Interior Design

Bachelor's Degree

  • Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

Minor Offered

Overview

Interior Design at UT Arlington focuses on the commercial, institutional, and large-project scale activities of the profession, a focus very appropriate in the context of architecture.

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design is a four-year professional program of studies, interdisciplinary with architecture, on the design of interior environments.

In 2012, only four universities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area offered an accredited program in Interior Design. UT Arlington is the only local university to offer a four year professional Bachelor of Science in Interior Design within a School of Architecture.

In the first two years of study, UT Arlington Interior Design students share a degree program that is almost identical to the architecture students. As a result, our graduates have an architectural approach to Interior Design and are valuable contributors to project teams requiring collaboration across multiple disciplines.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not an interior decorating program.

Accreditation

The program leads to the full professional degree in Interior Design and is fully accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

Mission

It is the mission of the Program in Interior Design to prepare students for entry into the interior design profession by supporting and encouraging their roles in the service of the health, safety and welfare of building users, as well as the creation of aesthetic environments. Life-long learning and community engagement are nurtured in all students.

The location of the program in a major design center of the Southwest provides design students with a broad range of learning experiences, including internship and employment opportunities.

Goals of the Program in Interior Design

In support of the Interior Design mission statement, the following are goals for the program:

Provide a meaningful design studio sequence including current knowledge of codes, appropriate detailing of interior materials, principles of sustainable design, and requirements for meeting the needs of diverse populations. 

Improve the internship opportunities available to our students in order to increase their knowledge of the profession and raise awareness of the program of Interior Design among professionals in this region. 

Develop interdisciplinary partnerships to increase research opportunities for interior design undergraduates and faculty. 

Increase formal instruction and student skills in oral and written communication. 

Encourage life-long learning through community engagement in which the students are able to put their interior design knowledge into practice.

About Us

Interior Design at The University of Texas at Arlington focuses on the commercial, institutional, and large-project scale activities of the profession, a focus very appropriate in the context of architecture.

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design is a four-year program (128 credit hours), consisting of two two-year segments: Basic Studies and Major Studies..

The first two years (Basic Studies) is a foundation curriculum taken by all undergraduates at that level in the school. In addition to work in the arts and sciences, Basic Studies includes a series of lecture and studio courses which introduce the student to the concepts, history, skills, and vocabulary of design.

Following the two-year Basic Studies sequence, the student completes two years of Major Studies, an intensive series of courses and studios on the theory, history, skill, and practice of interior design. In the third and fourth years (Major Studies), the student concentrates in one of the design disciplines, taking courses and studios of a more advanced and professional nature.

Advising:

BS INTD Academic Advisor: Kelsey Childress

Assistant Director for Academic and  Student Affairs / Advising Coordinator:Cheryl Donaldson

Admissions Requirements

BS INTD Program Director: Brad Bell

Admission to the interior design-intended program is open to all students meeting the general requirements for entrance to the University.

Major Studies: Entrance Requirements

To declare a major (enter 3rd year) in Interior Design and gain permission to enroll in upper-level INTD courses:

  • The student will have completed the final architecture-intended or interior design-intended courses and core curriculum.
  • Have a minimum of a 2.8 GPA both overall at UT Arlington as well as within the major (first and second year ARCH courses).
  • Complete a Major Declaration form available through the School of Architecture

Prior to completing the application in the School of Architecture office, ALL required interior design-intended course work must be completed.

GPA requirements may change based on changes in the curriculum of the program. Qualified students must meet the GPA requirements that are in place at the time they fulfill all other requirements to declare their major.

To declare a major for a fall semester, qualified applicants will submit their request to declare a major in the School of Architecture office at the completion of the spring semester, by the department specified deadline.

Students meeting the qualifications to declare a major during the summer or fall semesters will submit their request to declare a major at the completion of the fall semester, by the department specified deadline, for spring entrance consideration*.

Consideration for fall admission into the major studies programs for qualified summer applicants will be based on space availability.

Coursework taken at other institutions or universities must be noted on the application with accompanying attachments showing the completion of/or current attendance in the course(s). It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all coursework is transferred to the Office of Admissions at UT Arlington in a timely manner.

Upon entrance into the major studies programs, students will be required to maintain the minimum 2.8 GPAs both overall at UT Arlington and within the major to remain active and proceed within the program.

PROGRAMS COHORT

The undergraduate programs in the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington are organized in a structured cohort format.

