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Programs

Creating all-out innovators at every level.

Take a Design Course

Design your course of action.

Northwestern students in good standing may choose to take a design course at Segal without being enrolled in a Segal program. Work with real clients, solve complex problems, and deliver tangible results.

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Undergraduate Programs

Whether you’re looking to earn your bachelor’s degree or a certificate in design or take a single design course, Segal provides a range of exciting opportunities for undergraduates.

Master's Degree Programs

Position yourself for the next step in your career in industry, research, or academia.

EDI

Master of Science, Engineering Design Innovation (EDI)

In this 15-month program, students earn their master of science degree while collaborating in teams on human-centered design projects.

EDI Program

Master of Product Design and Development Management Program (mpd²)

This program is designed for professionals in the field who are eager to master the concepts and tools of product design and development management. Students may enroll in the program on a full- or part-time basis.

mpd² program
MMM

MMM Program

The first dual-degree program of its kind, MMM provides students with the distinct advantage of enrolling in the Kellogg School of Management and the McCormick School of Engineering to gain complementary skill sets in both strategic leadership and design innovation.

MMM Program
PhD Research

PhD Research

PhD students at Segal work in the Design Cluster, an interdisciplinary doctoral cluster program jointly sponsored by Segal, the McCormick School of Engineering, and The Graduate School at Northwestern.

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Executive Education

Gain the skills to manage the design and development of products for strategic competitive advantage. This intensive three-day certificate program provides the skills related to managing creativity and design, customer-focused innovation, gap analysis in the design process, strategy in design, industrial design essentials, human factors, research, marketing and intellectual property.

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Executive Education
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