Interior Design (INTD)
100 Design Selection (3 - Fall) Aesthetic selection of structural and decorative design characteristics within
one's near environment.
210 Interior Design Studio (3 - Spring) A basic interior drafting course emphasizing symbols,tools, and techniques necessary for drawing interior house plans. Color coordination within the interior environment. One one-hour lecture and two two-hour labs. Prereq: INTD 100 or instructor's approval.
302 Historic Furniture Design (3 - Odd Year Spring) Tracing the development of furniture and interiors from ancient times to the present including recent adaptations and contemporary developments.
303 Human Needs in Housing (3 - Irregular) The social, psychological, economic, and technological factors involved in fulfilling environmental needs of individuals and families.
340 Interior Design Applications (3 - Fall) Studio problems in Interior Design. Emphasis placed on the development and application of skills for sketching and drafting the interior environment. Study of perspective techniques as means of visual communication. One one-hour lecture and two two-hour labs. Prereq: INTD 210, ART 221 or instructor's approval.
442 Residential Interior Design (3 - Even Year Spring) Techniques for rendering presentation boards. Continued development of drafting applications and material selection relative to planning and furnishing the residential environment. One one-hour lecture and two two-hour labs. Prereq: INTD 340 or instructor's approval.
443 Commercial Interior Space Planning (4 - Odd Year Spring) A continuation of Residential Interior Design using various techniques for rendering commercial interior spatial designs. Critical assessment of students' collected creative works and development of individualized portfolios. Two three-hour labs and one independent studio lab. Prereq: INTD 340 or instructor's approval.
450 Computer Applications in Interior Design (3 - Even Year Spring) Overview of computer applications in the field of interior design; basic terminologies associated with microcomputer hardware and software; development of projects using the computer as a basis for graphic communication. One one-hour lecture and two two-hour labs. Prereq: INTD 340 or instructor's approval.