Major Courses

The major courses of Industrial Design form the basis of the Eindhoven Industrial Design Engineer. Students develop a knowledge and skill base, which they can use and further develop in projects. Major courses are linked to the Expertise Areas, each with their own perspective on the Design & Research Process.  

The Professional Identity and Vision learning line is one of the major courses of Industrial Design that takes place throughout the Bachelor program. For more information about the learning line through the years and on registration and assessment, check out the information pages. 

For more information on the courses, find them in the Osiris Course Catalogue. For an overview of the core courses, check the Curriculum Overview on the Forms and Files page or check the table below. For an overview of the registration dates, check the Year planning on the Forms and Files page. For registration, use Osiris. For help with planning, we advise you to use the PlanApp and MyTimetable

Course codeBasic course

Expertise

Area

YearQuartile

DPB380 

Professional Identity and Vision learning line 

 

1,2 and 3 

all 

DCB100 

From idea to Design 

CA 

DBB100 

Creative Programming 

TR 

DDB200 

User-centered design 

US 

DBB200 

Creative Electronics 

TR 

DAB100 

Making Sense of Sensors 

MDC 

1 or 2 

DDB100 

Design <> Research 

US + CA 

DCB200 

Aesthetics of interaction 

CA 

2

DAB200 

Design Innovation Methods 

BE