Acquiring a broad vision that embraces design
Students greatly expand their vision through the Theory of Design, and build the foundations for their fundamental learning in the general subjects.
In addition to basic communication and product seminars, students learn the principles of color and shape.
Discovering the elements of design
Students study the diversity of design methodology, centering on visual, product and information seminars. Students also deepen their awareness of expression and meaning from Linguistic Theory, Semiotics, and Text Studies.
Grasping the overall image of design complexity
Students gain experience in a broad range of design methods through extensive seminar classes. Students study the various aspects of design from multiple angles that open up the frontiers of knowledge, including Notation and Diagram, Synergetics, Text Information, and Theory of Autopoiesis.
Creating the forefront of design across all fields
In the fourth year focus shifts to the Graduation Work/Thesis of each of the students.
Students break up into seminar groups where they hone their respective areas of interest and concentrate on their own theme.