The four year degree course in design department aims at preparing students to approach design as a logical and innovative process. Aesthetics and creativity are the result of this process. Each design solution is stage by stage debated and refined, culminating in an aesthetically strong and purposeful design. The students are encouraged to question the information and rethink what they are planning to deliver to the society and industry. The department offers four major disciplines.
These two majors are offered from second year onwards to students who have qualified the foundation course. To support design assignments, the department of design operates metal, wood, and ceramic workshops, as well as textile and printing studios. Computer and photography labs are also available for students.