Bachelor of Interior Architecture

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Florida International University:
Student Learning Outcome Assessment 2009-2010
Academic Unit:CARTA
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Degree Program: Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Link to Unit’s Mission: This four-year professional program cultivates capable interior designers who understand why interior design is important to society
and who can apply this knowledge in a manner that benefits individual people. Our program teaches students to integrate the technical, managerial, theoretical
and design related knowledge with ethical actions. We want our graduates and faculty to be intellectually involved in the field of interior design and critically
oriented towards its role society. We want our graduates to be self-motivators, team workers, critical thinkers, detail-oriented and thorough. We believe people who
possess these qualities, plus have a professional attitude, and a sense of accountability are able to make the most significant contributions to the community at a
local, academic, professional and global level.
Student Learning Outcome
(Stated in Measurable Terms)
Assessment Method
1) Knowledge Acquisition
Student work must demonstrate understanding of
managerial, theoretical and design related
knowledge. Work illustrates competence in 3
dimensional design using the palette of interior
design from manipulation of architectural space and
space planning, through to the selection, and
application of color, finish materials, lighting,
acoustics, and furnishings.
Design 8 Studio is the culmination of the professional
degree program in Interior Design. As such this studio is
intended as a synthesis of each student’s educational
experience within the program. Students use an
individually developed commercial interior design project
to explore advanced problems in interior design. This
studio emphasizes using both critical and creative
thinking within a design process that leads from
programming to concept development through to design
resolution.
At the end of the semester, each student’s work from
Design 8 Studio was assessed by 3 outside reviewers
who are interior design professionals. Students verbally
present their work to reviewers while displaying their
design drawings, models and material selections. The
project presentations also contain written project
statements and concept statements. The presentation,
reviewer question and answer sessions, and overall
assessment takes about 40 minutes per student.
The assessment uses a three part rubric designed to
indentify whether demonstration of Knowledge
Acquisition falls into one of the following categories: a)
Needs Improvement; b) Meet Expectations; or c)
Exceeds Expectations. The department expects interior
design students will score a minimum of b) Meets
Expectations in this category.
Results
(Data summary and analysis)
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Student Learning Outcome
(Stated in Measurable Terms)
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Assessment Method
Use of Results for Improving Student Learning
1)
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
Results
(Data summary and analysis)
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
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Student Learning Outcome
(Stated in Measurable Terms)
Assessment Method
2) Communication Skills
Student work must demonstrate competence at
communicating design intent through use of various
digital and hand media. In addition to using graphic
communication tools to explain the results of their design
process, students demonstrate competence in verbal
presentation of project descriptions, project goals,
concepts and design applications in both oral and written
form.
Design 8 Studio is the culmination of the professional
degree program in Interior Design. As such this studio is
intended as a synthesis of each student’s educational
experience within the program. Students use an
individually developed commercial interior design project
to explore advanced problems in interior design. This
studio emphasizes using both critical and creative
thinking within a design process that leads from
programming to concept development through to design
resolution.
At the end of the semester, each students’ work from
Design 8 Studio was assessed by 4 outside reviewers
who are interior design professionals. Students verbally
present their work to reviewers while displaying their
design drawings, models and material selections. The
project presentations also contain written project
statements and concept statements. The presentation,
reviewer question and answer sessions, and overall
assessment takes about 40 minutes per student.
The assessment uses a three part rubric designed to
indentify whether demonstration of Communication Skills
falls into one of the following categories: a) Needs
Improvement; b) Meet Expectations; or c) Exceeds
Expectations. The department expects interior design
students will score a minimum of b) Meets Expectations
in this category.
Use of Results for Improving Student Learning
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
Results
(Data summary and analysis)
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
3) Critical Thinking Skills
Student work must demonstrate that able to apply a
rigorous critical thinking process to justify design
decisions. As part of this process, students are able to
make meaningful inferences from information they
investigate, evaluate, and analyze. They use these
inferences to determine relevant criteria that they then
use, with sound logic, to justify design decisions.
