|How you will study
|Domestic course fees
|International course fees
|CAD 7700 per year
|CAD 28000 per year
In the Industrial Design program, you will learn how to develop new products that are used in our daily lives. These may include everything from everyday products to mobile apps. You'll be encouraged to design sustainable products that will last many generations, keeping in mind diverse cultures.
You'll learn about research, concept development and making prototypes, You will also study how people behave to better understand what their needs are.
An important benefit of studying Industrial Design at OCAD U is that while you're studying theory, you'll also be able to take practical, creative hands-on courses, such as design and drawing.
The Industrial Design program is recognized by the Association of Canadian Industrial Designers.
At the end of this four-year program, you will earn a Bachelor of Design degree.
The fees listed here are approximate, and can vary from course to course. For more pricing information, please check the institution website.
As outlined in the Admission Requirements (Undergraduate) Policy, applicants to OCAD University's undergraduate programs must meet minimum academic entrance requirements and submit:
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