Bachelor of Science (Hons) Product Design DT001
- Level 8
- 4 Years
- Bolton Street
- School of Mechanical and Design Engineering
- College of Engineering and Built Environment
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Designers play a vital role in the development cycle of both industrial and domestic design. They integrate the creative process with the ability to Design for Manufacture. Their goal is to meet and continuously adjust design concepts to take account of engineering and manufacturing requirements. Their creative ability supports their companies continued success while their technological ability helps to produce designs, which can be brought to the market place as viable products. They incorporate considerations such as economics, engineering, cultural, aesthetics, ergonomics and the environment into their designs.
External and/or Professional DetailsProfessional Body Accreditation:Institution of Engineering Designers
Students may be required to attend classes at locations across the Institute.
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