Streamlining the world through industrial design

Industrial designers shape our world, from games and gadgets, to bicycles and boats, to highchairs and helmets. As a student at SCAD, you'll get hands-on experience bringing your ideas to reality, carrying on our great tradition of developing world-class designers. In recent years, our students have worked with some of the most recognizable brands in the world — including Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T, Dell, Mattel, Microsoft, Reebok and Fisher-Price — to invent practical solutions to real challenges. The result? Outstanding portfolios that help our graduates take the professional world by storm.

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Industrial design degrees

SCAD's fully accredited degrees in industrial design are available in Savannah.

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Student work

Industrial design, John Gray Parker, Luxury Yacht Tender, 2013

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Start on the path to success

At SCAD, you’ll learn to flourish in an industry that is integral to every aspect of product design, from initial concept to final creation. Alumnus Michael Mack discusses how his time as an industrial design student at SCAD gave him the perspective and precision he needed to launch his own line of handmade shoes.

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"I have been doing projects with SCAD for many years, and it's well deserved that they are recognized for the innovative work their students produce. Their world-class level of passion and state-of-the-art design education is unparalleled in our industry."

Joe Jasinski | Global director of design for Dell Computers

Related majors and minors

Industrial design students collaborate with their peers in design management, design for sustainability and other programs, often choosing to pursue a double major or minor and expand their professional prowess.

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