Students must meet the liberal learning outcomes of the University through a minimum of 44 credit hours of coursework along with the Interior Design and Drafting Technology program outcomes embedded in 80 credit hours of Art and Design coursework for a total of 124 credit hours.
Students have three portfolio reviews throughout the program. The first review takes place after the first three semesters with reviews of work from basic art, design, and visual communication courses. The second review is conducted during the junior studio courses for qualification for internship placement, and the third review prepares and qualifies students to participate in the required senior gallery exhibition for graduation.
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