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What is Digital Design and Fabrication?

The Digital Design and Fabrication program is a unique partnership between the schools of Fine & Performing Arts and Science & Engineering which prepares students to conceptualize and design for 21st century manufacturing.

The program combines expertise in the School of Fine & Performing Arts to introduce Design theory, aesthetics, and 3D modeling skills along with expertise from the School of Science & Engineering to expose students to the study of material properties and constraints, while applying analytical approaches to problem solving. With an undergraduate minor as well as a Master of Arts program, the interdisciplinary curriculum encourages research and communication across fields to provide students a foundation in design thinking for a modern world.