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Industrial Design Schools and Training Programs
Industrial designers are responsible for the look and feel of the products we use today. From vacuum cleaners to telephones and furniture to automobile dashboards, the art of industrial design makes the difference between a product that is simple to use and one that is impossible to figure out.
Schools with industrial design programs teach the science of ergonomics, which looks at how people use a product, and how future products can be designed to make them more efficient and productive. They teach the principles of design, from drafting to modeling a new product, to taking it into production.
Industrial Design Schools:
- Committed to excellence in post-secondary education since 1982, with a rich history of helping students find successful careers.
- Located in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, the main campus spans 63,500 square feet.
- Offers programs in healthcare, business, design, criminal justice, and more.
- Part of Ancora Education.