Students graduating from the Degree course in Industrial Product Design will have strong knowledge of design disciplines; they will be familiar with formal and functional product representation (manual and technical drawing, photography and three dimensional product modeling) and have a good grasp of the different techniques of production of digital techniques of production of digital images, visual languages, the perspective mechanisms.
Graduates will have a firm understanding of technologies for the transformation of products into prototypes and after that their industrial production. Historical context and knowledge of traditional techniques are also important, allowing students to critically evaluate products and their evolution with an eye to semiotics and aesthetics, sociology and psychology. The most important modules comprise of a project in order to allow the student to experience different parts of the development of a product and develop vital problem solving skills. This ensures the graduate has the competencies to undertake various tasks, from product and system engineering to mass production and market penetration.