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Industrial Design Engineering

The Bachelor’s degree

Transforming ideas into realities

This degree is designed for those creative and observant people seeking to develop new products and services to improve society; people who want to combine their creative capacity and analytical thinking to work in multidisciplinary teams. Their aim: Transforming ideas into realities.

This degree taught at Deusto is the only one of its kind in Biscay, as it is not offered in other provinces such as Álava, Navarra, La Rioja, Cantabria, Asturias, Burgos, León and Palencia. Furthermore, Deusto is the only centre teaching an Industrial Design degree that offers full training in how to design, implement and verify that the projects you develop meet market needs.

 

Innovation and creativity

You will learn to design the objects around us – furniture, appliances, vehicles, etc. – in an innovative way, enhancing business competitiveness, promoting the brand and providing solutions to users' needs.

At the end of your studies, you will be able to:

  • Have a global and strategic vision of the entire product life cycle: from the first sketches, through prototypes, to its marketing and final launch into the market.
  • Apply innovation and generate added values in products and services, such as sustainability, promotion of local economies and incorporation of Design for all, which takes into account the needs of all users.
  • Work in the Design Laboratory where you will apply methodologies such as Design Thinking, User Experience (UX) and entrepreneurship for Social Innovation. An open space where you will learn about the product, the company and the market; where you will have the opportunity to express your ideas graphically and validate aspects related to the eco-design, ergonomics, materials, industrial processes, Internet of Things (IoT), and communication of your projects.
  • Design, implement and verify the reliability of projects, based on specific needs.

Practical and participative training

This degree offers a very practical, dynamic and participative methodology to ensure you acquire a high level of practical skills, which are key to the professional development of these engineers. You will learn with real case studies and lecturers who are practicing professionals in the industry.

The presentations, projects, practical exercises, group discussion and debate will allow students to develop the competences needed by university graduates and the knowledge and skills in Industrial Design Engineering.

 

Generic competences      Specific competences

 

Your guide through your learning experience

The tutorial plan is intended to help students adapt to the University.

You will have a course tutor each academic year that will give you advice on academic, personal and/or professional matters, and will act as a point of contact with the Dean's office, Secretariat and other teaching staff members. Ultimately, your tutor will be the person you go to directly if you have any problems or concerns.

In addition, there is a University Guidance Service that can help you to make decisions that may affect your academic performance or personal well-being.
 

List of tutors

The Bachelor’s degree

Transforming ideas into realities

This degree is designed for those creative and observant people seeking to develop new products and services to improve society; people who want to combine their creative capacity and analytical thinking to work in multidisciplinary teams. Their aim: Transforming ideas into realities.

This degree taught at Deusto is the only one of its kind in Biscay, as it is not offered in other provinces such as Álava, Navarra, La Rioja, Cantabria, Asturias, Burgos, León and Palencia. Furthermore, Deusto is the only centre teaching an Industrial Design degree that offers full training in how to design, implement and verify that the projects you develop meet market needs.

 

Innovation and creativity

You will learn to design the objects around us – furniture, appliances, vehicles, etc. – in an innovative way, enhancing business competitiveness, promoting the brand and providing solutions to users' needs.

At the end of your studies, you will be able to:

  • Have a global and strategic vision of the entire product life cycle: from the first sketches, through prototypes, to its marketing and final launch into the market.
  • Apply innovation and generate added values in products and services, such as sustainability, promotion of local economies and incorporation of Design for all, which takes into account the needs of all users.
  • Work in the Design Laboratory where you will apply methodologies such as Design Thinking, User Experience (UX) and entrepreneurship for Social Innovation. An open space where you will learn about the product, the company and the market; where you will have the opportunity to express your ideas graphically and validate aspects related to the eco-design, ergonomics, materials, industrial processes, Internet of Things (IoT), and communication of your projects.
  • Design, implement and verify the reliability of projects, based on specific needs.

Practical and participative training

This degree offers a very practical, dynamic and participative methodology to ensure you acquire a high level of practical skills, which are key to the professional development of these engineers. You will learn with real case studies and lecturers who are practicing professionals in the industry.

The presentations, projects, practical exercises, group discussion and debate will allow students to develop the competences needed by university graduates and the knowledge and skills in Industrial Design Engineering.

 

Generic competences      Specific competences

 

Your guide through your learning experience

The tutorial plan is intended to help students adapt to the University.

You will have a course tutor each academic year that will give you advice on academic, personal and/or professional matters, and will act as a point of contact with the Dean's office, Secretariat and other teaching staff members. Ultimately, your tutor will be the person you go to directly if you have any problems or concerns.

In addition, there is a University Guidance Service that can help you to make decisions that may affect your academic performance or personal well-being.
 

List of tutors