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    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 The current state of DESIGN EDUCATION in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 the beginning criteria for making the list: 1 BUSINESS WEEK Most Innovative Design Programs 2 US NEWS Top MFA Design Programs 3 DESIGN INTELLIGENCE Best Design & Architecture Schools 4 CURRENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM with OSU Design Department 5 HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by Paul Nini, Carol Gill & Heike Goeller current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 the first list 1. Arizona State University 31. Ohio State University 2. Art Center College of Design 32. Parsons School of Design 3. Auburn University 33. Polytechnic University of Milan 4. California Institute of the Arts 34. Pratt Institute 5. Carnegie Mellon University 35. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 6. Columbia University 36. RISD: Rhode Island School of Design 7. Cranbrook Academy of Art 37. Rochester Institute of Technology 8. CUNY-Hunter College 38. Royal Academy of Art / Koninklijke Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten 9. Dartmouth College 39. Royal College of Art 10. Delft University of Technology 40. San Jose State University 11. ESDI Brasil 41. Savannah College of Art and Design 12. Fachhochschule Detmold 42. School of the Art Institute of Chicago 13. Fachhochschule Stuttgart 43. School of Visual Arts 14. Fachhochschule Wiesbaden 44. Stanford University 15. Florida A&M 45. Swinburne University of Technology 16. Georgia Tech 46. Tecnologico de Monterrey 17. Glasgow School of Art 47. Temple University 18. Hochschule fuer Kunst und Design Halle 48. UNIVERSIDAD DE BOGOTÁ JORGE TADEO LOZANO 19. Hong Kong Polytechnic 49. Universidad de Monterrey 20. Hong-Ik University 50. Universidad EAFIT 21. ID KAIST 51. Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Graduate) 22. IED - Istituto Europeo di Design 52. University of California - LA 23. Industrial Design Centre at the Indian Institute of Technology 53. University of California - San Diego 24. Louisiana State University 54. University of Cincinnati 25. Maryland Institute College of Art 55. University of Florida 26. Minerva Academie 56. University of Houston 27. Minneapolis College of Art and Design 57. University of Texas 28. National Institute of Design 58. University of Washington 29. North Carolina State University 59. Virginia Commonwealth University 30. Northumbria University 60. Yale current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 breaking it down time to get organized 1 type of program (art, technology, research, unknown) 2 define degrees offered (undergraduate, graduate, degree title) 3 define areas of design offered (visual communication, interior, industrial) 4 list accreditation (NASAD, NAAB, etc) 5 highlight programs doing something new or different current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 narrowing it down criteria for being removed from the list: 1 undefined program direction 2 traditional or out-of-date program curriculum 3 low rankings 4 little or no program highlights 5 no english translation on program website current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 the final 26 1. Arizona State University 2. Art Center College of Design 3. Carnegie Mellon University 4. Delft University of Technology 5. ESDI Brasil 6. Fachhochschule Detmold 7. Fachhochschule Stuttgart 8. Fachhochschule Wiesbaden 9. Georgia Institute of Technology 10. Glasgow School of Art 11. Industrial Design Centre at the Indian Institute 12. Maryland Institute College of Art 13. National Institute of Design 14. North Carolina State University 15. Northumbria University 16. Ohio State University 17. Parsons School of Design 18. Polytechnic University of Milan 19. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 20. RISD: Rhode Island School of Design 21. Rochester Institute of Technology 22. Savannah College of Art and Design 23. Stanford University 24. Swinburne University of Technology 25. University of Cincinnati 26. University of Washington current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 time to evaluate in depth look at the top 26 1 design ethics 2 user-centered 3 multi-disciplinary 4 design innovation 5 sustainability 6 dual or special degree current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 the final 26 # Name of Institution Design Ethics User-Centered Multi-Disciplinary Design Innovation Sustainability Dual or Special Degree PRIVATE 1 Art Center College of Design 2 Carnegie Mellon University 3 Glasgow School of Art 4 Maryland Institute College of Art 5 Parsons School of Design 6 RISD: Rhode Island School of Design 7 Rochester Institute of Technology 8 Savannah College of Art and Design 9 Stanford University 10 Arizona State University 11 Delft University of Technology 12 ESDI Brasil 13 Fachhochschule Detmold 14 Fachhochschule Stuttgart 15 Fachhochschule Wiesbaden 16 Georgia Institute of Technology 17 Industrial Design Centre at the Indian Institute current state of design education in the US and WORLD 18 National Institute of Design Tuesday, April 20, State University 29 North Carolina 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 1 Art Center College of Design 2 Carnegie Mellon University 3 Glasgow School of Art 4 Maryland Institute College of Art the final 26 5 6 Parsons School of Design RISD: Rhode Island School of Design 7 Rochester Institute of Technology 8 Savannah College of Art and Design 9 Stanford University # Name of Institution Design Ethics User-Centered Multi-Disciplinary Design Innovation Sustainability Dual or Special Degree PUBLIC PRIVATE 10 1 Arizona State University Art Center College of Design 11 2 Delft University of Technology Carnegie Mellon University 12 3 ESDI Brasil Glasgow School of Art 13 4 Fachhochschule Detmold Maryland Institute College of Art 14 5 Fachhochschule Stuttgart Parsons School of Design 15 6 Fachhochschule Wiesbaden RISD: Rhode Island School of Design 16 7 Georgia Institute of Technology Rochester Institute of Technology 17 8 Savannah Design Centre and Design Institute Industrial College of Art at the Indian 18 9 Stanford University Design National Institute of 29 North Carolina State University 20 Northumbria University 21 10 Ohio