Upon graduation, the Applied Design student will be able to...
Apply knowledge of design theory in conjunction with the elements and principles of design through organizing, manipulating, and solving design problems related to the field.
Identify historical periods, materials, components, and products that impact current trends and issues.
Communicate and justify, through written, oral and visual presentation and portfolio development, the details, inspiration, problems, solutions, and the vision of the design.
Demonstrate an understanding of business practices, work ethic, professionalism, and consumer marketing principles as related to the products and services of the field
ENGL 1104 Prerequisite(s): 18 or higher on the English portion of ACT; 450 or higher on Critical Reading of SAT; A scaled score of 38 or higher on Writing Skills Set of ASSET; 71 or higher on English portion of COMPASS; 88 or higher on Sentence Skills of ACCUPLACER. Students falling below the listed scores will be required to take a four(4) credit hour ENGL 1104.
ENGL 1109 may be substituted for ENGL 1108. ENGL 1108 & 1109 Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1104.
Must obtain a "C" or better in all English courses.
Required Elective (Select One)