What Is a Cohort?

A cohort is a group of students that follows the same set schedule and progresses through a program together.  The sequential scheduling of the courses promotes an interactive learning environment and facilitates networking opportunities and career-strengthening relationships.

How Does It Work?

The program consists of a sequence of courses that takes a minimum of eight semesters to complete. The courses are offered in specific semesters (Fall and Spring) that require the students to complete the prior level before proceeding to the next level. If a student gets off-track in the cohort, she/he must wait until the missing course(s) are offered again.

How Are the Courses Sequenced?

The major courses must be taken as follows (Please note: For every year listed below, 'First Semester' is Fall and 'Second Semester' is Spring):

Interior Design Students Cohort

How Are the Courses Sequenced?

First Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
ARCH 13013ARCH 13423
ARCH 13413 
INTD 11011 
 7 3
Second Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
ARCH 23033ARCH 23043
ARCH 25515INTD 25525
 8 8
Third Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
INTD 33053INTD 33223
INTD 33213INTD 33233
INTD 33433INTD 33573
INTD 35535INTD 35555
 14 14
Fourth Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
INTD 43323INTD 43443
INTD 43683INTD 43693
INTD 43453INTD 43943
INTD 4393 or 43953INTD 45635
INTD 45625 
 17 14
Total Hours: 85

Student Personal Laptop Policy

All declared Interior Design majors admitted to the Third Year (Major Studies) are required to have a personal laptop computer configured to the specifications defined by the School of Architecture. Specifications may be found on the Architecture website: www.uta.edu/architecture/

Special Academic Requirements

GPA Requirements: Upon admission to the Major Studies, all declared majors must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.8 both within the major and in the cumulative GPA to continue in the upper level program to satisfy requirements for graduation.

Grade Requirements: A grade of C or higher must be earned in each School of Architecture course used for credit toward an undergraduate degree and minor offered by the school. A grade of C or higher must be earned in all required Math courses.

Repetition of Courses: Three attempts to achieve a satisfactory grade are permitted for each required course in the School of Architecture. Beyond that number of attempts, the student is denied access to the course in question, or to the sequence of courses for which it is requisite. Enrollment in the course for the time sufficient to receive a grade, including the grade W, is considered an attempt.

Transfer of Credit: The extent of credit toward degree requirements for academic work done elsewhere will be determined by the representatives of the appropriate program. Students applying to transfer credits from studio courses taken elsewhere must present examples of that work for evaluation.

Student Projects: The School of Architecture reserves the right to retain, copyright, use, exhibit, reproduce, and publish any work submitted for course credit. The student is encouraged to develop a portfolio of all work accomplished in advanced courses for future professional and academic uses.

Competence in Oral Presentations

Students obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design demonstrate oral proficiency by taking and passing ARCH 2551 BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING I and INTD 2552 BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING II, or approved equivalents.

Competence in Computer Use

Students obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design can demonstrate computer proficiency by:

  • Taking and passing ENGL 1301 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I or ENGL 1302 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II at UT Arlington in a computer classroom environment or ENGL 3372 COMPUTERS AND WRITING, ENGL 3374 WRITING, RHETORIC, AND MULTIMODAL AUTHORING I, CSE 1301 COMPUTER LITERACY (or equivalent), or any other class approved by the Undergraduate Assembly.

  • Passing the University computer literacy examination

Suggested Course Sequence

First Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
ARCH 13013ARCH 13423
ARCH 13413ENGL 13023
ENGL 13013HIST 13113
INTD 11011MATH 13273
MATH 13033POLS 23113
POLS 23123 
 16 15
Second Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
ARCH 23033ARCH 23043
ARCH 25515INTD 25525
HIST 13123PHYS 13023
PHYS 13013Literature Elective3
Language, Philosophy & Culture elective3Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective3
 17 17
Third Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
INTD 33053INTD 33223
INTD 33213INTD 33233
INTD 33433INTD 33573
INTD 35535INTD 35555
 Art History Elective3
 14 17
Fourth Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
INTD 43323INTD 43443
INTD 43453INTD 43693
INTD 43683INTD 43943
INTD 4393 (or ARCH/INTD Advanced Elective)3INTD 45635
INTD 45625Specialization Option Courses1
 17 15
Total Hours: 128

