Nov 30, 2022
ID 2000 - Interior Design Sophomore Portfolio Review
Students who have completed 45-60 credit hours are required to participate in a sophomore portfolio review. Students will present original art and design work from Foundations courses where faculty evaluate mastery of foundational skills and identify strengths and areas of improvement. Art and design work will illustrate competency in visual elements and principles of design, drawing, color theory, and three-dimensional fundamentals. Upon successful completion of the Sophomore Portfolio Review, students transition into their major course of study.
Prerequisites: Completion of 45 credits.
Notes: This course is Pass/Fail.
Course Learning Outcomes:
- GLOBAL CONTEXT Apply a global view and consider social, cultural, economic, and ecological contexts in all aspects of their work.
- COLLABORATION Collaborate and participate in interdisciplinary teams.
- BUSINESS PRACTICES + PROFESSIONALISM Understand the principles and processes that define the profession and the value of interior design to society.
- HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN Apply knowledge of human experience and behavior to designing the built environment.
- DESIGN PROCESS Apply all aspects of the design process to creatively solve a design problem.
- COMMUNICATION Demonstrate effective and polished written and oral communication skills.
- HISTORY + THEORY Apply knowledge of the history of interiors, architecture, decorative arts, and art to design work.
- DESIGN ELEMENTS + PRINCIPLES Apply elements and principles of design.
- LIGHT + COLOR Apply the principles and theories of light and color effectively in relation to environmental impact and human wellbeing.
- PRODUCTS + MATERIALS Create design solutions that integrate furnishings, products, materials, and finishes.
- ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS + HUMAN WELLBEING Apply the principles of acoustics, thermal comfort, indoor air quality and water and waste management in relation to environmental impact and human well- being.
- CONSTRUCTION Understand interior construction and its interrelationship with base building construction and systems.
- REGULATIONS + GUIDELINES Apply laws, codes, standards, and guidelines that impact human experience of interior spaces.
ID 2000 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Required Course Materials:
- Adobe Acrobat or Bluebeam.
- Power Point or Adobe InDesign are highly encouraged but not required.
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