Career

Career

At the School of Design, more than half of our students go on to pursue a master’s degree. Many other students find positions at private companies and government agencies. Each course prepares students for work in different industries, and many of them create careers where they make use of what they studied at university.

Many students who obtain a master's degree go on to pursue careers in the private sector or in government, where they can make direct use of the expertise they acquired in their graduate studies.

Students wanting to acquire an even higher level of expertise go on to pursue a doctoral program and pursue careers as cutting-edge researchers, designers, creators, and artists.

Career Paths after Graduation FY2018 - FY2020

School of DesignEnrollees before 2019

Department Graduates Schooling Employment Other
Department of Environmental Design 110 59 48 3
Department of Industrial Design 146 87 54 5
Department of Visual Communication Design 119 42 62 15
Department of Acoustic Design 109 62 37 10
Department of Art and Information Design 120 48 61 11

Graduate School of Design

Major / Course Graduates Employment Schooling Other
Department of Design Human Science Course / Human Science International Course 77 57 5 15
Department of Design Communication Design Science Course 103 86 5 12
Department of Design Environment and Heritage Design Course 74 50 6 18
Department of Design Content and Creative Design Course 116 84 6 26
Department of Design Strategy 124 84 3 37