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Design 8 Studio is the culmination of the professional
degree program in Interior Design. As such this studio is
intended as a synthesis of each student’s educational
experience within the program. Students use an
individually developed commercial interior design project
to explore advanced problems in interior design. This
studio emphasizes using both critical and creative
thinking within a design process that leads from
programming to concept development through to design
resolution.
At the end of the semester, each student’s work from
Design 8 Studio was assessed by 4 outside reviewers
who are interior design professionals. Students verbally
present their work to reviewers while displaying their
design drawings, models and material selections. The
project presentations also contain written project
statements and concept statements. The presentation,
reviewer question and answer sessions, and overall
assessment takes about 40 minutes per student.
The assessment uses a three part rubric designed to
indentify whether demonstration of Critical Thinking
Skills falls into one of the following categories: a) Needs
Improvement; b) Meet Expectations; or c) Exceeds
Expectations. The department expects interior design
students will score a minimum of b) Meets Expectations
in this category.
Use of Results for Improving Student Learning
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
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Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
4) Integration of Technology
Student work must demonstrate that they successfully
integrate and apply knowledge of building systems and
building technology, plus knowledge of codes and
regulations in their designs. Student work must also
demonstrate competent and skilled use of computer
technology to investigate and to communicate design
information.
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Design 8 Studio is the culmination of the professional
degree program in Interior Design. As such this studio is
intended as a synthesis of each student’s educational
experience within the program. Students use an
individually developed commercial interior design project
to explore advanced problems in interior design. This
studio emphasizes using both critical and creative
thinking within a design process that leads from
programming to concept development through to design
resolution.
At the end of the semester, each student’s work from
Design 8 Studio was assessed by 4 outside reviewers
who are interior design professionals. Students verbally
present their work to reviewers while displaying their
design drawings, models and material selections. The
project presentations also contain written project
statements and concept statements. The presentation,
reviewer question and answer sessions, and overall
assessment takes about 40 minutes per student.
The assessment uses a three part rubric designed to
indentify whether demonstration of Integration of
Technology falls into one of the following categories: a)
Needs Improvement; b) Meet Expectations; or c)
Exceeds Expectations. The department expects interior
design students will score a minimum of b) Meets
Expectations in this category.
Use of Results for Improving Student Learning
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
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Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
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Student Learning Outcome
(Stated in Measurable Terms)
Assessment Method
5) Creative expression
Student work demonstrates a high degree of innovation
and originality, divergent thinking and risk taking.
Student work demonstrates that they can make
concepts concrete, personalize abstractions and elicit
emotional and intellectual responses to their design
work.
Design 8 Studio is the culmination of the professional
degree program in Interior Design. As such this studio is
intended as a synthesis of each student’s educational
experience within the program. Students use an
individually developed commercial interior design project
to explore advanced problems in interior design. This
studio emphasizes using both critical and creative
thinking within a design process that leads from
programming to concept development through to design
resolution.
At the end of the semester, each students’ work from
Design 8 Studio was assessed by 4 outside reviewers
who are interior design professionals. Students verbally
present their work to reviewers while displaying their
design drawings, models and material selections. The
project presentations also contain written project
statements and concept statements. The presentation,
reviewer question and answer sessions, and overall
assessment takes about 40 minutes per student.
The assessment uses a three part rubric designed to
indentify whether demonstration of Creative Expression
falls into one of the following categories: a) Needs
Improvement; b) Meet Expectations; or c) Exceeds
Expectations. The department expects interior design
students will score a minimum of b) Meets Expectations
in this category.
Use of Results for Improving Student Learning
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
Results
(Data summary and analysis)
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Summarize use of results for continuous improvement of learning:
Please submit questions and forms to: [email protected]
For further information, visit the Institutional Effectiveness website: http://w3.fiu.edu/irdata/portal/inst_effectiveness.htm
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