INT 194 Special Topics. (5) F
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INT 220 Media for Design Development. (3) S
Graphic representation methods used to describe and analyze space; emphasis on quick presentation techniques. 6 hours studio. Prerequisite: DSC 122.
INT 223 Interior Design Issues and Theories. (3) F
Interiors issues, theories, and philosophies. Emphasis on unique social and cultural factors that shape 20th-century design concepts. General Studies: HU.
INT 231 Concepts for Interior Design. (3) S
Conceptual design development, including scale and proportion, light, texture, form, volume, and spatial hierarchy; passage and repose. 1 hour lecture, 4 hours lab. Prerequisite: DSC 236.
INT 235 User Needs and Behavior in Interior Design. (3) F
Applications of conceptual design to issues of programming and space planning, user needs, and behavior. 1 hour lecture, 4 hours lab. Prerequisite: DSC 122.
INT 310 History of Interior Design I. (3) F
The design of interior spaces as an expression of cultural influences to 1835. General Studies: HU, H.
INT 311 History of Interior Design II. (3) S
Design of interiors as an expression of cultural influences from 1835 to the present. Prerequisite: INT 310 or instructor approval. General Studies: HU, H.
INT 340 Interior Codes: Public Welfare and Safety. (3) F
Codes and regulations as performance criteria for interior design. Corequisite: INT 366.
INT 341 Interior Materials and Finishes. (3) S
General analysis of quality control measures relating to interior design materials, finishes, and performance criteria. Prerequisites: INT 340, 366.
INT 364 Interior Design Studio I. (5) F
Studio problems in interior design related to behavioral response in personal and small group spaces. 10 hours studio. Prerequisite: school approval.
INT 365 Interior Design Studio II. (5) S
Studio problems in interior design, with emphasis on issues of public and private use of interior places of assembly. 10 hours studio. Prerequisite: INT 364.
INT 366 Construction Methods in Interior Design. (3) F
Design theory related to analysis, materials, and building techniques of horizontal and vertical construction in interior design. Lecture, field trips. Corequisite: INT 340.
INT 412 History of Decorative Arts in Interiors. (3) F
The design of decorative arts as an expression of cultural influences and as an extension of interior spaces. Prerequisite: INT 311 or instructor approval. General Studies: HU.
INT 413 History of Textiles in Interior Design. (3) S
Cultural and historical expression of textiles as related to interiors. May include field trips. Prerequisite: INT 412 or instructor approval.
INT 422 Facilities Planning and Management I. (3) F
The facility management process in large-scale organizations. Planning, long-range forecasting, and productivity. Project management methodologies using micro-based software programs. Prerequisite: senior standing.
INT 423 Facilities Planning and Management II. (3) S
The formation of facilities policies, procedures, and standards. The facilities database, space allocations, and management process. Evaluation of programming criteria. Prerequisites: INT 422; senior standing.
INT 442 Specifications and Documents for Interiors. (3) F
Contract specifications, documents, schedules, and bidding procedures for interior design. Prerequisites: INT 341, 365. General Studies: L.
INT 446 Furniture Design and Production. (3) F
Design, construction, cost estimating, and installation in interior furniture and millwork. 1 hour lecture, 4 hours studio.
INT 455 Environmental Control Systems. (3) S
Survey of environmental control systems and their application in the design of building interiors. Lecture, field trips. Prerequisites: MAT 117, 170; PHY 111, 113; junior standing.
INT 457 Acoustics for Interior Design. (3) F
Physical properties of sound. Studies pertaining to sound-absorbing materials, constructions, and room acoustics. Prerequisites: MAT 170; PHY 111, 113.
INT 458 Lighting for Interior Design. (3) S
Light as an aspect of interior design. Evaluation of light sources for distribution, color, and cost.
INT 464 Interior Design Studio III. (5) F
Studio problems in interior design related to commercial spaces. 10 hours studio. Prerequisites: DSC 484; INT 365.
INT 465 Interior Design Studio IV. (5) S
Studio problems in interior design related to health and educational facilities. 10 hours studio. Prerequisite: INT 464.
INT 466 Interior Design Studio V. (5) F
Advanced interior design problem solving, design theory, and criticism. Thesis project development based upon the majors concentration. 10 hours studio. Prerequisite: school approval.
INT 467 Interior Design Studio VI. (5) S
Advanced series of specialized projects or continuation of thesis project based upon the majors concentration. 10 hours studio. Prerequisite: school approval.
INT 472 Professional Practice for Interior Design. (3) S
Business procedures, project control, fee structures, and professional product liabilities.
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