The contents of the major field of study “integrated design processes (idp)” are oriented towards the current and future tasks of planning, drafting and design in the professional areas of design and the cooperation with related disciplines. You will learn dialogue and teamwork skills in interdisciplinary development and design processes.
The goal is holistic design education. Students are familiarised with different perspectives, images of man and methods in design. They learn to apply the design process to complex problems and topics.
We train designers who enjoy developing products and concepts that advance our civilisation. We aim to use design to improve life in society by using, among other things, new technologies that enable previously undreamed-of forms and solutions.
Creative people who take on this task need more than creativity. Their highly complex work requires a planned, structured and systematic approach. In our master’s degree course, you learn to think and implement the design as a multi-stage process. New innovative ideas are the result of systematic work, as modern creativity research has shown. For us, this means that innovation can be planned – in a multi-layered process, interdisciplinary and team-oriented.