The Master of Design and Innovation concentrates on innovation and strategic design as central and transversal axes at the same time. For the students share common content and projects and, on the other hand, provides specific training for each one of the cohabiting disciplines:
Students on this programme will receive transversal training to make them professionals with a 360º vision of the corporate world. Designers in all fields require transversal knowledge of common design skills. Such knowledge: methodologies, experiences and laboratories, provides an efficient tool to understand the relations between people, the economy, our planet and design, enhancing the capacity to define the impact we need to become leaders in the future of our fragile ecosystem.
Innovation: Methodologies and tools for innovative ideas. Design from and with innovation guidelines on the conceptualisation of new businesses, systems and products.
Sustainability: Social, economic, cultural and environmental sustainability principles applied to thinking and developing design processes.
Strategic Design: The ability to define and design strategies where designers become more accurate and efficient each step into the process of design and future results.
Around 50% of Master addresses teaching methodologies and tools which are useful for one discipline or another. It reinforces the concept of a multidisciplinary education, enhancing the experience and collaborative learning by design.
Each discipline has its own set of projects and subjects where the specific skills are improved through detailed experiences and challenges. Almost all specific activities are projects with/for real clients and scenarios, subjects and the Final MDI Personal Project.