Graduates from this program will be capable of formulating and executing design projects from a strategic perspective. These projects will take a systemic approach and apply innovative concepts to generate alternative solutions that are relevant to the context of productive sectors.
As a master in strategic design, you will develop skills to:
- Recognize socioeconomic, environmental, technological and cultural trends and dynamics.
- Produce critical, creative and innovative knowledge and apply it to develop projects, and
- Assess the social and environmental impact of concepts, systems, patents, social interventions or publications, among others.
You can work in both the public and private sectors, in ministries that promote applied technology, sectors that generate social innovation, productive social organizations, cutting-edge productive sectors, academic settings that contribute to strategic design, or in your own consulting company.