Industrial designer

Industrial designer

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  • Program Info

    A bacheloru2019s degree in industrial design is usually required for most entry-level industrial design jobs, although in some cases a degree in architecture or engineering will also suffice. It is also important for industrial designers to have a professional portfolio with examples of their best design projects. Most design programs include the courses that industrial designers need in design: sketching, computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), industrial materials, and processes, chemical engineering, and manufacturing methods. Completing coursework in environmental studies and/or sustainability will help provide an important context for sustainable design. Many schools require successful completion of some basic art and design courses before entry into a bachelor's degree program. Applicants also may need to submit sketches and other examples of their artistic ability. Skills that are important for an industrial designer include creativity, three-dimensional visualization, critical thinking, active listening, and complex problem-solving. Stay up to date on the latest developments in green building through access tou00a0online coursesu00a0with an annual subscription to theu00a0USGBC course catalog.

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    Program Host: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

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What you’ll learn

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Career Training
Program Focus: Green design & construction
Outcomes: Credential
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