Social Innovation Design

Academic Diploma of 1st level DAPL06*
SCHOOL OF ARTISTIC PLANNING FOR BUSINESS specialising in Design for Social Innovation

*Three-year course awaiting formal acknowledgement by the Ministry of University and Research.

Course structure

“Each product assumes social responsibility”: how can society be the concern of design? can design apply to society and mankind? and the planning of processes? can design provide answers to latent requests not represented by any formal commission? The objective of the course is the promotion of and the incentive to plan new ideas at the service of society, people and their needs.

First year’s didactic programme

The objective of the first course year is to impart a basic education in the fields of human and economic sciences and design, in order to provide elements of techniques and instruments linked to the planning process.

Social Innovation Design 1

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Elisa Bacchetti

Technical and Project Design

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Emanuele Bottigella

Project Methodology

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Michele Cerruti But

Business Logics and Organisation

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Giorgio Donna

Elements of Contemporary Philosophy

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Paolo Furia

History of Contemporary Art

Basic educational activity [manca DI in ita]
Lecturer: Emanuela Gandini

Contemporary Art Languages

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Matteo Lucchetti

Sociology of Art

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Valentina Pacetti

Principles of Computer Sciences

Further educational activity
Lecturer: Alessandro Pastore

English

Other activities (workshops, traineeships, seminars)

Second year’s didactic programme

The objective of the second year is to conclude the basic educational cycle and start exploring specifically the world of system design, and to complete the technical-managerial training.

Social Innovation Design 2

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Elisa Bacchetti

Urban and Territorial Intervention Planning

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Michele Cerruti But

Business Logics and Organisation

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Giorgio Donna

Contemporary Art Languages

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Matteo Lucchetti

Modelling

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Eugenia Morpurgo

Sociology of Art

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Valentina Pacetti

Graphic Design

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Armona Pistoletto

Applied Arts and Typology of Materials

Basic educational activity

History of Design

Basic educational activity
Lecturer: Francesca Comisso

3D Digital Modelling Techniques

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Sinem Vandarli

Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Judith Wielander

Other activities (workshops, traineeships, seminars)

Third year’s didactic programme

The third year concludes the curricular courses. The second part of the year is dedicated to traineeships, students’ autonomous educational activities, writing the dissertation.

Creative Writing

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Chiara Belliti

Art Economics and Market

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Paolo Naldini

Contemporary Expressive Problems

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Paolo Naldini

Graphic Design

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Armona Pistoletto

Social Innovation Design 3

Characterising educational activity
Lecturer: Michele Visciola

Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts

Affine educational activity
Lecturer: Judith Wielander

Other activities (workshops, traineeships, seminars)

Dissertation

Internships and traineeships

Internships and educational activities carried out outside the classroom are key elements of a development focusing on experience and customised programmes. They are practices allowing students to test their knowledge and skills, and experiment with their commitment to transforming society, social engagement, planning, sharing.

Career perspectives

Our establishment operates with the aim of helping students and new graduates define their professional and career project through specific services, activities and resources directed at facilitating the transition into the world of work.