Trasportation DesignStart date: March 2013 | Duration: 400 hours | Language: Portuguese
IED São Paulo’s Master Programme in Transportation Design prepares students to work in the competitive transportation sector, with particular focus on the automobile segment, but not limited to it. The course qualifies students to develop their own innovative and creative solutions based on sustainability.
The students will have the opportunity to develop real projects following market parameters, according to the "knowledge & know-how" approach, which has characterized the IED since its foundation in Milan, in 1966.
IED São Paulo’s Graduate Programme in Transportation Design is divided into three phases. The first phase comprehends advanced understanding of the Design principles and their main methodologies, such as the Design Thinking. In the second phase, the students are encouraged to combine their creativity with the search for innovation as a competitive differential. In the last phase, the strategic management is the focus. The management of projects and advanced planning are transversal topics developed to deeper levels in all disciplines of specialization, with a strong practical focus.
The Transportation Designer graduated from IED São Paulo is a highly specialized professional and can work in the several segments of the Transportation Industry (automotive, nautical, aircrafts, public transportation, etc.) in the fields of project, research, and development of new products and services, management of teams, and marketing. These professionals will have full understanding of the dynamics of this market in order to produce innovation by means of creative and efficient solutions, which are critical for their background.
Fields of Study
Culture: History of Automotive Design, Sociocultural Trends, Eco-Sustainability, Semiotic Studies.
Techniques and Technology: Representation Techniques (Sketch), Rendering, Modeling, Strategic Planning, Materials, Ergonomics, Virtual Reality, Transportation Design.
Projects: Transportation Design, Final Project.
Hours: 400 hours.