Thinking about a career in Industrial Design?

When you already have a bachelor’s degree in building design, interior design, architecture or civil engineering, you might wonder what type of degree you should earn next in order to advance your career. If you have not yet considered an industrial design masters degree, now is the time to do so. At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, our programs are set up to help you grow as a professional and as a person. We select courses and faculty members that will prepare you for a successful future in industrial design.

Our courses encompass a wide range of subjects. From learning about the history of industrial design to understanding how the environment impacts the design of buildings, we have thought of it all. We pair coursework and individual studies with projects that pair you with faculty, design firms in the area and other students. This helps you to get a real-world glimpse at what the future could hold for you in the field of industrial design.

We facilitate the personal growth and development of our students. We aim to help you learn, discover and thrive. Although the industrial design is a competitive field, we have found that our students are exceedingly well-prepared for a wide variety of employment opportunities. If you have dreams of opening your own design firm, moving to an international location and working with a firm elsewhere or staying local and working with one of the top design firms here, we are ready to help you achieve your personal and professional goals for success.

When you are ready to earn an industrial design masters degree, contact us at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. You can also visit us online at http://www.SAIC.edu to check out our master’s degree programs, course offerings and faculty biographies.

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