Industrial design is a multi-disciplinary field of study, which has a goal to create and object production. This can be done in combination with engineering and art fields. Industrial design study field aims to develop concepts and specifications of products and systems, optimize functionality, to improve appearance, which provide value and other benefits for users and manufacturers. Industrial designers must not only look into product functionality and appearance, but also they have to ensure user attractiveness and satisfaction of the product.
At Aalborg University, we offer a new master's programme called Sound and Music Computing. You can study in either Aalborg or Copenhagen. You will be trained to solve problems demanding deep technological insight as well as knowledge on the creative aspects and users. This combination makes the programme in Sound and Music Computing unique in Denmark, and competences in both the technical and creative area are much sought after. As an engineer in Sound and Music Computing, you will become an important player in the new information society. Through a combination of practice and theory in subjects such as data modelling, signal processing, pattern recognition, sound technology and –perception, cognition and interactive systems, you will obtain a solid background in a fast growing field. Annually, Denmark exports sound and music products for over €2 billion such as hearing aids, multimedia productions, music equipment, communication technology, hi-fi equipment, games development and measuring equipment, etc.
The Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) program is designed for practicing, mid-career engineers seeking professional advancement.
The Gradate Pathway in Industrial Engineering gives international students a chance to improve their English before continuing on to the master’s degree program at Oregon State University.
EDGE enables engineering professional, military members, and students worldwide to participate in courses, certificates, and degree programs from the UF College of Engineering. Engineers can earn a master’s degree at a time and place convenient to them through programs from UF EDGE. As an EDGE student, you view the same course lectures, complete the same assignments and exams as UF campus based engineering students.
The Master of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES) degree is designed for early to mid-career engineers who are assuming new roles and responsibilities in leading engine development projects. Engineers from companies that design and manufacture internal combustion engines of all sizes—from lawn mowers to diesel ship engines—will benefit.
The University of Florida’s online Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning program is designed to empower planning professionals with the practical knowledge to make more resourceful and long-term decisions, to find the balance between protection and change in their projects, to improve overall quality of life, and to apply new technologies.
Students may specialize in Engineering Product Design, Systems Design and Data-Driven Design. Engineering Product Design addresses the identification of consumer preferences and requirements, the evaluation of existing products and product families, and the development of innovative designs. Systems Design examines the role components play within systems and the optimization of systems as a whole. This includes defining and developing a variety of systems that satisfy user requirements. Data-Driven Design focuses on using data to motivate and inform design decisions and assess current product performance.
The new Master of Industrial & Systems Engineering (MISE) is a non-thesis degree designed for engineers, scientists, and mathematicians with at least two years of work experience in a technical environment who wish to excel as complex system thinkers in today's global business environment.
The Professional Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering program offers valuable resources for any engineer responsible for the oversight, creation, or operation of a complex system.
The Master's degree in HCDE prepares its graduates for professional and leadership roles in user experience research and design, interface design, interaction design and prototyping, product design, human-computer interaction, human centered engineering, and program management.
The Master’s Foundation Programme is available as a one, two or three-term programme, with guaranteed progression to a wide range of Computing, Engineering and Sciences Master’s degrees at the University of Sunderland. You will live and study your Foundation programme at our state-of-the-art Centre located at the heart of the University of Sunderland City campus.