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Master Of Product Design And Development Information Session; June 16Th

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If you are like I was, you knew you wanted to further your education but couldn’t find a program that fit your needs as a product developer. The Master of Product Design and Development was exactly what I’d been looking for.


Program Description: The Master of Product Design and Development program is designed for professionals eager to master the concepts and tools of project design and development. Students will learn about managing creativity and design, form and function, project management, customer-focused innovation, research, and financial and organization issues. All courses are taught from the perspective of product design and development in this highly focused curriculum. Designed to accommodate the busy schedules of engineering and technical professionals, the two-year graduate program takes place on Northwestern University’s Evanston campus one day a week on alternating Fridays and Saturdays.The degreed program is a must for mid-to-senior-level, technically trained professionals who are involved in the design and development of new products.


Much like a well designed product, this program gives you everything you need and nothing you don’t. The faculty are all top notch with a mix of real world professionals and professors from the various colleges such as McCormick and Kellogg. It has been named one of the top design programs in the world for the last two years by Businessweek. If you’re interested in finding out more, there is an open house coming up next month.


Thursday, June 16, 2011 5:30 – 7:00pm


Northwestern University / Evanston Campus

Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center

2133 N. Sheridan Road

Evanston, Illinois


Click below to register


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