Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Specialization in Design Projects

The program is aimed at students of the Major in Engineering, Design and Innovation who wish to go deeper into the design of products and services and provide solutions to real problems.

While completing the minor, students will learn the necessary skills to create solutions to real problems while considering the perspective of productivity, functionality and formal consistency, as well as the requirements of users, the manufacturing sectors and international quality levels.

This minor is also aimed at students who will specialize in the title of Designer and has a limited number of vacancies, so students must pass a selection process for admission.

General Training Plan Requirements (**)

  • PSB400B Psychological Theories and Processes
  • SOG104 Communication Theory
  • DNO0114 Representation

Required Courses

  • DNO0211 Workshop: Identity
  • DNO0321 Workshop: Quality II
  • DNO0221 Workshop: Product


Choose 10 credits between:

  • DNO0212 Project Communication
  • DNO0323 Production Processes

(*) This minor is exclusively for students who take the Design Track. It consists of 55 credits and requires the approval of the indicated courses as a requirement of the General Training Plan.

(**) It is necessary to pass these courses as General Training Elective for both the minor and the specialization with the UC Designer title.

The list of courses is subject to modifications according to the academic planning in effect at the time of course registration. Remember to always be informed of the latest updates to the Study Programs.