Industrial Design at RMIT
Industrial designers invent, visualise, and prototype design solutions to complex problems in the form of new products and services. For more than 60 years RMIT’s Industrial Design course in Melbourne has offered aspiring designers applied and industry linked immersions into the diverse and dynamic fields of industrial design.
Here commercially oriented and user-centred approaches to design are encountered through design as a critically engaged mode of enquiry. Including product design, transportation design and furniture design, the design of sustainable products/services/systems as well as technologically and materially mediated interactions and experiences.
Programs and courses
- Master of Design (by Research) (Industrial Design)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Architecture and Design)