What You Will Learn
The Industrial Design track offers a diverse and interdisciplinary studio environment whereby students gain insight to multiple areas of design and their influences within industry, society and profession. Architecture, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising are areas that make up the studio culture in the Design Program at CCM.
Why Study at CCM?
County College of Morris has designated studio classrooms with state-of-the-art equipment and software available to all design students during their academic studies at CCM. The class size average is 13:1 in the studio; this ratio fosters a mentoring relationship between the student and professor. Studios are supplied with materials and resources that allow extensive opportunities for creative exploration in research and process.
Associate Degree: Solidworks modeler, CAD modeler/designer/drafter, Industrial design assistant/intern, Production assistant, Materials and manufacturing assistant
Bachelorâ€™s Degree: Industrial designer, Automobile designer, Accessories designer, Tableware designer, Footwear designer, Bicycle designer, Car body designer, Ceramic designer, Ceramic mold designer, Furniture designer, Package designer, Rug designer, Snowboard designer, Textile designer, Tile designer, Toy designer, Ergonomic designer, Sustainable designer, Universal designer