Competence in Oral Presentations

Requirements for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design

Architecture
ARCH 1301INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN3
ARCH 1341DESIGN COMMUNICATIONS I3
ARCH 1342DESIGN COMMUNICATION II3
ARCH 2303HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN I3
ARCH 2304HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN II3
ARCH 2551BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING I5
Interior Design
INTD 1101ACADEMIC SUCCESS SKILLS INTERIOR DESIGN1
INTD 2552BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING II5
INTD 3305HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN3
INTD 3321INTERIOR MATERIALS I3
INTD 3322INTERIOR MATERIALS II3
INTD 3323LIGHTING DESIGN3
INTD 3343INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION III3
INTD 3357BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING & VISUALIZATION3
INTD 3553DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN I5
INTD 3555DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN II5
INTD 4332PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERIOR DESIGN3
INTD 4344INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION IV3
INTD 4345ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS3
INTD 4368INTERIOR DESIGN AND DETAILING3
INTD 4369FURNITURE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION3
INTD 4393INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP3
or INTD 4395 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN
INTD 4394DESIGN RESEARCH METHODS AND APPLICATION3
INTD 4562DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN III5
INTD 4563DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN IV5
Communications
ENGL 1301RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I3
ENGL 1302RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II3
Political Science
POLS 2311GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES3
POLS 2312STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT3
History
HIST 1311HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TO 18653
HIST 1312HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1865 TO PRESENT3
Mathematics
MATH 1303TRIGONOMETRY3
MATH 1327ARCHITECTURAL CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY3
Natural Science
PHYS 1301PHYSICS FOR NON SPECIALISTS I3
PHYS 1302PHYSICS FOR NON SPECIALISTS II3
Art History
Art history elective, approved3
Language, Philosophy & Culture3
Literature
English or modern languages literature or other approved subsitute3
Social and Behavior Sciences
Designated courses in social or cultural anthropology, archaeology, social/political/cultural geography, economics, sociology, classical studies, or linguistics3
Specialization Option Course1
Total Hours128

At least 36 hours must be 3000/4000 level.

Minors Advising (all minors):

arch.advising@uta.edu

Minor in Architecture History

Minor Director: Dr. Douglas Klahr

The school offers numerous courses from which to select the 18 hours required for the Architecture History minor.

Students who choose to pursue the minor in History of Architecture must complete our 6 hours of core courses (ARCH 2303 and ARCH 2304).

Upon completion of the two core classes, students must select an additional 12 hours from our other Architecture History courses.

CORE6
ARCH 2303HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN I3
ARCH 2304HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN II3
ADDITIONAL 4 ARCH HISTORY COURSES12
ARCH 3312HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY THEORY3
ARCH 4305THE CITY OF ROME3
ARCH 4307THE LIFE OF CITIES3
ARCH 4308HISTORY OF URBAN FORM3
ARCH 4315TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN (as topic varies) 13
ARCH 4316MODERN ARCHITECTURE I3
ARCH 4317MODERN ARCHITECTURE II3
ARCH 4353HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE3
Total Hours18
1

A Special Topics courses whose offerings continually are changing. 


Minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies

Minor Director: Dr. Douglas Klahr

The University offers a variety courses from which to select the 18 hours required for the Environmental and Sustainability Studies minor.

Students are required to take one core course, ESST 2300: Introduction to Environmental and Sustainability Studies, which surveys topics and methods in interdisciplinary studies of sustainability and the environment. This course should be taken in the freshman or sophomore year.

An additional 15 hours of coursework is to be completed from the list of courses below (or others approved by the ESS advisor). At least one course must be taken in each of the two groups. Students are encouraged to inquire about other courses that might qualify for credit. At least 6 hours must be taken as 3000- or 4000-level courses. Additional courses are expected to be approved each semester, so students are encouraged to consult regularly with the advisor. *Students may be allowed to take additional classes from alternate group with advisor approval.

CORE3
ESST 2300INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES3
FIELD OF INTEREST [4 courses] (choose group)12
Group 1: Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, and Business
or
Group 2: Natural Sciences and Engineering
ALTERNATE GROUP [1 course]3
Total Hours18

Minor in Urban and Public Affairs

Minor Director: Dr. Alejandro Rodriguez

The University offers numerous courses from which to select the 18 hours required for a minor.

The Urban and Public Affairs minor is for students interested in complementing their academic career with a broader understanding of Urban Affairs, Urban Planning and the Environment, or Public Administration.

