Learning Outcomes for Interior Design
1. Engage constructively in critical inquiry and analysis skills, and intellectual discourse within the art fields.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of and competency with computer technology as it is used in the artistic processes.
3: Demonstrate knowledge principles of design and color in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional representation.
4. Experience the relationship of academic studio practices to professional applications.
5. Discuss and write about the historical context for the visual arts.
6. Demonstrate college-level writing proficiencies within the conventions of the discipline.
7: Demonstrate an ability to apply human factors in context to residential and commercial design, including programming, environmental control systems, anthropometrics, ergonomics, proxemics and Universal Design.
8: Demonstrate a familiarity with research theories and methodologies related to or concerned with interior design.
9: Demonstrate an understanding of the business practices of interior design, including project management, ethics, communication, codes, and health, safety and welfare.
10. Advanced skills: Display knowledge and skills in the use of basic through advanced tools, techniques, and processes sufficient to work from concept to finished product.
11. Design: Applies the elements and principles of design.
12. Color: Apply sophisticated use of color theory and cultural context.
13. Verbal Skills: Ability to clearly and concisely articulate design concepts and solutions to engage in intellectual discourse within the discipline.
14. Risk-taking: Demonstrate willingness to go beyond original parameters of assignment, introducing new materials and forms, including tackling controversial topics.
15. Imagination: Discuss and present an awareness of personal creative process.
16. Synthesis: Deconstruct concepts applying and carrying them out into a sophisticated and unique visual solution.