Specializing master in Industrial Design Engineering and Innovation
Becoming Product Designer in Milan today is a recognized value on professionalism.
The Politecnico, together with its advanced production system and a top-class historic culture, creates for its master students access to this value.
Politecnico's technical and design culture, placed in Design 5th place in the world and powered by Italian design masters such as Marco Zanuso and Achille Castiglioni, is integrated with the high technology and engineering expertise in the field of production and innovative materials, feeding the tradition of excellence from the Nobel Prize for Chemistry Giulio Natta to our day.
It is a high profile professionalism the Specializing Master purpose, placing the designer and product design expert in line with contemporary technology and innovation, starting from a solid tradition on creativity and method.
This program aims to train professionals to manage the design and production processes for both small- and large-scale manufactured items, with an expert eye on issues of technology, manufacturing, and cost but without sacrificing features of quality of expression.
Placement may be in design studios that assist in various stages of product development, from concept to engineering.
Placement at companies from market segments characteristic of Italian industry, such as home appliances, business equipment, lighting, furniture, toys, and childcare products.
Program graduates who opt for consultancy will find they have enhanced capacity to interact with the entrepreneurial environment.
Upon completion of the Specializing Master, students earn a first-level Politecnico di Milano Specializing Master Degree, provided they have met the 75% minimum attendance requirement.
In addition to the degree, the program also issues:
- certificate for completion of course in Rhinoceros with software-manufacturer accreditation from McNeel;
- certificate for completion of course in CREO with software-manufacturer accreditation from PTC.
The final exam requires students to present projects developed during internship. The final grade takes into account assessments during the learning workshops.
The Specializing Master will begin November 2018 and will end November 2019.