Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design
Georgia Tech’s School of Industrial Design distinguishes itself through its commitment to the end-user and its multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving. Through rapid prototype iteration and a focus on people, industrial design students gain valuable practice in empathetic design
Our school is significantly different from other ID programs. For us, industrial design is an art that operates at the intersection of design, technology, and business. We combine Georgia Tech's rigorous scientific approach with our design traditions of free-wheeling conceptual development. Integration with computer science classes and our own teaching and research labs motivate students to solve problems and imagine design solutions that anticipate the future.
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design program is a recognized Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) degree - CIP code 11.0105: Human-Centered Technology Design. STEM designation makes our international students eligible to apply for a two-year OPT extension, as well as STEM-specific scholarships.