Industrial Design Engineering (IDE)

IDE 110  Design Foundation-Visual Literacy

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Corequisite: IDE 120 and IDE 130

Develops visual literacy to communicate industrial design concepts, analyze visual structures of images and objects, and decipher manufacturing techniques used for existing products. A portfolio-based course that explores sketching techniques for industrial design based on formal design concepts and principles and promote an understanding of design used for functional and aesthetic problem solving used in industrial design.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623151IDE:110TR8:30am - 9:30amR. Westerkamp28B-305
TR9:35am - 11:00amR. Westerkamp28B-305

IDE 120  Introduction to CAD

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 130

Computer Aided Design (CAD) applications and design processes used in industrial design and manufacturing. A portfolio-based course that requires students to generate industry standard CAD drawings used for manufacturing.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623152IDE:120MW8:30am - 9:30amS. James28B-310
MW9:35am - 11:00amS. James28B-310

IDE 130  Shop Processes

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120

Methods and tools used for creating production prototypes, breadboards, and mock-ups used for fabrication and manufacturing industries. Focus is on tool and process selection, safety, and mastery of machine operation skills and techniques.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623153IDE:130MW12:00pm - 1:00pmS. Takahashi28A-102K
MW1:05pm - 2:30pmS. Takahashi28A-102K

IDE 150  Design Foundations

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120 and IDE 130
Corequisite: IDE 160 and IDE 170

Digital graphic media for industrial design used to convey complex design and manufacturing criteria. Focuses on design solutions for conceptual and structural problems with an emphasis on drawing techniques, rapid visualization, color theory, and Computer Assisted Design (CAD) techniques required for effective visual communication.

IDE 160  Intermediate CAD

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120 and IDE 130
Corequisite: IDE 150 and IDE 170

Applications, methods, theories, and industrial design processes used in engineering and industrial design fields. A portfolio-based course that develops skills in sketching, communicating, constructing mock ups and displays, prototyping, and 2D and 3D Computer Assisted Design (CAD) parametric solid modeling.

IDE 170  Introduction to Prototyping

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120 and IDE 130
Corequisite: IDE 150 and IDE 160

Processes and materials typically employed when creating breadboards, proof of concept models, form studies and production-intent prototypes. Provides hands-on experience with fabrication techniques including related tools and machinery. Emphasis is placed how the design process is influenced by material and manufacturing limitations.

IDE 210  Advanced Media

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 150 and IDE 160 and IDE 170
Corequisite: IDE 220 and IDE 230

Digital media used for designing, redesigning, and inventing industrial products. Develops illustration and conceptualization skills using media and technology such as digital project photography, 2D scanners, sketch tablets, and presentation and illustration software. Emphasis is placed on refining and completing a comprehensive portfolio.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623154IDE:210MW8:00am - 9:04amS. Takahashi28B-301B
MW9:05am - 10:30amS. Takahashi28B-301B

IDE 220  Advanced CAD

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 150 and IDE 160 and IDE 170
Corequisite: IDE 210 and IDE 230

Complex surface modeling in hybrid surface and solid environments using rapid modeling methods. Integrates manufacturing technologies, materials, and machine design with an emphasis on translating concepts from visualization manufacturing projects generated using computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and rapid prototyping technologies.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623155IDE:220MW12:00pm - 1:00pmS. James28B-310
MW1:05pm - 2:30pmS. James28B-310

IDE 230  Introduction to Mechanical Principles

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
Prerequisite: IDE 150 and IDE 160 and IDE 170
Corequisite: IDE 210 and IDE 220

Mechanical devices, concepts and principles common to manufactured products and manufacturing processes. Analysis, discussion, and problem solving related to mechanical design scenarios and supported by computer aided design (CAD). Exploration of inherent strengths and weaknesses of specific devices and various design approaches. Emphasis on the way mechanical principles affect design strategies.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Fall 201623156IDE:230TR11:00am - 12:00pmS. James28A-102K
TR12:05pm - 1:30pmS. James28A-102K

IDE 250  Product Design and Viability

6 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 54   Lab: 162
Prerequisite: IDE 210 and IDE 220 and IDE 230
Corequisite: IDE 270

Product life cycle from design through manufacturing and distribution. Portfolio-based course that includes fabrication of a viable product and incorporates every stage of project management including research, graphic presentation, parts sourcing, material choices and fabrication of prototype.

IDE 270  Manufacturing Processes and Materials

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
Lecture: 9   Lab: 135
Prerequisite: IDE 210 and IDE 220 and IDE 230
Corequisite: IDE 250

Relationships between common manufacturing processes and associated materials including advantages, limitations, and their impact on the design process. Reverse engineering and computer aided design (CAD) model construction assists with understanding common design approaches and real-world manufacturing problems and solutions.

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