State University Arizona State University 22 11 Polytechnic University of Milan Delft University of Technology 23 12 ESDI Brasil Polytechnic Institute Rensselaer 24 13 Swinburne University of Technology Fachhochschule Detmold 25 14 University of Cincinnati Fachhochschule Stuttgart 26 15 University of Washington Fachhochschule Wiesbaden 16 Georgia Institute of Technology 17 Industrial Design Centre at the Indian Institute current state of design education in the US and WORLD 18 National Institute of Design Tuesday, April 20, State University 29 North Carolina 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 10 15 26 6 4 8 7 18 21 19 17 20 3 16 23 12 25 14 2 1 9 22 13 11 PUBLIC 5 PRIVATE ART APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH 24 production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 26 21 19 17 20 3 16 23 12 25 14 2 1 9 PUBLIC 22 PRIVATE ART APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 PUBLIC PRIVATE 24 ART APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 10 15 4 6 8 7 18 PUBLIC PRIVATE ART APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 13 11 PUBLIC PRIVATE ART APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 PUBLIC PRIVATE ART 24 APPLIED SCIENCE / TECH production thinking research current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 taking a closer look schools selected based on the following: 1 Overall Program Structure (department, school, etc) 2 Specific Curriculum Flow (foundations) 3 Themes in Program (innovation, etc) 4 The Big Picture (what can OSU learn from this program) current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Northumbria University overall program structure: Northumbria University > School of Design current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Northumbria University specific curriculum flow: Seems to be unique to particular "silos." No interdisciplinary experiences. Offers a wide variety of degree offerings and courses. Includes a specific Foundations Diploma. At Undergrad level, each silo is developed as it’s own thing. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Northumbria University themes in program: Contains all the design degrees plus fashion and architecture. They have an innovative way of developing the curriculum to be open to different combinations of study. BA, BFA, Professional Practice degrees. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Northumbria University the big picture: One-year MA in Design Management One-year ONLINE MA in Design Professional Practice One-year MA in Multidisciplinary Design Innovation Three-year ONLINE Doctor of Design Practice. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Stanford University overall program structure: Stanford > Engineering > Mechanical Engineering >l Design Program > MFA in Design Thinking, BS in Product Design Stanford > Humanities & Sciences > Art & Art History > Design > MFA in Design current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Stanford University specific curriculum flow: Design Department - School of Art Design Department - Mechanical Engineering but they don’t seem to have any relationship d.School. if you are a grad student at Stanford you may take classes there. no degree is offered from the d.School. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Stanford University themes in program: dSchool is an trans-disciplinary collaborative space for Stanford Grad Students. You do not get a degree from it, it just supplements an education. Led by David Kelly of IDEO. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Stanford University the big picture: Program seems to be very applicable to the times, but the d.School does not offer a degree nor do they really want to be a design-only school. This seems forward-thinking, but they have not fully developed the curriculum. Seems to really be based on IDEO model not any other school model current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Parsons School of Design overall program structure: Private University The New School, Parsons the New School for Design (one of eight New Schools) Degrees awarded: AAS, BFA, BBA, MFA, MA, MArch; dual bachelor’s/master’s degrees with Lang College. 23 undergraduate, graduate, and certificate offerings encompassing 34 areas of study current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Parsons School of Design specific curriculum flow: Each degree is silo-ed into it’s own specialization, and time-track. They each adapt their silos for their specific program. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Parsons School of Design themes in program: SCHOOL OF DESIGN STRATEGIES The School of Design Strategies is an experimental educational environment configured to advance innovative approaches to design and business education in the evolving context of cities, services, and ecosystems. DEGREES Design and Management, Environmental Studies, Integrated Design, Trans- disciplinary Design, Urban Design current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Parsons School of Design the big picture: Fairly interesting organizational structure governing a large system of creative endeavors. Parsons is a combination of six schools, offering 23 different degrees within 34 areas of study. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Carnegie Mellon University overall program structure: Private University Carnegie Mellon > College of Fine Art > School of Design Degrees offered: BFA Degrees in Communication Design and Industrial Design BFA inter-disciplinary degree option w/ Design Concentration Master in Design offered in CPID or Industrial Design PhD in Design current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Carnegie Mellon University specific curriculum flow: First year - Discovery (programs are all together) Second/Third year - Concentration and Development (design history required including: Context for Social Culture, Economics, etc.) Fourth year - Integration and Advanced Study current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Carnegie Mellon University themes in program: Forward thinking in innovation - interdisciplinary work with Engineering, Computer Science, Business, Writing, and Psychology current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Carnegie Mellon University the big picture: Carnegie Mellon is a top research institution. Their programs are highly developed and they focus on research and user-centered design. