I've been looking at bachelor structure in Design Management, and so far i've came across these:
Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts:
Raffles College of Design and Commerce:
It would be good if someone can help expand this list.
> Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 13:58:16 +0800
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> I'd be interested to know how many and which graphic design courses contain
> a significant element of business theory and practice that would be
> sufficient for graphic designers to have sufficient business and commercial
> knowledge to be able to design brands and strategize business development.
> Most business schools have difficulty in a 3 year degree in providing
> sufficient knowledge for business students to competently undertake
> business strategy planning and designing the underlying organisaitonal
> aspects necessary for a brand identity to be coherent.
> It would be useful information if graphic design schools are able to teach
> this knowledge in less time.
> Dr. Terence Love, FDRS, AMIMechE, PMACM
> Director Design-focused Research Group, Design Out Crime Research Group
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> Best wishes,
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