In the Master program in Design and Visual Culture students learn to effectively transform content into impactful visual objects, in a professional approach to clearly present to contemporary audiences.
Students discover and practice elements of the visual design process, from conception to research to the development of dynamic visual content. The program is based on the facilities of IADE: Print Lab, Media Lab and Photo Lab.
We have professors with businesses’ expertise and professors with a PhD in design leading this program. The master is divided mostly in Visual Culture projects and Graphic Design projects and we also have a 4 weeks’ unit in Identity Design taught by Domus Academy.
In addition to the partnership with Domus Academy, by being a part of the largest global group of Higher Education - Laureate International Universities, IADE brings to its students global insight with a local perspective, creating a truly multicultural career-oriented learning experience.
The preparation of IADE students aims at making them the Global Professionals of the future, equipping them with all the tools they need to achieve professional success anywhere in the world.
Real-World Business Experience
During the Master’s course, students will have constant contact with the professional world, both through seminars with renowned leaders and professionals, workshops, projects with companies and immersion in the School Agency.
COURSES HOURS ECTS Visual Culture Project 60 9 Typography 30 6 Photography 30 6 Art and Visual Culture 30 6 Research Methodology 30 3 2nd Semester
COURSES HOURS ECTS Optional I 30 6 Optional II 30 6 Optional III 30 6 Optional IV 30 3 Visual Design 60 9 OPTIONAL COURSES
Visual Perception and Ergonomics
Illustration and Comics
COURSES HOURS ECTS Dissertation / Project / Internship Report 15 18 Theory and Criticism of Design 30 6 Workshops 30 6 4th Semester
COURSES HOURS ECTS Dissertation / Project / Internship Report 15 30
This school offers programs in:
Morning and Afternoon / 4 Semesters / 120 ECTS
Last updated May 18, 2017