Industrial Design Technology

Degree Type
Associate of Science

This program is not currently accepting new students.

HTI's Industrial Design Technology degree program prepares you for an entry-level position in industrial design. You'll master design fundamentals with courses in drawing, 2D design, 3D design, engineering design, and manufacturing principles. Emphasis is placed on math and physical sciences, and English and social sciences broaden and improve communication skills. Graduates have the foundation to pursue a bachelor’s degree or opportunities for life-long learning or professional development.

Do you have questions? Contact Susan Haas, department chair, at shaas@ccsnh.edu or 603-603-230-4000 x4113.

Admission Requirements

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Career Information

Students who complete this program can enter into entry-level positions in the field of industrial design.

Curriculum

First Year

Fall Semester 
Item #
Title
Lecture Hours
Lab Hours
Credits
Subtotal Credits
12
6
15
Spring Semester
Item #
Title
Lecture Hours
Lab Hours
Credits
Science elective  +
3 - 4
0 - 2
3 - 4
Subtotal Credits
13-14
8-10
16-17

Second Year

Fall Semester 
Item #
Title
Lecture Hours
Lab Hours
Credits
Subtotal Credits
15
6
17
Spring Semester
Item #
Title
Lecture Hours
Lab Hours
Credits
Subtotal Credits
12
3
13
Total Credits
61-62
Additional Information
Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates are able to:

  • Employ design research that contributes to the definition and solution of design problems.
  • Apply principles of engineering, basic science, math, and psychology to formulate creative design solutions for a given problem, creating rough and finished concept sketches assessing those concepts and selecting the most appropriate final design.
  • Demonstrate proficient skills in sketching and rendering with appropriate media, technical drawing, 3-D physical and computer modeling, and prototyping. 
Faculty