Masters degrees in Design provide advance training in a range of techniques for the design and production of everyday objects for aesthetic and practical purposes. Specialisations include Graphic Design, Ceramics and Fashion.
Course range from taught MA degrees, to research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree, such as Art or Design Technology.
Why study a Masters in Design?
A Masters in this field will develop your expertise in a range of possible specialisms. Across all disciplines, you will typically examine techniques in sustainable design, artistic approaches and collaborative methods.
From clothes, to interactive media and digital design, you may explore a wealth of products and services, taking into account technology and commerce as well as current creative approaches. This includes examining approaches in economics such as finance, as well as consideration of business and management strategies for various industries.
Whether you opt for a more applied or theoretical Masters, your expertise would make you suitable for a range of roles. You could be at the forefront of product design, working either as an independent practitioner or for a corporate organisation. You could also explore interior design, renovation and conservation practices.