Being an MIT-Sloan student opens many new opportunities to engage with design-related topics.
@MIT and Beyond
The MIT Sloan School of Management
Students at Sloan also have many opportunities beyond the Design Club to learn more about design-related topics. Product Design and Development and Design and Marketing New Products are just two of many popular courses offered at Sloan. Take a look at all Sloan classes >
MIT Media Lab
The MIT Media Lab is an interdisciplinary research laboratory devoted to projects at the convergence of technology, multimedia and design. Design is a part of the lifeblood of the Media Lab, and courses such as Design Across Scales bring students from across MIT and Boston-area schools. Check out the subject listing >
MIT Hobby Shop
The Hobby Shop is a fully equipped wood and metal shop that teaches students the art of thoughtful design and prototyping. It has been fostering MIT’s spirit of learning by doing by providing tools, training and assistance to all MIT students interested in turning their ideas into reality. Learn more >
Harvard Business School
Several Design Clubbers have enrolled in HBS courses, such as Design Thinking and Innovation with Professor Srikant M. Datar, taking full advantage of all of the cross-registration opportunities in the broader Cambridge area.
MIT'S INTEGRATED DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (IDM)
In 2015-16, MIT launched the IDM program - a combined MS in engineering and management.
Here's a small selection of a few books to read that connect design and business, recommended by club members.