2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog


Interior Design, BS (68 hours)

The interior design major prepares the student for a career as a professional interior designer. It educates the student in creativity, design process, technical skills and theory in order to successfully enter the profession. The CIDA-accredited program prepares students for the opportunity to complete the necessary steps to obtain state licensing and NCIDQ certification.

Major Requirements

IDFM 10403Space and Color Theory

3

IDFM 10411Hand Sketching for Interiors

1

IDFM 10413Design Fundamentals

3

IDFM 10421Introduction to Space Planning

1

IDFM 10423Introduction to Interior Design

3

IDFM 20413Applications in Design Process and Theory

3

IDFM 20433Interior Design Illustration

3

IDFM 20443Interior Design I

3

IDFM 20453Interior Components

3

IDFM 20463Building Systems and Interior Construction

3

IDFM 20503Fundamentals of Lighting

3

IDFM 30073Digital Media for Interior Design

3

IDFM 30093Professional Practices I

3

IDFM 30413Interior Design II

3

IDFM 30423Architectural Components

3

IDFM 30473History of Interiors I

3

IDFM 30483History of Interiors II

3

IDFM 30493Interior Design III

3

IDFM 40403Interior Design Senior Thesis Exhibition

3

IDFM 40433Interior Design Research

3

IDFM 40453Professional Practices II

3

IDFM 40463Interior Design IV

3

IDFM 40473Interior Design V

3

IDFM 40493Interior Design Internship

3

Related Requirement

ARHI 10043Introduction to Art History

3

Associated Requirement

ARGD 20453Introduction to Computer Graphics

3

Electives to total 124 semester hours.

Suggested Courses for Freshman Year

Fall or Spring (10 hours)
ARGD 20453Introduction to Computer Graphics

3

IDFM 10411Hand Sketching for Interiors

1

IDFM 10413Design Fundamentals

3

IDFM 10423Introduction to Interior Design

3

Spring (6 hours)
IDFM 10403Space and Color Theory

3

ARHI 10043Introduction to Art History

3