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TY 314 — Professional Practices in Toy Design

1.5 credits; 3 lab hours

This course combines studio work, discussion of trends, consultation with industry professionals, and presentation practice in order to strengthen students' design and marketing skills and develop portfolios to address the needs of the job market. Work focuses on specific design categories according to individual needs.
Prerequisite(s): TY 326, TY 327, TY 352, and SS 232.

Toy Design BFA Degree Program

School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 89109     CIP:  50.0404 The Toy Design BFA prepares students for careers as children’s product designers working with a variety of companies in the toy industry, from small specialty firms to major global corporations. Students participate in a summer internship that takes place between the junior and senior year. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2024.