If you’re currently responsible for processing payroll, do not have formal payroll training and are not certified, you may wonder if you should take the time to do so.
The Industrial Design Program offers a strong foundation of knowledge and skills for those who are interested in developing design solutions for the way people respond and relate to objects and prepares graduates to enter the Industrial & Product Design industry as an apprentice.
This intensive program teaches the core subjects including design principles, drafting foundations, CAD, prototyping and model making, manufacturing techniques and processes, with a strong emphasis on environmental and disability issues.
Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to develop their skills in photography, branding, business principles on cost and profitability, marketing and documentation.
Career opportunities for graduates of the Industrial Design program can include: