The undergraduate curriculum in Industrial Design not only aims to train creative and entrepreneurial industrial designers who are sensitive about social and environmental concerns, but also to ensure that students learn by discovering, research and having a multilayered and flexible thinking system.
In the freshman year, the students take courses which they learn the basic principles of design and gain basic skills;
The sophomore year curriculum is composed of a major focus on design studios together with supporting courses on materials, manufacturing methods, human factors and design history;
In the junior year, the students take design studios, courses on design strategy and management, courses such as marketing and entrepreneurship from the other departments of the university and courses according to their interest areas;
The senior year consists of a major focus on the design studio and the graduation studio together with supportive courses such as portfolio design, design protection, legal issues and also courses on the interest areas of the students.