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 North Carolina State University overall program structure: NC State University > College of Design Offers degrees in: Architecture, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, and (rare) PhD in Design current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 North Carolina State University specific curriculum flow: Courses are integrated in each "silo" and start with 100-level courses such as Ideation (ID) and Typography (GD) and continue to include Human Centered Design and Professional Practice courses. Does not appear to be interdisciplinary at all across design fields. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 North Carolina State University themes in program: "Design education is more than an attempt to teach a set of technical skills. The environment -- including the spaces in which people live and work, the products they consume, and the messages they receive -- has a powerful impact on how humans function as a society. Good design requires attention and sensitivity to social, economic, political, cultural and behavioral issues. The aim of all curricula in the College of Design is to develop the designer's perception, knowledge, skills and problem-solving abilities." current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 North Carolina State University the big picture: Each "silo" is fully developed from day-one. There is not a "foundations" year that is integrated across disciplines. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Rhode Island School of Design overall program structure: Private art-only university, offers a variety of design courses but they are totally focused on design. Offers BFA and MFA degrees in all areas of design including: Architecture, Interior Architecture, Graphic Design, and Industrial Design. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Rhode Island School of Design specific curriculum flow: The first year academic program typically consists of three year-long studio courses (Drawing, 2-D and 3-D) taught by Foundation Studies and four Liberal Arts courses: English Composition + Literature and History of Art + Visual Culture I in the Fall; and History, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences (Topics) and History of Art + Visual Culture 2 (Topics) in the Spring. The following years focus on each specialty ie: industrial design, graphic design, or interior architecture. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Rhode Island School of Design themes in program: Highly focused on design education. Visual Culture and Full year of basic design education in foundation year is informative and probably really helpful that students are all together. Some interesting design courses that are innovative such as: DESIGN ENTREPRENEUR THINKING current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 Rhode Island School of Design the big picture: Foundations program is highly developed. They are churning out designers with a strong aesthetic base. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 National Institute of Design overall program structure: NID offers professional education programs at Under Graduate and Post Graduate level with 5 faculty streams and 16 diverse design domains. NID has established exchange programs and ongoing pedagogic relationships with over 35 overseas institutions. The Professional Education at NID has both UG & PG Programs — Graduate Diploma Program in Design (GDPD) of four years duration for students after 10+2, or equivalent like AISSCE/ IB/ ICSE, and the Post-Graduate Diploma Program in Design (PGDPD) of 2 to 2 ½ years duration for graduates; particularly from architecture, technology, engineering, fine and applied arts, information technology, computer science, etc. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 National Institute of Design specific curriculum flow: undergraduate: GDPD commences with a two semester rigorous Foundation Program (multi-disciplinary) Final two years are intense depending on your concentration, but students are strongly encouraged to work across the disciplines. graduate: 2 to 2½ year program offered in the following specific areas of sectorial specialization in 17 design programs under the five faculties (can not be over the age of 27) current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 National Institute of Design themes in program: A unique feature of NID’s design education program is the openness of its educational culture and environment, where students from different faculties and design domains interact with each other in a seamless manner. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 National Institute of Design the big picture: The overall structure of NID’s program is a combination of theory, skills, design projects, and field experiences supported by cutting edge design studios, skill & innovation labs and the Knowledge Management Centre. Sponsored design projects are brought into the classroom to provide professional experience. Interdisciplinary design studies in Science and Liberal Arts widen the students’ horizons and increase general awareness of contemporary issues. A unique feature of NID’s design education program is the openness of its educational culture and environment, where students from different faculties and design domains interact with each other in a seamless manner. The benefit of learning in such a trans- disciplinary context is immeasurable. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 thank you current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010
    • Lindsay Beach | Kelly DeVore | Gabe Tippery SP10 conclusion what we need to do: Overall, the schools that we chose to review in detail form a wide variety of examples of “good” things going on in programs all over the country. A few of these are similar to other programs in their curriculum organization. A few of these are totally structured differently. What we can learn from them? Innovation is key (flexibility) Some programs are silo-ed - some are not Very few programs are actually interdisciplinary INNOVATION...and...head down, power through. current state of design education in the US and WORLD Tuesday, April 20, 2010