The course combines the acquisition of specific theoretical knowledge of the technical sports sector with the latest trends in the world of fashion. The didactic activities include a practical phase and visits interspersed with the planning phase and the review of work carried out.
The Final Project, which integrates all the knowledge acquired during the course, will be developed at a personal level, from the concept to its development, including the final presentation.
Provide specific knowledge so that students can develop professionally in a field as niche as sports footwear.
Develop content related to the design, development and production of sports footwear.
Create a collection of technical/sport casual footwear, understanding that, starting from a concept, an idea and a need, the evolution of the design process enables the best solution to be found in the final product.
Acquire solid foundations to professionally approach the world of sports fashion, from the knowledge, analysis and selection of technical materials, to the task of pattern making and means of production.
Identify and understand the technical properties of each material and fabric, shaping professionals with the capacity and sensitivity to transmit new values and concepts to their future clients.
Acquire knowledge in marketing and communication, market analysis, and the identification of users and needs.
Graduates in disciplines related to product, industrial and fashion design who want to specialise in the field of sports footwear, in particular in the technical and sport casual areas.
It is also aimed at those graduates and professionals with experience in areas related to production, such as pattern makers, technicians, product managers and production managers, or other similar disciplines, with an artistic and creative vision who want to specialise in the sports industry.
Sports footwear designers of technical and sport casual brands, both in the creative departments of sports brands as well as in production companies, or as independent designers undertaking their own projects.
Some of the professional areas are:
Sporting goods/sport casual brands and firms
Sports production companies in the sector
The educational planning for all IED Master courses is aligned with the criteria established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The IED Master program adopts a credit structure that follows the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). IED Master only awards its own private degrees.