Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will acquire the essential knowledge and skills of successful practitioners in the field of Interior Design. Six critical outcomes are identified as essentials for students to achieve the above mentioned aim. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to:
  • Formulate a complete understanding of the historical and theoretical fundamentals and universal principles of interior design.
  • Develop a comprehensive, human-centered, socially and economically responsive design through creative problem-solving within interior environments..
  • Integrate designs within the context of building technology systems using appropriate materials and products.
  • Develop attitudes, traits and values of professional responsibility, accountability and effectiveness.
  • Communicate effectively and express ideas in writing, orally and graphically.
  • Acquire the necessary knowledge for applying laws, codes, regulations, standards and practices that maintain the health, safety and welfare of the public.
  • Attain a managerial foundation required for professional practice.