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(Processes and Experimental Techniques, 3D printed neckpiece project, 3D printed in SLS Nylon)


The Digital Design and Fabrication program provides a comprehensive introduction to creating digital designs that can be fabricated on a 3D printer.  The program consists of the following six courses which must be taken in order. 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

Crafting in Virtual Space 1
Programming for Media
Introduction to Mechatronics
Crafting in Virtual Space 2
Synthesis Lab
Design Thinking



This program is targeted for entrepreneurs, designers, artists, anyone who wants to be able to use these exciting new technologies.  Expectations for participants include some previous college work, including college-level mathematics and, ideally, some background in art/design.


The program will start in the Fall 2013 semester with the first two courses in the program, Programming for Media and Crafting in Virtual Space I. 


The courses can be taken for undergraduate college credit . Information on tuition and fees can be found at Courses can be taken for non-credit with a cost of $750/per course or $4,000 for the entire 6 course program.  Please contact the Office of Extended Learning at 845-257-2894 for information and registration.