MC275 - Master of Interior Design
Plan: MC275 - Master of Interior Design
Campus: City Campus
Program Learning Outcomes Statement
As a graduate of this program you will be able to:
- Establish modes of practice that initiate and execute substantial interior design projects situated in contemporary interior design.
- Respond to the challenges of contemporary interior design using an applied critical knowledge of relevant environmental, cultural, political, economic and ethical issues in a global context.
- Engage in a team focused design practice approach and effectively liaise with key stakeholders, managing the expectations of partners and collaborators across sectors.
- Generate innovative outcomes for interior design projects within a range of settings and engage stakeholders through a mastery of practice which synthesizes creative, critical, analytical, reflective and theoretical skills.
- Use high level research principles and methods that enable a critical and strategic approach to interior design practice that demonstrate autonomy and accountability within a professional context.
- Effectively and fluently disseminate design research to specialist and non-specialist audiences through a mastery of communication skills in a range of forms and media which shows a sophisticated understanding of the technical and theoretical frameworks of interior design.
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