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3730. Industrial Design: Digital Fabrication

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: 1000 level course(s) in the major: ART 1010 or 1030; DMD 1001 and 1102; ENGR 1166; others by instructor consent. Recommended preparation: basic proficiency in Illustrator, CAD, or similar computer modeling programs.

Grading Basis: Graded

Introduces students to established and emerging technologies in the context of art and design practice, to expand their technical and creative capacities. Students will study and train on current industry standard software programs as well as learn to design for and with additive and subtractive manufacturing methods utilized extensively in the fields of art, design, and engineering. Enrollment is capped at 10 students per class, per semester to ensure adequate space for individual coursework, and manage workflow within the classroom based on current technology and equipment capabilities of the department.