CACE

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design

In Interior Design, students acquire the appropriate technical skills and conceptual knowledge to design functional, safe, and aesthetically appealing interior architectural spaces for their clients. Students work on small residential to large commercial projects and learn about soft and hard decorative finishes, illumination, and the interplay between social and natural environments.

Through research, problem solving, and applied practice, students understand the complexities of the built environment while developing creative solutions.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

1. Theory and History of Art and Interior Design:

Comprehend and employ historical cases and theoretical analysis as platform to initiate research design development in the context of human habitation in interior spaces.

2. Professional Interior Design Practice:

Exhibit the ability to develop interior design assignments in the context of design practice fundamentals supported by internship to test their academic knowledge in the real practice scenarios.

3. Critical Thinking:

Define and analyze a given design problem, evaluate and test potential solutions, develop the project through a rigorous process, and defend the outcome (orally and graphically) to an informed audience.

4. Interior Design Literacy:

Demonstrate the proper design skills to formulate complex spatial problems and provide responsive and innovative solutions, while considering the social, behavioral, technical, and physical constraints.

5. Information Technology:

Understand the limitations of technology to select the appropriate digital media for interior design developments, and demonstrate an integrated approach by utilizing multiple technologies in their design projects and portfolios.

6. Teamwork and Leadership:

Exhibit character of supportive, flexible, trust, and self- reliance in a group setting to engage in the development of a successful outcome.