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Berea College Bachelor of Science in Technology and Applied Design Artisan Studies Concentration
Berea College

Bachelor of Science in Technology and Applied Design Artisan Studies Concentration

Berea, USA

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Sep 2023

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Introduction

Building on a long tradition, the Technology and Applied Design Department (TAD) at Berea College provide a dynamic and relevant curriculum that engages students in research, design, and production while emphasizing sustainable practices. Through practical, hands-on experiences in traditional and contemporary facilities, the department strives to cultivate critical and creative problem-solvers with the capabilities to identify, analyze, and implement design solutions as responsible citizens of the world.

The Technology and Applied Design Artisan Studies concentration prepare the student for a variety of career options. This degree program is designed to give the student a strong background in design, communications, production, and power/energy technologies, combined with a study of management strategies and procedures focused more on the artisan level scale. Students completing this major may pursue careers that include various options but are primarily interested in owning their own business. Students completing this degree program may pursue careers that include:

Entrepreneurship

Graphic Artistry

Metal Working/Welding

Photography

Woodworking

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