Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Student Outcomes (SOs)
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) :
Apply the knowledge in enhancing the quality and functionality of interior space design using creative and safe methods.
Demonstrate practical, technical, cost –effective and sustainable solutions to interior design.
Use skills required to work effectively in the interior design profession.
Show self –confidence and ability to make proper decisions through effective communication.
Pursue lifelong learning and continuing education.
Student Outcomes (SOs) :
State the underlying concepts of interior design including its theories, processes, and techniques.
Recognize the technical knowledge of construction materials, building systems and services.
Outline the principles of the lighting, acoustics, thermal comfort, and indoor air quality in relation to environmental impact and human wellbeing.
Develop proficiency in the selection & application of color in conveying their design solutions.
Justify the selection of materials, finishes, furniture and equipment suitable for interior spaces.
Apply principles of human factors, ergonomics, anthropometric data, environmental and universal design concepts.
Create design solutions within the parameters of
ecological, socio-economical, and cultural contexts with exposure to
Differentiate between various architectural, interior historic styles and eras.
Evaluate the safety of the built environment according to standard building codes and regulations that impact the design of interior spaces.
Demonstrate effective communication skills consistent with the professional environment by using modern tools, programs, and techniques in a functional and productive manner.
Produce drawings and models utilizing manual and digital techniques
Demonstrate professional, ethical and social responsibility in working
effectively in teams and in leadership roles across disciplines.
Show the ability to engage in lifelong learning and professional development
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