Individuals who choose to pursue a degree in Advanced Design and Technology learn the knowledge and skills required for industrial design. They study:
The curriculum is focused on the practical skills of holistic and multifaceted product design. In their term projects, students work on real-life problems/tasks encountered in industrial or laboratory practice. Students acquire practical competence to work as an industrial designer during their first -cycle inżynier degree studies.
Graduates with a degree in Advanced Design and Technology have the knowledge required for industrial design as well as the skills, including practical skills, in the following areas:
They are ready to take up employment in organizations in operating in the following sectors: plastics processing, light industry and packaging industry. They can work as designers specializing in industrial forms both in functions responsible for new product development and as independent designers. They can run design firms providing services in the field of industrial design, in particular, the design of industrial forms.