Design is multidisciplinary. It plays a part in everything you interact with in your daily life - the devices you use, the stores you shop in, the benches you sit on, the cities you inhabit. They were all designed for a particular purpose. While design touches more fields than can be listed here, design thinking applies to all of them. Design thinking is a method of developing understanding, brainstorming ideas, evaluating concepts with prototypes, and iterating. Want to learn more? Check out the list of courses below.
You’ll find that although this list covers a wide range of subjects, all of them share the goal of understanding issues, solving problems, and improving the experiences of people everywhere. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, take some of these design classes, check out the design minor, and feel free to contact us with questions.