Study guides

Timetables

Mornings (from 8.30 am to 2.30 pm)

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Final Project
1st year 48 12    
2nd year 12 48    
3rd year   48 12  
4th year   12 36 12
Totals 60 120 48 12

Period of study

Annual, with some semester-long subjects

Part-time or full-time

Full-time, with a slow track available: 30 credits per academic year.

Specialisations

General training
Specialisation in Product Design
Specialisation in Design of Spaces
Specialisation in Graphic Design
Specialisation in Visual Creation
Specialisation in Design Culture

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
- Basic Drawing
- Colour and Volume
- Technical Drawing (d) (f) (g) (j)
- Introduction to Art Theory and Design
- Art, Design and Society
- Drawing Workshop (a)
- IT Resources for Design
- Physics Applied to Design (d) (f)
- Introduction to the History of Design and Art
- Introduction to Project Design (b) (d) (e) (i)
- Projects 1
- History of Modern Art and Design
- Typography (a)
- IT Applied to Text and Image Design (1) (a) (i)
- IT Applied to the Design of Spaces and Volumes (1)
- Design of Ephemeral Spaces
- Management of Design Projects (b) (c) (d) (e)
- Audiovisual Resources for Design
- Scale Models and Prototypes
- Design of Elements of Identity
- Projects 2
3rd year 4th year
- Projects 3
- Contemporary Art and Design
- Design and Business (c) (d) (f) (i) (j)
- Properties and Uses of New Materials for Design
- Ergonomics, Perception and Usability
- Latest Trends in Design
- Projects 4
- Graphic Production (2) (b) (c) (i)
- Construction Materials and Techniques (2) (j)
- Industrial Transformation Process (2)
- Book Layout (3) (b) (i)
- Modelling Objects (3)
- Architecture and Interior Decorating Using IT (3)
- Introduction to Photography (4) (a)
- Graphic Creation Workshop (4)
- Visual Arts Workshop (4)
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(1) One of these two subjects must be chosen.
(2) One of these three subjects must be chosen.
(3) One of these three subjects must be chosen.
(4) One of these three subjects must be chosen.
(a) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Advertising Graphics.
(b) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Editorial Design and Production.
(c) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Production in the Graphic Arts Industry.
(d) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Projects and Management in Decoration Work.
(e) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Development of Wood Products and Furniture.
(f) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Design and Application of Construction Projects.
(i) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Design and Edition of Printed and Multimedia Publications.
(j) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Building Projects.

Optional subjects

- External work placement

Specialisations are learning tracks included in the European Diploma Supplement (DS).
In order to obtain a specialisation, a minimum of 30 credits belonging to the pathway must be taken:

Specialisation in Product Design Specialisation in Design of Spaces
- Analysis and Critique of the Design of Objects
- Design of Public Equipment Elements
- Design of Containers, Packaging and Labels
- Furniture Design (e)
- Design of Domestic Equipment
- Product Innovation and Design Processes
- Analysis and Criticism of the Design of Spaces
- Interior Decoration in Commercial Spaces
- Interior Decoration in Domestic Spaces
- Rehabilitation
- Interior Design in Workplaces
- Scenography
Specialisation in of Graphic Design Specialisation in Visual Creation
- Analysis and Critique of the Design of Visual Communication (a)
- Art Direction (a)
- Graphics in Movement
- Typographic Creation
- Editorial Design (b) (i)
- Infography
- Photography
- Digital Production
- Serigraphy
- Printing Techniques
- Techniques of Illustration
- Applied Illustration
Specialisation in Design Culture  
- History and Critique of Design in Catalonia
- Pedagogies of Design
- Cultural Design and Management
- Directing Design
- Organisation of Design Exhibitions
- Design Analysis and Critique
 

All optional subjects are worth 5 credits.
(a) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Advertising Graphics.
(b) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Editorial Design and Production.
(e) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Development of Wood Products and Furniture.
(i) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Design and Edition of Printed and Multimedia Publications.