A Two-Year Program Leading to the A.S. Degree
If you drive it, fly it, play with it, listen to it, work with it, wear it, watch it, write with it, throw it, hit something with it, cook with it, build with it, machine with it, draw with it, farm with it, wash with it, sit on it, even eat with it, chances are very strong that a designer (not an engineer) designed it.
This program prepares students for positions in the design field of consumer products and manufacturing tooling. It is an exciting career that is both challenging and rewarding because you are involved in design and development of new ideas and new products. Graduates of this program are highly sought by many different types of employers.
Major Program Requirements
University Core Curriculum Requirements
Recommended Sequence of Courses
- ENGL 101 - English Composition I 3 hrs
- Humanities, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Writing, or Fitness/Wellness Elective 6 hrs
- 100-level or higher Mathematics (MATH or MATT) Elective 3 hrs
- DRAF Elective 1 hr
Program Enrichment Courses
Any student successfully completing the following recommended courses will gain additional skills expected in the industry.