Post Baccalaureate Industrial Design
Students with a baccalaureate degree from other disciplines entering the "Post-Bac" program must be admitted to the Post Baccalaureate Program. The Post Baccalaureate Program awards a Bachelor of Science in Environment Design - Post Baccalaureate degree after 43 credit hours of undergraduate study in Industrial Design.
Requirements for admission into the Post-Bac program include a previous undergraduate degree. For additional requirement details on Post-Bac admissions please contact Director of Student Services Joyce Griffin at 334.844.5350.
There is no language requirement. Normally, students will be admitted to the program only during summer semester.
Curriculum models for the Post Baccalaureate program. There are three curricula designed according to the background of the student, i.e. Engineering, Art and Design, and Liberal Arts and Business.
Courses are structured to the specific product and systems design area of the student's interest. In certain cases, additional course work beyond the minimum may be needed. A graduate-level core curriculum is required.
Application to the Master of Industrial Design Program
Only those students who have maintained a 3.0 GPA upon completion of the Post Baccalaureate program are eligible for graduate program admission. A portfolio review is required for the awarding of the degree.
As a student in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC), you will be required to pay a professional fee in addition to your normal tuition. This fee is used to support our professional programs in regard to the provision of information technology infrastructure and the general needs of professional instruction.
- Rich Britnell
- Clark Lundell (Department Head)
- Tin Man Lau
- Bret Smith (Industrial De-sign Program Chair)
- Chris Arnold
- Randy Bartlett
- Tsai Lu Liu
- Shea Tillman
- Shuwen Tzeng
- Jerrod Windham
Listing of current Advisory Council members.
A listing of all CADC, Industrial Design and Graphic Design Student Chapter Organizations.
The curriculum has been designed to meet accreditation standards set by SACS and NASAD (National Association of Schools of Art and Design) and is structured to provide students with a course of study that ensures growth and development over time.