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Tuesday 19 November 2019  |   | 


Program Learning Outcomes

  • ​Define social, cultural, economic, and ecological context and value in all aspects of interior design.

  • Recognize the knowledge of human experience and behavior to designing the built environment.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of interior construction and codes in relation to building construction systems.

  • Analyze the history and theories used in interior design body of knowledge throughout the design process.

  • Apply the knowledge of color, light, and indoor environmental quality that impact human well-being.

  • Demonstrate students’ ability to work individually and collaborate in team tasks in different int​​erior design practices.

  • Show the ability to use of law codes, standards, and guidelines that impact the human experience of interior spaces.

  • Demonstrate verbal, visual, and written communication skills required for the profession.

  • Illustrate the use of technology in design solutions to integrate furnishings, materials, and finishes.

  • Employ interior design knowledge using drawing techniques on two and three dimensional as required.