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The INDD minor will introduce the pedagogical framework of object-oriented ontology by exploring the nature of objects and perception. Students will craft objects that build on traditional constructionist thinking while also foregrounding newer maker-centered learning concepts already supported at DePaul through institutions like the Idea Realization Lab (IRL) and the Richardson Library makerspace. They will also explore the systems underlying the objects and devices that they interact with on a daily basis. Through constructing a deeper understanding of these otherwise hidden frameworks students will develop self-efficacy and agency over them.
|ID 100||INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL DESIGN||4|
|ID 101||METAPHYSICS OF OBJECTS||4|
|ID 210||PROCESSES AND MATERIALS||2|
|PHY 110||BASIC ELECTRONICS: PRINCIPLES & TECHNIQUES||4|
|Select eight (8) credit hours of electives||8|
Elective courses may be selected from the following list. Note that ID 210 may be taken twice for the minor, once as a required course and a second time as an elective.
|PROCESSES AND MATERIALS|
|DRAWING TECHNIQUES FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN|
|DESIGN AND FABRICATION FOR PHYSICAL SPACE WORKSHOP|
|HARDWARE DESIGN BASICS WORKSHOP|
|INTRODUCTION TO USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN (FORMERLY ISM 210)|