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INTRODUCTION

Industrial design is an alternative development for national and regional industry, from research and technological processes technical innovation, for the production of objects to human and industrial scale and process development to satisfy social needs demanding the progress of the nation. Ecuador is a country rich in territories, inventiveness, human and cultural diversity and can potentially become an exporter of technology, knowledge and techniques to successfully address-from general industry- the challenges of the present and future.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Degree Technologist in Industrial Design
Study mode Presential
Journeys Daytime and Evening
Career duration 6 semesters + Final Academic Project
Total number of credits 185
Date code and internal approval 17/08/2000 – IMD 22-01
Type of training Technology
Principal place Matriz
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OBJECTIVES

Trained professionals Industrial Design, through knowledge, attitudes, values ​​and skills, adequate and appropriate, creative take comprehensive decisions, functional, sustainable , under criteria of universal accessibility, good living, environmental respect, social responsibility and concurrent design, to produce products, by controlling various techniques, technologies and production processes.

  • Develop project culture through the Industrial Design methodology to develop products that meet social needs; centralizing and homogenizing processes and resources to ensure communicative and functional efficiency, based concurrent design.
  • Implement current policies and guidelines of good life in terms of technological and socio-cultural development of Ecuador, through professional skills and community workshops.
  • Foster a culture of entrepreneurship, so that students are inserted directly in the various spheres of action of the means of production.
  • Master different specialized in industrial design software, for the development of technical drawings, Construction and presentation, applying rules and criteria creative. Master various technologies and techniques for the production of prototypes and products in different materials, under concurrent design parameters.
  • design, develop and produce projects for the manufacture of products that meet social needs, with a global vision and sustainable development.
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GRADUATE PROFILE

The Metro® Industrial Designers are usually playing role in:

The Technologist Industrial Designer is a professional who investigates, designs, elaborates, manages and produces solutions to the needs of society. Develops innovation in the industry, providing value under ethical criteria, methodological research, creation and technical. Dominates and applies processes and resources to ensure continuity, stability and high production efficiency, encouraging experimentation and innovation in products, the professional is adaptable and dynamic technological changes and market; generated, suitable, modification, power and develops skills, thoughts and behaviors that foster productive business development in the country.

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COMPOSITION FOR AXES

basics of the discipline
20%
Vocational training and disciplinary
31%
practical application of discipline
25%
Context and culture
8%
Communication and language
8%
Optional
8%
PREPARATION CLASS
Semester 1

Morphology and visual perception
Graphical Representation I
digital representation technique I
Applied Science
Models and mockups
Design and conceptualization
Critical thinking and language skills
Photography

Semester 2

Product Design I
Synthesis of mechanisms I
Graphical Representation I
digital representation technique II
digital graphic representation II
Workshop processes and materials I
semiotics objetual
Investigation methodology

Semester 3

Product Design II
Synthesis of mechanisms II
digital representation technique III
digital graphic representation II
Ergonomics
Workshop processes materials II
Craft design
History of industrial design
Basic electricity

Semester 4

Product Design III
Development of creativity
digital representation art IV
Quality Processes I
Workshop processes materials III
Design workshop for the community I
human and natural environment
Product and brand identity
Design for universal accessibility

Semester 5

Product Design IV
Technical digital representation V
Quality Processes II
Workshop processes materials IV
commercial structures
Design workshop for the community II
Pre professional practices
Entrepreneurship
Containers and packaging
mechatronics

Semester 6

Product Design V
Technical digital representation VI
Workshop processes materials V
Titling project plan
professional presentation of projects
Design workshop for the community III
Pre professional practices
Project management
Legislation for entrepreneurship

FINAL ACADEMIC PROJECT
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