Offered by Department of Family Studies and Interior Design

Family Studies and Interior Design Major

Interior Design Comprehensive
Bachelor of Science

All College of Business and Technology Graduation Requirements must be fulfilled.

All students completing this major will be required to earn a "C" or better grade in all FSID, ART and ITEC courses in the major.

  1. Interior Design Requirements
    • Take all of the following:
      • FSID 109, Introduction to Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 122, Architectural Drafting and Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 125, Design Drawing - 3 hours
      • FSID 128, Application of Basic Design to Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 207, History of Interiors I - 3 hours
      • FSID 208, Interior Design Graphics - 3 hours
      • FSID 209, History of Interiors II - 3 hours
      • FSID 260, Beginning Technologies for Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 265, Intermediate Technologies for Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 305, Residential Kitchen and Bath Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 306, Theory and Application of Lighting and Acoustic in Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 307, Furniture, Finishes, Materials and Components of Interior Architecture - 3 hours
      • FSID 309, Interior Design Studio I: Programming, Space Planning and Predesign of Interiors - 3 hours
      • FSID 316, Interior Design Studio II: Interior Design of Small Projects - 3 hours
      • FSID 320, Advanced Technologies for Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 401, Interior Design Studio III: Nature and Design of Residential Interiors - 3 hours
      • FSID 405, Research for Interior Design Studio - 3 hours
      • FSID 407, Interior Design Studio IV: Senior Project - 3 hours
      • FSID 446, Professional Practice of Interior Design - 3 hours
      • FSID 475, Internship - 3 hours
      • ART 118, Color and Design - 3 hours
      • ITEC 240, Construction Materials & Methods - 3 hours
      • ITEC 341, Mechanical and Electrical Systems - 3 hours
      • MKT 331, Professional Selling - 3 hours

The Interior Design Program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation. Completion of this program plus two years qualified verifiable employment qualifies students to sit for the National Council of Interior Design Qualification Examination.

21 Apr 2016

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