Working with faculty from a broad range of disciplines, undergraduates combine academic course work, field experience and applied research to solve problems. Our multidisciplinary approach combines design, art, biology, chemistry, engineering and social science concepts and methods. Strengths of the program include studio-based training in creative process and innovation, research-based training for understanding human-centered design and lab-based research. Undergraduate degrees in Human Centered Design combine a strong liberal arts foundation with focused training appropriate to the student's concentration.
To apply for undergraduate study in Design + Environmental Analysis, Fashion Design & Management, or Fiber Science, please visit the College of Human Ecology Admissions page.
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