Student Learning Outcomes
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1. Design Theory: Graduates solve complex interior design problems using the design process and their knowledge of principles, theories and applications to analyze the client profile and project program, both individually and collaboratively.
2. Communication: Graduates provide interior design services using effective oral, written, and visual communication employing a variety of means, methods and technologies, in both 2- and 3-dimensions.
3. Design and Problem-Solving Skills: Graduates implement the design process using critical and creative thinking to solve problems appropriate to the needs of the users of the space as well as the client.
4. Building Systems: Graduates produce interior design solutions that constructively integrate with available building, environmental, and property management systems, as well as prevailing codes and standards of use, maintenance and sustainability.
5. Interior Finish Materials: Graduates specify and apply to their solutions, finish materials that meet prevailing standards of use, maintenance, sustainability, regulatory compliance, and aesthetics.
6. Contextual Knowledge: Graduates have a global view and make design decisions relative to ecological, socio-economic, and cultural contexts.
7. Regulations: Graduates apply building codes, accessibility guidelines, and sustainable practices with consideration given to human factors.
8. Professionalism: Graduates provide professional services based on their body of knowledge with a standard of care that meets both client needs and protects the health, safety, and welfare of the public in an ethical and legal manner.