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Which major is the most relevant to industrial design? Thanks. :)
DO NOT settle! Pick a college where you can choose your own major and pursue it. Industrial design is the most relevant major to industrial design.
Architecture I suppose. Though FIU does not offer a Bachelor's in Architecture, only a combined Master's degree.
Nursing. The building is huge and well made. Very inspirational.
I would say Architecture or Industrial Engineer with emphasis on design.
I would say computer programmer or graphics designer
civil engineering, or interior design
Engineering or architecture. Don't be an art major, you'll just smoke too much weed and staple a beer can to a chair for money.
Florida International University have an outstanding engineering department, in which offers degrees such as industrial engineering. There are other opportunities given but it depends on which direction you want to pursue.
I don't know about that
Probably Architecture would be your best bet. Each major has a specialization that you can focus on
architecture all the way. that's the closest thing :)
Architecture and engineering
Try researching Industrial and Systems Engineering, it may be what you are looking for.
Unfortunately, I do not know about this major.
not really sure but i think degree in engineering might work...but again I'm not sure
I Design, or graphic design are relevant to industrial design.
Architecture or engineering department would be for you. There are advisors that can help you choose specifically what major is right for you.
not at this university but i would say engineering......
FIU has a interior design program not an industrial design program.
I believe there is an Industrial Engineering Degree program, or else you could just do Mechanical Engineering and "specialize" in Industrial design. Specializing is done by picking Engineering electives in your last year which will give you a certificate of some type.
architecture, industrial Ingeneering
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