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Undergraduate Course in Transportation Design

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  • Program tanımları
    Transportation Design.
    Undergraduate Courses - Barcelona.

    The Undergraduate Degree in Transportation Design (240 ECTS) provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop mobility solutions in the broadest sense, ranging all the way from designing the inside and outside of a motorbike, car, aeroplane, train or boat to all kinds of accessories and associated services.

    The course teaches transport design students a versatile, multidisciplinary and innovative approach which will allow them to come up with ideas that factor in the user, the environment, ergonomics and social value.

    CREDITS: 240
    DURATION: 4 YEARS
    ATTENDANCE: FULL-TIME
    LANGUAGE: ENGLISH


    Methodology.

    The degree offers a formative path that teaches students to comprehend and anticipate the market exigences, interceding with business intentions and translating them in a defined project than can be manufactured. It boosts the relevance of concept, in order to foresee the trends and styles of consumption, thanks to the comprehension of market exigences and social needs.

    Also, the course brings knowledge on production materials and technology in order to bring projects to life. Beyond the theoretical comprehension of the project, students focus on analysing technologies, function, ergonomics and usability.

    Objectives.

    The first year of this degree is focused on acquiring basic concepts of design, culture and project methods. Students learn to dare to create and communicate.

    The second year is concentrated on developing one’s own creativity individually, and starting to study specialization-related tools such as: packaging, clay, Key sketch, Chartpaks felt tip pen, Alias and graphic communication.

    The third year means the beginning of collaborations with companies and new, more technical and complex projects, with prototypes and real costs. Students begin to study production systems and models. 

    During the fourth year students study A-class surfaces, animation and video. They take a compulsory internship in a company and each one chooses a professional profile. Creative management acquires a great relevance through project management and rethinking, modifying and refining projects to respond properly to users’ and market’s needs. Lastly, the degree final project is developed in collaboration with real companies, where prototypes are produced. In successful cases, those prototypes will evolve and manufacture to be launched into the market.

    Job Opportunities.

    Car interior and exterior designers, motorcycles, ships, aeronautical sector, public transportation, color&trim, etc.


    Subjects.

    1.
    PROJECT FOUNDATION I
    REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES I
    PROJECT COMMUNICATION I
    REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES II
    INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
    SCIENCE APPLIED TO DESIGN
    COLOUR AND FORM
    PROJECT FOUNDATION II
    PROJECT COMMUNICATION II
    TECHNICAL DRAWING I
    SOCIOLOGY
    VOLUME I
    HISTORY OF ARTS AND DESIGN

    2. 
    COMPUTER TOOLS FOR PRODUCTS I
    ERGONOMICS PROJECT
    TECHNICAL PROJECT
    REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCT DESIGN I
    HISTORY OF PRODUCT DESIGN
    STYLING PROJECT
    VOLUME FOR PRODUCT DESIGN
    MULTIDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP I
    INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT I
    DOMESTIC PROJECT
    TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCT DESIGN I
    SEMIOTICS
    PACKAGE PROJECT
    TECHNICAL DRAWING FOR PRODUCT DESIGN I

    3.
    TWO WHEELS PROJECT
    PROJECT COMMUNICATION FOR PRODUCT DESIGN I
    TRENDS
    NAUTICAL PROJECT
    COMPUTER TOOLS FOR TRANSPORTATION DESIGN
    LAB FOR PRODUCT DESIGN I
    TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCT DESIGN II
    MULTIDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOPS II
    EXTERIOR PROJECT
    PROJECT COMMUNICATION FOR TRANSPORTATION DESIGN I
    PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
    MARKETING

    4. 
    PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP
    INTERIOR DESIGN TRANSPORTATION PROJECT
    MOBILITY PROJECT
    PROJECT DESIGN MANAGEMENT
    PROJECT COMMUNICATION FOR PRODUCT DESIGN II
    LAB FOR PRODUCT DESIGN II
    MULTIDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP III
    FINAL PROJECT


    Educational model.

    Four schools for 4 creative worlds.
    The design matrix takes the form of the four IED Schools: Design, Fashion , Visual Arts and IED Management.
    Each IED location houses four completely independent schools: what unites them is the common denominator of design culture and shared inspiring principles.

    IED teaching methods require that all the schools:
    • forge strong bonds with the local production and operation systems in their regions;
    • interface with their benchmark sectors;
    • evolve depending on the growth standards of their underlying markets and professional situations.

    For these reasons, rather than just keeping in step with their times, the IED training courses are often thriving trend anticipators. IED represents a conceptual innovation hub. A number of professionals from a variety of backgrounds come together to provide the input for a cross-fertilisation between areas and disciplines. The outcome is excellence. Evidence of this value is found in IED’s essential role in such leading events as Milan Salone del Mobile and Milan Fashion Week.

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