Program Outcomes

By the end of this program, students will be able to:

  1. Identify social, Cultural, Economic, Ecological and Technological in Design Solutions.
  2. Apply project Management Skills and Quantity Estimation.
  3. Apply Laws, Codes, Regulations, Standards and Practices in Relation to Building Construction Systems.
  4. Examine the Historical and Theoretical Fundamentals of Interior Design.
  5. Apply the Principles of Lighting, Acoustics, Thermal Comfort, and Indoor air Quality in Relation to Environmental Impact and Human Wellbeing.
  6. Employ Collaboration and Leadership Skills in the Process of Internal Design.
  7. Distinguish Codes, Standards, and Guidelines that Impact the Human Experience of Interior Spaces.
  8. Develop Quantitate and Qualitative Research Projects in areas of Interior Design
  9. Apply the Creativity and Analytical Skills and Artistic Sense.
  10. Evaluate how Materials are Fabricated, Installed and Maintained and how to Plan Furniture, Fixture and Equipment Layouts.
  11. Employ Interior Design Knowledge Using Computer Aided Design Tools and Drawing Techniques on two and three Dimensional as Required.