Imam Javad University College

Industrial Design and Drawing

About Industrial Design

Industrial design (ID) is the professional service of creating and developing concepts and specifications that optimize the function, value and appearance of products and systems for the mutual benefit of both user and manufacturer. Many industrial designers often use various design methodologies in their creative process. Some of the processes that are commonly used are user research, sketching, comparative product research, model making, prototyping and testing. These processes are best defined by the industrial designers and/or other team members. Industrial designers often utilize 3D software, computer-aided industrial design and CAD programs to move from concept to production.
Program Details
The offered program lasts for 2 to 3 years. Each theoretical Credit is equivalent to 16 hours, each laboratory Credit is equivalent to 32 hours, each workshop Credit is equivalent to 48 hours, and each apprenticeship Credit is equivalent to 120 hours during each semester. Laboratory and workshop can be considered as 48 and 64 hours respectively. Each semester lasts for 16 weeks.


  • General Courses: 11 Credits
  • Basic Courses: 8 Credits
  • Core Courses: 19 Credits
  • Technical Courses: 34 Credits
  • Total: 72 Credits
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Roles and Capabilities

  • Drawing different mechanisms (e.g. templates, machinery, industrial parts and so on)
  • Industrial drawing using various advanced software
  • Drawing facilities of building and metal structures
  • Assistant designer of industrial components
  • Supervision, inspection and quality control