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Curriculum planning

Curriculum planning mainly based on space design as the core framework, including courses in the following fields: digital technology foundation and application courses; creative aesthetics foundation and application courses; space and commodity design related foundation and application courses; and other cross-fields and other related courses course.
The curriculum planning emphasizes people-oriented space and design. Through digital technology and combining creativity and aesthetics, it is expected that a new generation of design concepts and applications can be developed. All students must complete the required credits in the courses of the first three fields in order to obtain the basic knowledge of cross-field and integrated training.

Curriculum planning not only seeks to cultivate design talents with international outlook and theoretical understanding, but also hopes to train professional designers who can be practical and integrated. The course content not only focuses on the integration of contemporary space design majors with practical technical knowledge, but also emphasizes the integrated development of design creation and professional practice. Therefore, the curriculum also includes the construction and application of design creation, professional technology and practical intelligence and other knowledge systems.

Freshman: Basic drawing ability training (including basic sketching, computer 2D drawing), information skills knowledge and aesthetic concept training
Sophomore: 2D plane and 3D three-dimensional design software training, learning digital space concept, product design and brand concept
Junior three: advanced design technology training, professional field classification, professional technical training
Fourth year: high-level design capabilities, industry internships, assistance in professional employment