PLO 1: Design

Graduates will be able to:

  • Define new design opportunities/territories through research and engagement with diverse social, cultural and technological contexts.  Demonstrate an advanced ability to design and communicate across a range of media and modalities. Create work that engages a range of theoretical and applied domains.

PLO 2: Practice

Graduates will be able to:

  • Construct a personal process and employ methodologies that support critical reflection, self-learning, agility, and taking informed risks. Assemble a body of work that interrogates specific interests and domains through design.  Productively frame and argue for one’s design endeavors in the context of present and future critique.

PLO 3: Influence

Graduates will be able to:

  • Exercise design and thought leadership by contributing to disciplinary discourse, arguing for new practices and initiating dialogues within new domains through design.