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香港理工大学设计学专业

2018-03-09...

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香港理工大学(简称“理大”)前身为“香港官立高级工业学院”,成立于1937年。1947年更名为“香港工业专门学院”。1972年8月1日改组为“香港理工学院”。1994年11月25日,《香港理工大学条例》经香港立法局通过及刊登宪报后实行,“香港理工学院”正式升格为“香港理工大学”。


 香港理工大学(简称“理大”)前身为“香港官立高级工业学院”,成立于1937年。1947年更名为“香港工业专门学院”。1972年8月1日改组为“香港理工学院”。1994年11月25日,《香港理工 大学条例》经香港立法局通过及刊登宪报后实行,“香港理工学院”正式升格为“香港理工大学”。           理大毗邻红磡海底隧道,占地约九万三千五百平方米。过去十年间,理大经历了大规模又迅速的扩展。理大现为全港学生人数最多的大学教育资助委员会(University Grants Committee)资助的大学。理大开办的专业多元化,包括学士、硕士、博士、副学士、高级文凭等课程。  理大在满足香港社会在人力资源需求的同时,亦积极为公营及私营机构提供专业顾问、培训及应用研究等服务。透过这些服务,大学与工商界亦建立了紧密的伙伴关系。 大学并锐意培育既拥有专业知识和独立思考,又具备良好沟通技巧及广阔视野的首选毕业生。此外,理大又推行学分制,让学生可在选择学科和学习进度方面更具灵活性。  理大多年来已培育了近二十四万名莘莘学子。这些毕业生在社会不同阶层担当独特的角色,以其知识才能回馈社会,为本港经济发展尽一分力。 

Master of dDesign

设计学硕士

● DPF for Design Practices (Full-time)  设计实践 (FULL-TIME)

● DSP for Design Strategies (Part-time) 设计策略 (PART-TIME)

● INF for Interaction Design (Full-time)  交互设计 ( FULL- TIME )

● UEF for Urban Environments Design (Full-time) 城市环境设计 (FULL-TIME)

Master of Design (Design Practices)

This specialism focuses on design as a strategic tool for the consumer economy. Interdisciplinary projects embrace business strategy and brand development, identifying opportunities for innovation and user experience. This full-time international programme responds to the world’s industrial and technological transformation with a focus on China. The development of a high level of research, analysis, strategic vision, aesthetics, and technical mastery in development, fabrication and commercialisation of design prepares students for leadership roles.

 

Primarily a studio experience, some projects will be sponsored by leading companies with a real business context provided as the basis for collaborative workshops. This is a full-time, intensive one-year programme. Theory and method subjects are delivered during weekends over 4 consecutive weeks each. A Capstone Project concludes the year with an experience that synthesises learning in a real world setting. Classes are normally held during the daytime on weekdays except for 3 subjects, of which 2 are delivered during weekends and 1 Core Subject conducted during weekday evenings. Each of the weekend subjects requires 3 weekends spread over 4-5 weeks.

It normally takes 1 year to complete the specialism.

Requirements:

·        A Bachelor’s degree in design or the equivalent in a related discipline is required.

·        Portfolios will be reviewed during the selection process.

Master of Design (Design Strategies)

This specialism seeks to locate design strategically in the context of business and technology by exploring best practices as shown in case studies, human-centred explorations to identify previously unrecognised user needs and desires, comparative analyses of business opportunities, successes and failures, and analyses of branding strategies, with particular attention paid to the local context of transforming original equipment manufacture (OEM) to original design manufacture (ODM), and finally to own brand management (OBM). The specialism is applicable to both business and non-profit organizations, and extends across local and global issues.

 

Design Strategies takes a flexible approach to learning for engaged professionals. Subjects are normally taught on weekends with most subjects taken in any order after the completion of a selection of Core Subjects. For example, a typical 3-credit subject requires 3 weekends over a 4-5 weeks period. Not a studio programme, the purpose of this specialism is academic – to deepen design understanding and integrate design in its business and technological context through reading, thinking, discussing and writing. The specialism studies conclude with a report that synthesises individual experience and interests with programme materials leading to strategic development for an organization or in the pursuit of social and cultural goals.

Classes are normally held on weekends except for 1 Core Subject and 1 Elective that are delivered on weekday evenings. Each subject requires 3 weekends spread over 4-5 weeks.

It normally takes 2 years to complete the specialism.  

Requirements:

·        A Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent and a minimum of two years of design-related professional experience is required.

·        Portfolios will be reviewed during the selection process.

 

Master of Design (Interaction Design)

This specialism seeks to enhance human ability and life through the design of innovative, interactive and experiential ideas, based on a synthesis of human thought patterns and habits with technical means. A combination of theory, planning strategies, research and technical skills provide the foundation for workshops that explore emerging aspects of interaction design, based on human needs and pleasures as well as technological development.

 

Interaction Design is structured by a combination of intensively taught short courses that directly support a workshop investigation. Workshops take various forms from individual to team work, from self-initiated projects to externally sponsored projects. A range of Electives is available to tailor the experience to individual interests. Some classes meet during weekends and evenings. The expectation is that the student is fully committed to the programme and works in the studio environment. The programme concludes with a Demonstration Project that unites research, creative exploration, user understanding and prototype testing to provide a solution. Graduation requires the successful completion of 36 credits.

Classes are normally held during the daytime on weekdays except 1 subject or some Electives that are delivered during weekends. Each of these weekend subjects requires 3 weekends spread over 4-5 weeks.

It normally takes 1 year to complete the specialism.

Requirements:

·        A Bachelor’s degree in design or the equivalent in a related discipline is required.

·        Portfolios will be reviewed during the selection process.

 

Master of Design (Urban Environments Design)

This full-time international postgraduate programme responds to the unprecedented urban transformations occurring during the past few decades in Hong Kong and China. Urban Environments Design aims at the development of a high level of intellectual and practical mastery of the analysis and design of diverse urban environments in the region, with broader implications for urban contexts worldwide. The approach of the Urban Environments Design is based on an understanding of socio-cultural dynamics of the regional context transferred into new design strategies and design interventions.

 

Primarily a studio experience, some projects will be sponsored by private and public sector partners with a real-world context provided as the base for collaborative workshops. This is a full-time 1.5-year programme. Theory and method subjects are typically delivered during weekends over four consecutive weeks each. A Capstone Project concludes the programme with an experience that synthesises learning in a real-world setting. Classes are normally held during the daytime on weekdays. Some subjects will be delivered during weekends. Each of the weekend subjects requires three weekends spread over 4–5 weeks.

It normally takes 1.5 year to complete the specialism.

Requirements:

·        A Bachelor’s degree in spatial design or the equivalent in a related discipline is required.

·        Portfolios will be reviewed during the selection process.


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