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Are you looking to solve complex problems through design thinking? Join our online information session to learn how a Master of Science in Engineering Design Innovation (EDI) from Northwestern will prepare you to lead cross-functional teams and design groundbreaking new products and services.
Join the Next Generation of Design Innovation Leaders

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Full-time and part-time options
Understand the cross-functional perspective of information technology and its place in business operations
Lead information technology teams and projects
Bridge the gap between fundamental technologies and business strategies
Implement better IT solutions that reflect the demands of today's evolving marketplace
Benefit from a robust alumni network

INFORMATION SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

HANDS-ON LEARNING
EDI encourages you to be creative and use your imagination while collaborating with an exceptionally talented cohort of students in team-based projects. Learn how you’d gain a high-level understanding of the design process and to best function as both a team player and a leader. 

 

EDI CURRICULUM
Hear how the custom-designed EDI program curriculum focuses on an integrated design process that blends analytical skills, intuition, and creative thinking in order to develop practical solutions to actual problems.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Learn what our extensive network and formal support from University Career Services and Engineering Career Development can mean for you in helping to secure future internships and job opportunities.

A few companies that have hired our alumni:

STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Phoebe Evans (’16) designed a life clock that embodies time through the representation of rings on a tree. Evans used Arduino and LED lights to bring life to the clock.

Six students (’15) teamed up with IDEO Chicago to design a low-cost teff seed row planter to improve the livelihood of Ethiopian farmers.

Jeff Kahn (’14) designed the product Zeez which explores how different dosing protocols of light can affect the circadian clock thus improving the quality of life.

"EDI gives you the different lenses to bring a holistic experience together"
 
Anthony Jakubiak, EDI '12
Design Director, SAP

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HANDS-ON LEARNING
EDI encourages you to be creative and use your imagination while collaborating with an exceptionally talented cohort of students in team-based projects. Learn how you’ll gain a high-level understanding of the design process, and how to best function as both a team player and a leader.
EDI CURRICULUM
Hear how the custom-designed EDI program curriculum focuses on an integrated design process that blends analytical skills, intuition, and creative thinking in order to develop practical solutions to actual problems.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Learn what our extensive network and formal support from University Career Services and Engineering Career Development can mean for you in helping to secure future internships and job opportunities.
Watch Northwestern's EDI program in action

 

• Nike
• P&G
• SAP Labs
• Hyundai
• Kimberly-Clark
• Motorola Mobility
• Fidelity
• Google
• HP
• 3M
• Apple
• Dyson

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