This field of concentration is designed to provide foundational knowledge of the practice of industrial design with the option of maximizing the number of lower division transfer units. This Associate Degree will prepare students for an industrial design-related career, and appropriate course selection will facilitate transfer to a professional degree program.
Program Student Learning Outcome(s):
Please note that this must be submitted to the ASLO Subcommittee for approval and must include an assessment task.
■ Analyze program transfer requirements to prepare for successful transfer to a university level industrial design or other design-related degree program.
■ Understand methodologies for designing industrial objects, such as ideation, prototyping, and fabrication.
Long Beach City College expects to award 15-20 A.S. in Industrial Design each year.
The Industrial Design program at Long Beach City College creates an educational environment where students can achieve their individual goals by providing the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully transfer to a bachelor program in Industrial Design or a related field. The program provides students with instruction in the latest technologies, industry standards, and significant industry trends.
The Industrial Design program upholds the LBCC Mission and ‘is committed to providing equitable student learning and achievement, academic excellence, and workforce development by delivering high quality educational programs and support services to our diverse communities.’ This is important work that must be done to serve historically underrepresented identities and the Long Beach community in the industrial design profession.
|Required Courses||Units||Recommended Sequence|
|ART 31 - Fundamentals of Art/Composition and Color||3||Area C1 Requirement|
|ARCHT 20 – Visual Literacy and Civilization||3|
|Area B4 Requirement||3||Area B4 Requirement|
|DSGN 60 – Solidworks I||1.5|
|DSGN 31 – Visualization for Industrial Design||3|
|1st Year, Fall Total||17.5|
|ART 30 - Fundamentals of Art/Volume, Plane and Form||3|
|DSGN 54 – Design Methodologies||3|
|ART 1 – Art and Civilization||3||Area C1 Requirement|
|DSGN 50 - Design Materials and Tools||3|
|READ 84 – Analytical Reading||3||Area A3 Requirement|
|Area E Requirement||3||Area E Requirement|
|1st Year, Spring Total||18|
|DSGN 53 – Industrial Prototyping||3|
|DSGN 61 – Solidworks II||1.5|
|DSGN 71 -Industrial Design Studio I||3|
|Hist 10||3||Area C2 & US History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement|
|Area B2 Requirement||3||Area B2 Requirement|
|Area B3 Requirement (lab that goes with Area B2 GE)||1||Area B3 Requirement|
|ETHST: 1/1H||3||Area F Requirement|
|2nd Year, Fall Total||17.5|
|DSGN 73 - Industrial Design Studio III||3|
|DSGN 72 -Industrial Design Studio II||3|
|Area A1 Requirement||3||Area A1 Requirement|
|ERVNS 1 – Energy for the future||3||Area B1 Requirement|
|Polsc 1||3||Area D & US History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement|
|Area D Requirement||3||Area D Requirement|
|2nd Year, Spring Total||18|
|Open General Electives|
|Total Award Units:||71|
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