Design Minor

Design is not art. Design plays a strategic role in identifying, defining, and creating the artifacts that make the business enterprise. Complete two design modules to qualify for a minor in design.

At a glance

  • Two modules available

  • Difficulty: Intermediate to advanced

  • Available as minor only

Specialization snapshot

Key topics & skills

  • Design Principles, Methods & Practices

  • Design in Business

  • Design Principles in Modern Design Imagery

  • How to Deliver a Structured Creative Project

  • Key Elements of Brand, Graphic Identity, Web & Industrial Design

Professional skills gained

Designing Creative Processes
Presentation, Typography and Color
User Experience (UX) Design
Visual Design

Why Design?

Design impacts every product and service from every organization, from product design to visual communications. Explore different industries and see how they use design to publicize products and to establish an identity.

Design 1

Design 1

Identify, generate, develop, manage & nurture creativity in business.

  • Credits: 7.5

  • Difficulty: Intermediate

  • Requirement: Core modules 1, 2, and 3

Design 2

Building Business Through Design

Leverage design techniques to get better overall experiences for customers, employees & investors.

  • Credits: 7.5

  • Difficulty: Advanced

  • Requirement: Design 1

What our students say

I study business but it’s the creative side that interests me. At Hult, I’ve come to understand the process behind design decisions.

Leslie Mercedes


Class of 2018

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