CIDI Cirriculum (Architecture & Industrial Design)

Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation
Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Design
5 in-person courses for undergraduate and graduate students


CIDI is a research center at the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Design, offering five courses in universal design for graduate and undergraduate students. While the courses are primarily for architecture and industrial design students, design experience are not prerequisites for all of these courses. Students in human-computer interaction, biomedical engineering, and human factors psychology have taken these courses as well.

Course Offerings:

  • ID 4210 / Arch 4843 – Intro to Universal Design in the Built Environment
  • ID 4823 – Accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • ID 3031 – Health and Design Studio
  • ID 6201 – Health and Wellness Studio
  • ID 6800/Arch 8843 – Advanced Universal Design: Investigations in the Built Environment