ID 1160. Introduction to Interior Design (3). Spring. Overview of the interior design profession; examination of the design process with emphasis on creative problem solving and development of competencies in space planning and presentations.
ID 1170. Interior Design I (3). Fall, Spring. Color drawing techniques used in the simulation of materials in interior and exterior renderings. Experiments with various media, their uses and limitations as applicable to visual presentations by designers, architects, renderers, and illustrators. Two one-hour lectures, one two-hour studio. Interior Design majors only. Prerequisite: ARCH 1050. Extra fee.
ID 2190. Interior Design II (3). Fall, Spring. Programming, conceptualization and problem solving for residential and non-residential environments. Prerequisites: ID 1160, ID 1170. Six studio hours. Extra fee.
ID 3030. Contemporary Interiors (3). Fall, Spring. Design elements, principles and color theory used to create the human environment. Finish and material selection for furnishings and other surface treatments. Interior Design majors only. Prerequisite: ID 1160. Extra fee.
ID 3190. Interior Design III (3). Fall. Small residential design with emphasis on space planning, furniture selection and layout in children and special populations projects. Prerequisites: ID 2190 and ID 3030. Extra fee.
ID 3290. Interior Design IV (3). Spring. Large residential projects incorporating kitchen and bath detailing and visual presentation. Complete design concept and presentation with special attention to low income, energy conservation and specialized construction details. Prerequisite: ID 3190. Six studio hours. Extra fee.
ID 3330. Specifications, Codes, and Special Needs (2). Spring. Specification writing for interior finishes and furniture. Accessing local code information, fire safety and organizations that test product safety. Prerequisite: ID 3190.
ID 3450. Computers and Interior Design (3). Fall, Spring. Microcomputer applications for the professional practice of interior design; includes computer aided design, spread sheets, specifications and estimations. Prerequisites: CS 1000 and ID 2190. Extra fee.
ID 3650. Lighting Design for Interior Environments (3). Fall. Theoretical foundations, practical implications, techniques, and products for appropriate lighting design of residential and commercial interior environments. Prerequisites: ID 2190, ARCH 2360, and ID 3030. Graded A/F.
ID 4060. Housing the Family (3). Spring. Selecting, financing and adapting housing for families with varying lifestyles and needs. Energy efficiency and green/sustainability in housing, government role in housing, renting and owning options, and psychological needs emphasized. Extra Fee.
ID 4070. Green, Sustainable, and Universal Design for the Built Environment (3). Fall only. 3 contact hours. A study of the requirements for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Building Certification and Professional Accreditation. History, philosophy and implementation of Universal Design Principles. Prerequisite: ID 2190.
ID 4170. Interior Design V (3). Fall. Small non-residential design which incorporates programming, conceptualization, problem solving and evaluation for offices, retail and other small institutions. Prerequisites: ID 3290. Extra fee.
ID 4180. History of Interiors (3). Fall. European and American furniture from 14th through 20th centuries with corresponding interiors; wall, window and floor treatments and decorative arts. Prerequisite: ID 3030 or consent of instructor.
ID 4190. Interior Design VI (3). Spring. Large nonresidential design incorporating building systems, custom cabinetry and open office systems in historic preservation and reuse projects. Prerequisites: ID 3330, ID 4170, and COOP 50. Six studio hours. Extra fee.
ID 4230. Professional Practice in Interior Design (2). Fall. Ethics and business procedures for interior designers. Estimating, scheduling, budgeting and contract writing for installation of project. Preparation of resumes and portfolios for the profession. Prerequisites: ID 3190, ID 3290.