Students are required to take two core courses, PLAN 1301 Intro to Urban Life and PLAN 3301 The Metroplex,

Students pursuing the minor complete the 2 required core courses then select 4 courses (12 hours) from one of the fields of interest.

CORE6
PLAN 1301INTRODUCTION TO URBAN LIFE3
PLAN 3301THE METROPLEX3
FIELD OF INTEREST [4 courses] (choose group)12
Group 1: Public Administration
or
Group 2: Urban Affairs
Total Hours24

Courses

INTD 1101. ACADEMIC SUCCESS SKILLS INTERIOR DESIGN. 1 Hour.

This is a required course intended to establish a solid overview of the School of Architecture and the interior design program for all first semester UTA students who intend to declare as an interior design major. Topics for the class include: critical thinking, presentation techniques, internships, attendance of exhibitions and lectures, navigating the advising process, portfolio review and techniques, and utilizing the library and other university resources. Other topics may be discussed. This course may be taken only once for credit. Graded P, F.

INTD 1191. CONFERENCE COURSE. 1 Hour.

Independent study guided by an instructor on a regular basis. May be repeated for credit. Permission of the instructor and the architecture undergraduate advisor required. Restricted to interior design-intended majors.

INTD 2391. TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN. 3 Hours.

Selected topics in concepts, philosophy, and models of interior design and allied arts of design.

INTD 2552. BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING II. 5 Hours.

An introduction to design, design drawing, and color theory utilizing lectures and studio exercises. Two- and three-dimensional studio exercises develop a sensibility to design fundamentals and vocabulary. Emphasis on form, color, texture, and spatial determinants. A color theory and application will be stressed in this course. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent enrollment in ARCH 2303. Restricted to Architecture-intended and Interior Design-intended majors.

INTD 3305. HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN. 3 Hours.

A historical and analytical review of interior spaces and furnishings with emphasis on the 20th Century. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in INTD 3321 and junior standing in the program.

INTD 3321. INTERIOR MATERIALS I. 3 Hours.

The course content includes the identification of interior building materials and their application in the built environment, in addition to documentation of interior finish details. Prerequisite: Junior standing in the program and concurrent enrollment in INTD 3305.

INTD 3322. INTERIOR MATERIALS II. 3 Hours.

A course to build student understanding of interior construction. Distribution systems such as power, mechanical, and plumbing will be evaluated with respect to their contribution to a sustainable environment. Building codes affecting fire and life safety, and federal/state laws affecting accessibility will be introduced. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in INTD 3323 and junior standing in the program.

INTD 3323. LIGHTING DESIGN. 3 Hours.

An introduction to lighting technologies, equipment and design. Course content emphasizes qualitative and quantitative aspects of architectural lighting. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in INTD 3322 and junior standing in the program.

INTD 3329. COMPUTER-AIDED DRAWING IN INTERIOR DESIGN. 3 Hours.

The course is developed to teach the students to set up and control the AutoCAD environment. Prerequisite: Junior standing in program.

INTD 3343. INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION III. 3 Hours.

This is an introductory digital design course that strives to develop visual sensitivity and awareness of the digital environment enabling students to present ideas graphically. This survey course focuses on general exposure to computer visualization software from 2D Vector and 2D Raster based programs to an introduction of basic 3D modeling. Emphasis is placed on the relationship of digital skills and graphic communication of ideas and presentation in both digital and printed media. Prerequisite: Junior standing in the program.

INTD 3357. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING & VISUALIZATION. 3 Hours.

To gain a working knowledge of Building Information Modeling software and advanced 3D modeling software. Prerequisite: ARCH 4356 or INTD 3343 and Junior standing in program. Restricted to Architecture and Interior Design majors.

INTD 3553. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN I. 5 Hours.

A studio course in planning and design of interior spaces. Attention is drawn to the analysis of space, purpose of use, creative and effective solutions to the stated problems, material and color selection, and presentation skills. The process of developing a concept/idea is highly stressed. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent enrollment in INTD 3343 or INTD 3345. Junior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 3555. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN II. 5 Hours.

A studio course in planning and design of interior spaces. Attention is drawn to the analysis of space, purpose of use, creative and effective solutions to the stated problems, material and color selection, and presentation skills. The process of developing a concept/idea is highly stressed. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent enrollment in INTD 3343 or INTD 3345. Junior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4191. CONFERENCE COURSE. 1 Hour.

