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Undergraduate Course Descriptions for INTD

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INTD 1302. SURVEY of ARCHITECTURAL PRINCIPLES IN THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROFESSION (3-0) A continuation of the ideas and issues presented in ARCH 1301, with an introduction of new, as well as different, approaches to issues specific to the Interior Design professions.

INTD 3305. HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN (3-0) A historical and analytical review of interior spaces and furnishings throughout history, with emphasis on the post-medieval periods. Prerequisites: ARCH 2303, ARCH 2304, and ARCH 2552.

INTD 3321. INTERIOR MATERIALS I (3-0) The properties and applications of materials used in interior spaces. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3322. INTERIOR MATERIALS II (3-0) A continuation of INTD 3321. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3323. LIGHTING DESIGN (3-0) An introduction to lighting design. Course content covers lighting as an integral aesthetic design component of the Interior Design process and as a technical and quantitative specialty. Emphasis will be placed on case studies and field trips to sites where lighting solutions enhance the architectural qualities of the spaces. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3329. COMPUTER-AIDED DRAWING IN INTERIOR DESIGN (1-2) The course is developed to teach the students to set up and control the AutoCAD environment. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3343. INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION III (2-4) An advanced course to further develop design communication skills with an emphasis on color. The study of color as both as art and a science. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3345. INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION IV (2-4) An advanced course to develop visual sensitivity and skills in graphic and media techniques for the study and presentation of interior design. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552.

INTD 3553. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN I (3-6) The analysis, planning, and design of interior spaces. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552 Credit or concurrent enrollment in INTD 3343 or INTD 3345

INTD 3555. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN II (3-6) The analysis, planning, and design of interior spaces. Prerequisite: ARCH 2552. Credit or concurrent enrollment in INTD 3343 or INTD 3345.

INTD 4195. SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN (1-0) Studio and lecture course to explore and present selected topics in interior design. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor or the Architecture Undergraduate Advisor.

INTD 4332. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERIOR DESIGN (3-0) Business procedures, contracts, and ethics essential to the profession. Prerequisite: junior standing in the school.

INTD 4345. ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS (2-4) Graphic and signage problems for interior and exterior environments. Visual identification programs will be developed. Materials and fabrication processes will also be addressed. Prerequisite: INTD 3345, INTD 3553, and INTD 3555.

INTD 4368. INTERIOR DESIGN AND DETAILING (2-4) A studio course in design and construction detailing. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555.

INTD 4369. FURNITURE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION (2-4) A studio course in the design, detailing, and construction of movable furniture. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555.

INTD 4393. INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP (14-0) Internship under the supervision of a registered Interior Designer in an approved Interior Design and Architectural office. Prerequisite: permission of Interior Design Program Director.

INTD 4395. SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN (3-0) This course addresses areas of special interest to Interior Design studies and gives students an opportunity for a more in-depth exploration of selected topics than is possible within the embedded content of the core course requirements. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in INTD 4562 or INTD 4563.

INTD 4562. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN III (3-6) The analysis, planning, and design of interior spaces. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555.

INTD 4563. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN IV (3-6) The analysis, planning, and design of interior spaces. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555.

INTD 4591. CONFERENCE COURSE (5-0) Independent study guided by an instructor on a regular basis. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.

INTD 4595. SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN (5-0) Studio and lecture courses to explore and present selected topics in interior design. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: permission of the Instructor or the Architecture Undergraduate Advisor.

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