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Interior Design Course Descriptions

ID 104 Principles of Design (2) (ID majors and ID cluster students only, first semester)

Prerequisites: None
Description: Introduces applied visual communication methods using design principles and elements. Develops projects in two-and three-dimension. Encourages individual creativity through concept development and design evaluation.

ID 105 Introduction to Interior Design (3) (ID majors and ID cluster students only, first semester)

Prerequisites: None
Description: Explores the design process as it relates to human factors and introduces the principles and elements of design as they relate specifically to interior design. Covers construction and materials, furniture selection and arrangement, and floor plans.  This course includes a service-learning opportunity.

ID 110 Color Theory (2) (ID majors and ID cluster students only)

Prerequisite: ID 104 (may be taken concurrently); 105 (may be taken concurrently)
Description: Explores color and its role and applications in interior design. Emphasizes the psychological impact  and the influence of nature on color selections. Includes the development of professional color boards.

ID 118 3D Design (1) (ID majors only)

Prerequisite:  ID 104, 105; BAP 105
Description:  Develops skills required to design with 3D computer modeling software to create interior space.

ID 125 Drafting (3) (ID majors only)

Prerequisite:  ID 104 (may be taken concurrently); 105 (may be taken concurrently)
Description: Introduces drafting principles, use of drafting equipment, measuring, lettering and reading blueprints.

ID 126 Space Planning (4) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: ID 105, 125
Description: Emphasizes drafting and space planning skills. Covers how to work with space and how to plan both residential and contract spaces. Addresses issues relating to proxemics, anthropometrics, ADA requirements, etc.

ID 127 Drawing Techniques (3) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: ID 104, 105
Description: Develops hand-drawing skills required to create full color interior renderings Combines quick sketching for informal presentations.

ID 128 Textiles (2) (ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 104; 105 (may be taken concurrently)
Description: Covers the properties and characteristics of natural and synthetic textile fibers and fabrics, with emphasis on textile terminology used in the industry as well as common trade names. Includes the selection of appropriate textiles for various applications along with their maintenance.

ID 130 Studio I (2) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: ID 105, 110, 125
Description: Includes preparation of presentation boards for specific residential projects. Develops problem-solving skills and verbal presentation techniques.

ID 131 Introduction to AutoCAD (2) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: BAP 105 with a B- or higher; ID 105, 125
Description: Introduces computer-aided design and its application for interior designers using AutoCAD software.

ID 199 Interior Design Certificate Internship (1) (ID certificate majors only)

Prerequisites: BAP 105; ENG 101; ID 104, 105, 110, 125
Description: Provides real-world experience through 60 hours of on-site work experience or participation in a volunteer position in a field related to interior design. Requires accomplishment and documentation of measurable learning objectives during the semester.
NOTE: Students will be responsible for finding internship positions. For assistance in finding an internship opportunity, contact the Career Advising office one month prior to the beginning of the semester.

ID 205 Resources & Career Issues (2) (second-year ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 270
Description: Includes field trips to local design firms and suppliers as well as presentations by guest speakers. Addresses issues pertaining to interior design as a profession.

ID 210 Historical Furnishings & Architecture (3) (ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 104,105
Description: Covers  historical interiors, furnishings and architecture from antiquity to the late nineteenth century.

ID 211 Modern Furnishings & Architecture (2) (ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 104,105
Description: Covers the development of modern furniture, interiors and architecture from the Industrial Revolution to the present.

ID 218 Digital Editing (1) (ID majors only

Prerequisite: BAP 105, ID 127
Description: Apply photo ediitng software skills to enhance hand renderings, images, and design graphics.

ID 230 Studio II (2) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: ID 126, 127, 130, 131
Description: Develops further the skills used in ID 130. Utilizes space planning skills and rendering skills to produce presentation boards as well as specifications for contract interiors.

ID 231 Computer Design I (3) (second-year ID majors only)

Prerequisites: ID 126; ID 131 with a B- (not C) or higher
Description: Continues the development of computer-aided design skills with relationship to interior spaces.

ID 232 Computer Design II (3) (second-year ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 231; ID 275 (may be taken concurrently)
Description: Develops advanced computer-aided design skills in commercial projects and product specifications. A final project will be prepared using AutoCAD software.

ID 270 Portfolio I (1) (second-year ID majors only, capstone)

Prerequisites: ID 126; ID 231 (concurrent enrollment)
Description: Develops a professional design identity and brand. Begins formatting and compiling of student portfolio.

ID 271 Portfolio II (1) (second-year ID majors only, capstone)

Prerequisite: ID 270
Description: Refines portfolio elements and prepares final portfolio package for employment presentation.

ID 275 Business of Interior Design (3) (second-year ID majors only)

Prerequisite: ID 270
Description: Emphasizes professional business practices and procedures, ways to work with clients and suppliers, and methods of setting up and operating a successful interior design business.

ID 299 Interior Design AAS Internship (1) (ID majors only)

Prerequisites: BAP 105; ENG 101; ID 126, 128, 130, 131, or program director approval
Description: Provides real-world experience through 60 hours on-site work in a field related to interior design. Requires accomplishment of measurable learning objectives that can be documented and completed during the semester.
NOTE: Students will be responsible for finding internship positions. For assistance finding an internship opportunity, contact the Career Advising office one month prior to the beginning of the semester.

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Tuesday -
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