Independent study guided by an instructor on a regular basis. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Junior or senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4195. SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN. 1 Hour.

Studio and lecture course to explore and present selected topics in interior design. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor or the Architecture Undergraduate Advisor. Junior standing in program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4314. HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION. 3 Hours.

Concepts and implementation of the restoration and preservation of historic structures and places, including archaeological, bibliographic, legislative, institutional, and physical parameters to the retention and adaptive re-use of significant architecture. This course is offered as ARCH 4314 and INTD 4314; credit will be granted only once. Prerequisite: ARCH 2303, ARCH 2304. Junior standing in program. Restricted to Architecture and Interior Design majors.

INTD 4332. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERIOR DESIGN. 3 Hours.

An overview of professional procedures as practiced in a variety of local interior design firms. Prerequisite: Senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4338. CODES AND REGULATIONS. 3 Hours.

A study of accessibility, building and energy codes and related regulations including the architects' responsibility for compliance. This course is offered as ARCH 4338 and INTD 4338; credit will be granted only once. Prerequisite: ARCH 2303, ARCH 2304. Junior standing in program. Restricted to Architecture and Interior Design majors.

INTD 4344. INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATION IV. 3 Hours.

An advanced digital design course that builds on the basic computer knowledge and digital graphics developed in the INTD 3343 class and advances the development of digital techniques. The class investigates the digital realm as an environment communicating ideas graphically, analytically, and conceptually. A more extensive digital tool set will be introduced and output will be directed towards both digital presentations and 3D Print technologies. Prerequisite: INTD 3343 or ARCH 3343. Junior standing in the program.

INTD 4345. ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS. 3 Hours.

Graphic and signage considerations for interior environments. Wayfinding methods will be addressed. Senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors but open to Architecture majors as an elective based on space availability.

INTD 4368. INTERIOR DESIGN AND DETAILING. 3 Hours.

A studio course in the design and presentation of detailing for interior construction. Basic fabrication techniques are introduced utilizing woodshop and digital fabrication equipment. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555. Senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors but open to Architecture majors as an elective based on space availability.

INTD 4369. FURNITURE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION. 3 Hours.

A studio course in the design, detailing, and construction of furniture. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555. Restricted to Interior Design majors but open to Architecture majors as an elective based on space availability.

INTD 4391. CONFERENCE COURSE. 3 Hours.

Independent study guided by an instructor on a regular basis. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Junior or senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4393. INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP. 3 Hours.

Internship under the supervision of a Registered Interior Designer or Architect in an approved Interior Design and/or Architecture office. Prerequisite: Senior standing in the program and permission of the Interior Design Program Director. Students who do not acquire an internship are required to take an approved major advanced elective.

INTD 4394. DESIGN RESEARCH METHODS AND APPLICATION. 3 Hours.

Research conducted by undergraduate students that contributes to ongoing faculty research within the Interior Design program or the School of Architecture. Research must be conducted under the supervision of a full-time Interior Design or Architecture faculty member. Prerequisite: Senior standing in the program and permission of the Interior Design Program Director. Open to Architecture majors as an elective based on space availability.

INTD 4395. SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN. 3 Hours.

This course addresses areas of special interest to Interior Design studies and gives students an opportunity for a more in-depth exploration of selected topics than is possible within the embedded content of the core course requirements. Prerequisite: Junior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors but open to Architecture majors as an elective based on space availability.

INTD 4562. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN III. 5 Hours.

A studio course in planning and design of interior spaces. The course emphasizes large scale projects including programming and furniture systems and fabrication of interior components. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555. Senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4563. DESIGN STUDIO: INTERIOR DESIGN IV. 5 Hours.

A studio course in planning and design of interior spaces. The course emphasizes large scale projects including programming and furniture systems and fabrication of interior components. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555. Senior standing in the program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4591. CONFERENCE COURSE. 5 Hours.

Independent study guided by an instructor on a regular basis. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: INTD 3553 and INTD 3555. Senior standing in program. Restricted to Interior Design majors.

INTD 4595. SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN. 5 Hours.

Studio and lecture courses to explore and present selected topics in interior design. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: permission of the Instructor or the Architecture Undergraduate Advisor. Senior standing in program. Restricted to Interior Design majors. The course may be repeated up to four times as the topics change.