Exploring the balance between form and function, Transportation Design students develop the ability to create vehicle concepts with distinct personality, improved function and broad social impact.

In addition to mastering traditional elements of styling, comfort, safety and usability, our curriculum emphasizes vital topics such as sustainable mobility, the implications of brand and product life cycle.

TERM 1
Writing Studio OR Writing Studio: Intensive 3
Viscom Fundamentals 1 3
3D Fundamentals 1 3
Design Process 1 3
Study Models 3
Design Fundamentals 1 3
Design Fundamentals 1 Lab 0
TERM 2
Art of Research 3
Way Things Work 3
Viscom Fundamentals 2 3
3D Fundamentals 2 3
Design Process 2 3
Design Fundamentals 2 3
TERM 3
3rd Term Review 0
Intro to Modernism 3
Transportation Histories 3
Transportation Studio 3A 3
Transportation Studio 3B 3
Vehicle Technology 3 2
Vehicle Architecture 2
Viscom Fundamentals 3 3
TERM 4
History of Automobile Design 3
3D Digital 4   3
Transportation Studio 4A 3
Transportation Studio 4A Lab 0
Transportation Studio 4B 3
Vehicle Technology 4 2
Viscom Fundamentals 4 3
TERM 5
5th Term Review 3
Automotive Engineering 3
Materials & Methods 1 3
Transportation Studio 5A 3
Transportation Studio 5B 3
Viscom Fundamentals 5 2
3D Digital 5 2
TERM 6
The Design Professional 3
Human Factors & Design Psychology 3
Insights for Transportation Design 3
Transportation Design 6 3
Viscom Fundamentals 6 3
TERM 7
7th Term Review 0
Transportation Design 7 3
Auto Product Planning 3
Viscom Fundamentals 7 3
TERM 8
Transportation Studio 8A 3
Transportation Studio 8B 3
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Studio Electives 9
Humanities & Sciences electives:
     Humanities  
     Social Sciences 3
     Science & Technology 9
     Business & Professional Practice 3
TOTAL
Total Required Units 144

If you can imagine it, we can find a way to make it.

Stewart ReedChair, Transportation Design