|DGAS 100: 2D Design|
|DGAS 101: 3D Design|
|DGAS 103: Structural Drawing|
|DGAS 104: Colour|
|DGAS 107: Design Drafting|
|WRIT 120: Technical Reading and Writing Skills|
|DGAS 150: Drawing Studio|
|DGAS 151: Computer Applications|
|Required 4 from the following courses|
|ARC 100: Autocad 1|
|DGAS 152: Interior Design|
|DGAS 153: Graphic Design|
|DGAS 154: Package Design|
|DGAS 155: Industrial Design|
|DGAS 156: Web Design|
|TMTH 105: Technical Mathematics 1|
|WRIT 220: Technical Workplace Writing Skills|
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Create projects that employ the use of proper visual, spoken and written research to meet the needs of the audience.
Create two and three-dimensional designs using a variety of material, processes and techniques that demonstrate knowledge of design elements and principles.
Apply idea generation theories to develop concepts that form the basis of a design work.
Use the creative thinking process and design theory to solve design problems.
Compose a statement of intent for further design related studies that examines and differentiates between various design professions.
Develop a portfolio of work that represents a variety of media and techniques suitable for presentation to an audience.
"My Design Foundation certificate was great preparation for Humber's Interior Design degree."
– Alec, Interior Design degree student
Design is everywhere. From the spaces we inhabit to the products and technologies we interact with, designers play an important role in the development of the places and things we experience and use in our everyday lives. Good design can make the ordinary extraordinary.
Your generalized training in the many aspects of design may be an effective launching pad to more specialized areas of design study. Potential areas in various fields include industrial design, interior design, interior decorating, graphic design, web design and architecture.
Watch the video to hear first-hand from graduates of the Design Foundation program about their experience at Humber.
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