1. Identify, define, and describe relevant aspects of a design problem (goals, objectives)
  2. Create a technical package that incorporates technical illustration, construction details, measurement specifications, and material, trim, prints, coloration, and finish details.
  3. Explain how social, environmental, political, cultural, and economic systems, as well as geography relate to the planning, creation, production, merchandising, distribution, and consumption of textile, apparel, and footwear products and resulting company performance.
  4. Create a technical package that incorporates technical illustration, construction details, measurement specifications, and material, trim, prints, coloration, and finish details.
  5. Develop logical product creation strategies regarding materials, trims, construction, print, coloration, and finishes for a specific end use.
  6. Evaluate the prototype in terms of fit, construction, aesthetics, and marketability and make revisions to improve the design.
  7. Demonstrate the ability to select and specify furniture, fixtures, equipment and finish materials in interior spaces.
  8. Recognize and apply design thinking and visual thinking processes to understand the framework of problem solving.
  9. Identify, define and describe design management practice  in relation to various types of businesses and business models.