PRDS 101 Design I (5 credits)
This course deals with the two fundamental aspects of the design process: first it centers the students' attention on the basic studies of the genesis of form and its connection to the field of design and second, it assimilates the visual perception and the initial phenomenon of visual communication.
PRDS 204 Product Design Methodology (3 credits)
The goal of this course is to provide a tool for the channeling and directing of creativity as a solution for diverse kinds of design problems. Contributes to the formation of the capacity to structure work methods and confront solving problems.
PRDS 303 Industrial Design History (3 credits)
This course introduces characterizes the design of a product from its social and economic origin and its communication with the technological advances and techniques. The course stresses the vision of the design process not only from the designers' perspective but also with the participation of other agents that make the materialization of the design possible, its industrial development, commercialization, and its final uses.