Master's Degree in Design Management in London in United Kingdom

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Design Management

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Master in Design Management

Istituto Marangoni
Campus Full time October 2018 United Kingdom London

The course articulates along three axes built around a set of units focusing on business, design and research. It gives understanding of the design process and the creativity tools required to develop products and services within multidisciplinary [+]

The course articulates along three axes built around a set of units focusing on business, design and research. It gives understanding of the design process and the creativity tools required to develop products and services within multidisciplinary innovation-driven business contexts in the luxury fashion and luxury design field. Participants engage in inter and multidisciplinary projects that combine design awareness and business knowledge, that requires an understanding of management models, project management, creativity and leadership. The course trains participants in research methods in design and management to provide a greater understanding of design and management problems, and as a basis through which to develop a research theme that will be explored and addressed in their thesis project.... [-]