Goals & Assessment
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Interior Architecture Program Goals
MFA Program Learning Objectives (content, knowledge, and skills development)
Assessment measures for this degree program will include those focused on student learning objectives and outcomes and the effect on the commonwealth of individuals to be able to understand, analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and apply topics in the study of interior architecture.
Graduates with a MFA in Interior Architecture will have met the following learning objectives:
Students will understand, analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and apply design theory as related to interior architecture topics.
Students will have the ability to apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate research and ask creative questions from a sound theoretical and practical (applied) perspective.
Students will develop proficiency in the ability to communicate effectively through both the written word and the visual statement.
Students will possess the creative skills and research skills to make a significant contribution to the research and application of the study of interior architecture.
Students will comprehend, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate interior architecture topics as related to the individual student’s research interest (area of inquiry), and as applied to the thesis project.