Department of Interdisciplinary Design combines exchange, expansion, integration, and advanced technology in the design industry to help students learn how to think and express creatively. The department cultivates individuals to help them recognize design from a business strategy standpoint, plan user experience-centered designs, and recognize creative designs.
Department of Interdisciplinary Design offers company-linked curriculums and English conversation classes that prepare students for examinations like the OPIC. Students participate in an internship in their last semester of college. The fusion design lab allows students to handle advanced graphic educational materials. Practical project-focused curriculums are led by design experts from various companies, and students will take courses in engineering, the humanities, business administration, culture, and other industries, and learn how to integrate them together.
Students’ works are submitted to the worlds ’top three design award competitions (IDEA, Red Dot, IF award) to enhance their global competitiveness. Students also participate in creative idea competitions hosted by local or foreign institutions with guidance given by faculty. The joint efforts with the industry to cultivate professionals include curriculum development, projects with professors from the field, corporate projects, career-related mentoring by professors, field trips, and internships. Various problem-solving-focused curriculums, industry-linked tracks, and team discussion courses help build communication skills, equipping students to become leaders who will innovate in different fields of design – design planning, fusion industry design, corporate branding design, graphic/video, UX and IT technology, marketing, and service design.
Jobs available to graduates include careers in design planning departments, design labs, brand planning, marketing & product planning, design centers, PR teams, advertising company planning teams, broadcasting company PR teams, UX, UI, CG-related teams, global design firms, design industry-related government offices and public institutions, company PR and graphic design teams, brand development teams, digital media teams, and design teams at advertising companies. Graduates can also continue with their studies by entering a graduate school for design, design education, service design, and other related fields.