The Architecture Program will include Interior and Landscape Design. Students learn freehand drawing, model building, computer-aided design (CAD), and presentation techniques for juried competitions.
In presentations, students will produce small scale conceptual models, plans, elevations, sections, axonometric and perspective drawings. Students will translate hand drawings to computer-aided drawing. Internships with architecture firms complete the process as students work in the professional world.
The Graphic Design Program includes web design and gaming design. Students work on iMac computers to produce graphic solutions to problems including logos, branding packages, posters, billboards, signage, packaging, web launches and gaming initiatives.
Students work in a designer-client atmosphere to develop the ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure. Internships in graphic design studios provide the opportunity to utilize the student skills in the workplace.
The Fashion Design Program includes pattern making, draping, tailoring, textile investigation, fine detailing, makeup, new accessories for functional clothing, high-design and art-to-wear.
Fashion Design students study trends in the industry and are exposed to fashion professionals through workshops and seminars. Internships with fashion houses and designers will be provided for industry experience. The culminating project will be a runway show with each senior presenting an individual line.