Industrial Design B.A.

The Bachelor’s programme in Industrial Design begins with the design fundamentals which introduce the processes and methods of design and prepare students for the study focus of Constructive Design, Methodolgical Design and Interface Design in projects, practical courses and seminars. At the same time, the first two terms offer students a forum to orientate themselves to develop their talents and individual work methods and thus to develop the ability to act and decide. Experimental and explorative approaches are tried and tested in addition to rational and planning procedures. Teaching is divided into several short practical courses and design projects which form the design basics. They are supplemented by graphic and spatial fundamentals (sketching and drawing, sculptural design, colour theory, typography and layout), by courses in analogue and digital methods of presentation and by the teaching of the academic fundamentals of the history of culture and design.


Prof. Dr. Bettina Möllring
T 0431 / 5198 – 427, E