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Bachelor Programme Industrial Design

The curriculum is conceived to train the “novelty development process” through concrete design projects by means of an integrated, virtual process chain. As a first stage, fundamental knowledge – visualisation techniques, (virtual) modelling, computer prototyping and rapid prototyping processes – is taught and then applied and verified at an in-depth level.Key elements include contexts of philosophy of science, bionics, ergonomics as well as process and manufacturing technologies. Wide leeway in their choice of electives enables students to set individual focuses.Co-operation projects with enterprises and universities allow for practice-oriented application of the subject-matter taught.

Academic Title
BSc (Bachelor of Science)

Career Options
The programme scionic® of Kunstuniversität Linz provides the basis for a future-oriented career as a designer of (series-produced) objects and processes and above all of strategic innovations. 
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Univ.-Prof. Mag.art. Mario Zeppetzauer 


Univ.-Prof. Mag.art. Elke Bachlmair

Jelena Vukovic
T: +43 732 7898 2250

University of Arts Linz
Department of Industrial Design 
Hauptplatz 6
4020 Linz | Austria