Rodrigo Muñoz came to DSI with a clear goal: He wanted to improve education in his country, Ecuador. And within a month of graduating from DSI, Rodrigo became a professor at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador, where he started teaching at the School of Communications and Contemporary Arts. His courses range from Fundamentals of Design and Software to advanced Thesis and Research studies. Rodrigo’s strategy is to introduce a more diverse perspective of design than what is traditionally taught, and to introduce his future students to the wide range of skills he learned at DSI. If you are a goal-oriented go-getter, you belong here. Learn to be a design leader, see what a degree in social design can do for you.