Courses Department Design

Integrated Design

This integrated degree course in design combines the three subjects of Communication Design (2D), Product design (3D) and Media Design (4D). Students select their individual specialisation according to their own interests. They learn how to deal with all types of creative tools: graphics, typography, shape design, photography, film, audio and interactive tools. In different media, students learn how to combine and coordinate, i.e. integrate, the use of digital and technical design tools. The design programme is state-of-the-art and provides answers to the questions arising from the coexistence of all types of design today. Students are taught far-reaching design skills with a clear goal: solution strategies are required both for the course as well as in practice. Designers can work on a self-employed basis or as employees in design firms, advertising agencies, production companies, publishing houses, companies or private and public institutions.

ExamBachelor of Arts
RequirementsThe general admission requirements for studying at a university of applied sciences (school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education, entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences, master craftsman qualification,…) or a previous education recognised as equivalent are applicable. Enrolment for the degree course in Design requires proof of artistic/design aptitude relevant to the course.
Course duration7 Semester
Start of the courseWintersemester
Major fields of studyThe standard period of study is six semesters. The programme is designed to be practice-oriented and is also a structured as a research and experimental project-based course.
NotesAptitude examination. Application deadline is 30 April every year with a portfolio.
AccreditationDegree course accredited by AQAS .
Department4 - Design
Academic subject adviserProf. Jürgen Rieckhoff
Prüfungs- und Studienordnung10_BA_DES_PSO_2012_SAE_2013_2014.pdf