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2.00B Toy Product Design

Prereq: None
U (Spring)
9 Units

Provides students with an overview of design for entertainment and play, as well as opportunities in creative product design and community service. Students develop ideas for new toys that serve clients in the community, and work in teams with local sponsors and with experienced mentors on a themed toy design project. Students enhance creativity and experience fundamental aspects of the product development process, including determining customer needs, brainstorming, estimation, sketching, sketch modeling, concept development, design aesthetics, detailed design, and prototyping. Includes written, visual, and oral communication.Enrollment limited; preference to freshmen.

D. R. Wallace

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Engineering as Recommended by the Department of Mechanical Engineering (Course 2-A)

http://catalog.mit.edu/degree-charts/mechanical-engineering-course-2-a/

Degree Chart for Bachelor of Science in Engineering as Recommended by the Department of Mechanical Engineering (Course 2-A)