ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Interior Design (INT)

INT 194 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall
Possible topics:

(a)Drafting for Interior Design. (3)

INT 220 Media for Design Development. (3)
spring
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)
fall
Interiors issues, theories, and philosophies. Emphasizes unique social and cultural factors that shape 20th-century design concepts.
General Studies: HU

INT 231 Concepts for Interior Design. (3)
spring
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)
fall
Applies 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)
fall
Design of interior spaces as an expression of cultural influences to 1835.
General Studies: HU, H

INT 311 History of Interior Design II. (3)
spring
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)
fall
Codes and regulations as performance criteria for interior design. Corequisite: INT 366.

INT 341 Interior Materials and Finishes. (3)
spring
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)
fall
Studio problems in interior design related to behavioral response in personal and small group spaces. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: school approval.

INT 365 Interior Design Studio II. (5)
spring
Studio problems in interior design, with emphasis on issues of public and private use of interior places of assembly. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: INT 364.

INT 366 Construction Methods in Interior Design. (3)
fall
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)
fall
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)
spring
Cultural and historical expression of textiles as related to interiors. Possible field trips. Prerequisite: INT 412 or instructor approval.

INT 422 Facilities Planning and Management I. (3)
fall
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)
spring
Formation of facilities policies, procedures, and standards. Facilities database, space allocations, and management process. Evaluation of programming criteria. Prerequisites: INT 422; senior standing.

INT 442 Specifications and Documents for Interiors. (3)
fall
Contract specifications, documents, schedules, and bidding procedures for interior design. Prerequisites: INT 341, 365.
General Studies: L

INT 446 Furniture Design and Production. (3)
fall
Design, construction, cost estimating, and installation in interior furniture and millwork. 1 hour lecture, 4 hours studio.

INT 455 Environmental Control Systems. (3)
spring
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)
fall
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)
spring
Light as an aspect of interior design. Evaluation of light sources for distribution, color, and cost.

INT 464 Interior Design Studio III. (5)
fall
Studio problems in interior design related to commercial spaces. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisites: DSC 484; INT 365.

INT 465 Interior Design Studio IV. (5)
spring
Studio problems in interior design related to health and educational facilities. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: INT 464.

INT 466 Interior Design Studio V. (5)
fall
Advanced interior design problem solving, design theory, and criticism. Thesis project development based upon the major’s concentration. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: school approval.

INT 467 Interior Design Studio VI. (5)
spring
Advanced series of specialized projects or continuation of thesis project based upon the major’s concentration. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: school approval.

INT 472 Professional Practice for Interior Design. (3)
spring
Business procedures, project control, fee structures, and professional product liabilities.

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