Public University Corporation NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY

School of Design and Architecture

Outline

Outline of the departments / Features of the curriculum

Department of Informatics and Media Design

This department relates to the design theories and skills for the interface design which connects the human body/sense to information space, and for the digital design of images and sounds. Subjects cover information and communication technology (ICT) from the primary studies to the application, as well as the theory and practice of interface design or audio-visual design. The department aims to nurture competent designers who can create and develop sophisticated interfaces, software, Web application and network systems, as well as various types of visual images.

Department of Industrial Innovation Design

This department relates to the design theories and skills for industrial design, graphic design and 3D computer graphics. Subjects cover electronics, mechanical engineering and computer science from the primary studies to the application, as well as the theory and practice of industrial design, graphic design and 3D computer graphics. The department aims to nurture competent designers who can lead the planning and development for new projects or new products with the broader sense of design and engineering.

Department of Architecture and Urban Design

The students in this department study theories and techniques applied to well-designed cities where the citizens can live in a secure and affluent environment. Subjects cover planning and architectural design, environmental engineering and structural mechanics from the primary studies to the application, as well as the theory and practice of interior design, landscape design, disaster prevention and environmental management. The department aims to nurture competent specialists of architectural and urban design for residential and/or commercial store buildings, disaster prevention, environmental conservation and landscape conservation.

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