Institute of Design
3137 S. Federal St.
Chicago, IL 60616
Since its founding as the New Bauhaus in 1937, the Institute of Design has grown into the largest full-time graduate-only design program in the U.S. with students from around the world. The school offers a professional Master of Design degree program with areas of study in communication design, interaction design, product design, strategic design, systems thinking, and user research; a dual Master of Design/M.B.A. or a dual Master of Design/M.PUPA. degree program in partnership with the Stuart School of Business; the Master of Design Methods, a nine-month program for mid-career professionals; and a Ph.D. in Design. The Institute of Design created the country's first Ph.D. design program in 1991.
Minor in Human-Centered Design
Required courses (choose a minimum of 6 credits)
ID 410 Introduction to Design Processes (3crs)
ID 420 Fundamentals of Design (3crs)
|IPRO 497||Interprofessional Project||3|
Domain-specific electives (choose a minimum of 6 credits**)
|BME 419||Intro Design Concepts in BME||2|
|BME 420||Design Concepts in BME||3|
|HUM 371||Fundamentals of Game Design||3|
|HUM 372||Interactive Storytelling||3|
|ITMD 361||Fund of Web Development||3|
|ITMD 362||Human-Computer Interaction||3|
|MMAE 232||Design for Innovation||3|
|MMAE 445||Computer-Aided Design||3|
**Courses in colleges outside of the Institute of Design (ID) may have additional prerequisites or limitations on enrollment. Some 4th-year students may be able to enroll in 500 level courses at ID on a case by case basis as assessed by ID faculty.