WOODS
  • COMPUTER AIDED TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • STROKE FOR ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • LABORATORY OF CERAMICS AND GLASS
  • DESIGN ENVELOPE
  • GEOMETRY PERSPECTIVE
  • COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
  • TECHNICAL REPRESENTATION CHROMATIC
  • LABORATORY OF METALS AND POLYMERS
  • ECO DESIGN
  • ADVANCED STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
  • DIMENSIONAL MODELING
  • ADVANCED TECHNICAL REPRESENTATION
  • LABORATORY OF JEWELRY, LEATHER AND TEXTILES
  • COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES PROJECT
  • SEMIOTICS
  • TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
  • MODELING REALÃ STICO
  • DIGITAL REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES
  • MODELS AND SIMULATORS
  • HISTORICAL CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • CUTTING-EDGE CREATIVITY
  • MECHANICAL MODELING
  • Prototypes and PROTOMAQUETAS
  • TRENDS GENERATING OF CREATIVITY
  • LABORATORY FOR ELECTRICAL MECHANICS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • PSYCHOLOGY OF PRODUCT
  • GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • DESIGNER AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  • LABORATORY pneumatics and hydraulics FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • Product Photography
  • LABORATORY AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGN

Vocational training

  • PRODUCT DESIGN USE COMMON UTILITY
  • WORKSHOP DESIGN AND PRODUCTION PROJECT
  • PRODUCT DESIGN WORKSHOP I
  • PRODUCT DESIGN WORKSHOP II
  • INTEGRAL DESIGN WORKSHOP I
  • INTEGRAL DESIGN WORKSHOP II
  • I TOPICAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
  • TOPICS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT II
  • I INTERNSHIPS
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II

Electives *

They must accumulate 20 credits (4 courses) preferably in the same area.

  • AIRBRUSHING, IMAGE AND DETAILED
  • AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMIZED
  • DYNAMICS AND MODELS
  • INTERIOR DESIGN AND ACCESSORIES
  • FIBERGLASS AND CARBON FIBER
  • MOLD AND PROCESS
  • Thermosets and elastomers
  • THERMOPLASTIC

Job opportunity

An independent, enterprising and flexible professional.

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You can desempeñarte in the following industries: mueblera, automotive, jewelry, tourism, leather goods and leather, among others.

You can access managers and making important decisions in any area of ​​work of industrial design jobs.

You will have a wide range of professional development in areas of production, design firms or as freelance.

Last updated January 2017

About the School

The University is proud to be thoroughly Mexican and, at the same time, to emphasize its orientation to international education. The UAG has some of the best educational facilities in the country, cov ... Read More

The University is proud to be thoroughly Mexican and, at the same time, to emphasize its orientation to international education. The UAG has some of the best educational facilities in the country, covering an area of more than 10 million square feet, distributed in 5 campuses in the area of Guadalajara city: Main Campus (C.U.), the Institute of Biological Sciences, the Health Sciences Campus, and the University in the Community (UNICO). The UAG also owns other campuses in the states of Colima, Nayarit and Tabasco. In addition, the UAG has two hospitals, one Experimental Agricultural Center and three university hotels and convention centers. Read less