29.04.04 Decorative material working techniques

This area of instruction covers the field of modern computer techniques and tools to work various classes of materials (metals, alloys, wood, glass, ceramics, plastic, jewels and others) in order to design and make decorative and industrial products which are both functional and possess a high aesthetic value, making them competitive in the domestic and foreign markets.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Creativity exam
Programs, specializations:
Industrial product design and visualization techniques
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training for developing artwork projects based on their knowledge of both new and conventional materials, and using their skills in using modern computer design, 3D modeling, decoration and forming technologies.
Alumni can be employed as
  • manufacture engineer
  • design engineer
  • 3D designer
  • artwork designer (of jewelry, ceramics, furniture, stained glass, mosaics, small plastic products, etc.)
  • independent artist (crafts in metal, wood, ceramics, glass, etc.)
Program subjects
  • Computer artwork technologies
  • Modern artwork materials
  • New decorative materials working technologies
  • Artwork production and marketing management
  • Scientific restoration techniques
  • Modern design
  • Modern methods of artistic design
  • Copyright law
  • History and theory of modern design
  • Industrial aesthetics
Graduating department:
Computer Design Department