Design (Evening Classes)
The Master in Design provides a high level, specialized training in the area of Design, seeking to meet the current needs of the market and society and to interface between applied research in Design and business, industrial and cultural growth
The course's curriculum dovetails with the initial studies in the undergraduate Degree in Design and is concurrent with the specialised, post-graduate programmes in this area. This degree trains future professionals via co-operation agreements, projects and work placements in the industry, and national and international educational partners, The Master in Design aims at specialising students from creative arts by bolstering a mastery which integrates technique, project practice and theory, and by raising students' awareness and confidence in Design ideas and professional practice. It also seeks to support the growth of the region's industry and of applied research, thus allowing students to advance their careers as Designers.
|Project II||1||Summer Semester|
|Design History and Criticism||1||Summer Semester|
|Research Methodologies for Design||1||Summer Semester|
|Design Production and Practice||1||Winter Semester|
|Personal Design Project (Project I)||1||Winter Semester|
|Final Project / Thesis / Work placement||2||Annual|
- Graphic Designer / Communication Designer;
- Creative Director;
- Brand Identity Design Manager;
- Communication Design Consultant;
- Interior Designer;
- Exhibition and Event Designer;
- Furniture Designer;
- Equipment Designer;
- Service Designer.
Those with a bachelor degree (180 ECTS) or its academic equivalent;
Graduates with a foreign higher education degree, awarded upon completion of a 1st study cycle, organised according to the Bologna model by a State that has adhered to this Process;
Graduates with a foreign education degree recognised by the Technical-Scientific Council as meeting the learning objectives set for a bachelor degree;
Those with an academic, scientific and/or professional curriculum recognised as proof of the candidates preparedness for this study cycle;
Those with an Honours degree (300 ECTS) or its academic equivalent.
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