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Curriculum

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio
Interior Design Concentration 

All students should use an Academic evaluation available from GoSolar or the Office of Academic Assistance, 4th floor of GCB to monitor their total degree program process.

Required Courses to fulfill CTW requirement

__ ART 3910 Critical Issues in Contemporary Art-CTW (3)

__ID 4950 Portfolio I (3) included in Area G below

Area A – Essential Skills       
  ___ MATH 1111 College Algebra

 Area D / Science, Mathematics, and Technology
    ___ PHYSICS 1111K Introduction to Physics I
    ___ PHYSICS 1112K Introduction to Physics II

Area F / Courses Appropriate to the Major

Art Foundations
Six classes / 18 hours total / 3.0 hours each)
Studio Requirements / Prerequisites for 3000 level classes:
  ___ Art 1010 / Drawing I
  ___ Art 1020 /  Two Dimensional Design
  ___ Art 1030 / Three Dimensional Design    
  ___ Art 1050 /  Introductory Studio
   
Art History Requirements / Prerequisites for 3000 level classes. Select one course in addition to any in Area C.

  ___ Art History 1700 Survey 
  ___ Art History 1750 Survey
  ___ Art History 1850 Survey
and
  ___ Art History 2000 Survey of Art Since 1900 
    
Area G / Major / Concentration in Interior Design: 60 hours total */ 1.0 to 6.0 hours each.

FALL- Sophomore Level
  ___  ID 3000 Architectural Drawing I : Drafting (3) 
  ___  ID 3300 Interior Design I: Theory (3) 
  ___  ID 3910 History of Interior Design I: Antiquities to the 18th Century (3) 
          
ID Program candidates must have completed or be completing all of the above courses in order to qualify for application to the Interior Design program via a portfolio review at the end of each Fall semester. The portfolio review will be based on work from classes in Areas F and G. Subsequent ID courses (listed below) are only open to formally accepted Interior Design Students.

SPRING - Sophomore Level
  ___  ID 3100 Architectural Drawing II: Presentation (3)
  ___  ID 3500 Interior Design III:  Spatial Organization (3)
  ___  ID 3350 Interior Design IV: Materials (3)
  ___  ID 3600 Building Systems & Codes (2)
  ___  ID 3250 Architectural Drawing III: CAD I (2)
  ___  ID 4700 History of Interior Design II: 19th and 20th Centuries (3)

FALL - Junior Level
  ___  ID 4100 Interior Lighting (2)
  ___  ID 4200 Residential Design I (3)
  ___  ID 4300 Commercial Design I (3)
  ___  ID 4350 Architectural Drawing IV: CAD II (2)

SPRING - Junior Level
  ___  ID 4210 Residential Design II (3)
  ___  ID 4310 Commercial Design II (3)
  ___  ID 4400 Architectural Drawing V: Working Drawings (3)

SUMMER - Between junior and senior years

  ___ ID 4930** Internship (3)

FALL - Senior Level
  ___  ID 4000 Selected Topics (2)
  ___  ID 4940 Portfolio I / Consult with Faculty Advisor (2)

SPRING - Senior Level
  ___  ID 4800 Professional Practice (2)
  ___  ID 4950 Portfolio II / Consult with Faculty Advisor (3)
 
 Art Electives - Select one AH 4000-level Art History and one studio elective or two studio electives to be completed during your junior or senior year:

  ___  Any 4000 level Art History (3)
  ___  ID 4000 Selected Topics: Advanced Studio w/Visiting Instructor (3)
  ___  ID 4500 Directed Studies: Advanced Architectural Drawing (2)
  ___  ID 4930** Internship (3)
  ___  ART 4980* Special Problems (1-6)    
  ___  ID 4980* Special Problems (1-6)
   
*ART/ID 4980 Special Problems (1-6 hours) may be used to adjust program in order to meet the 60-hour requirement. Consent of departmental advisor and instructor required.
 
**ID 4930 Interior Design Internship – qualifies for academic credit only after completion of ID 4200, 4300, 4210 and 4310.
 
Note: All students should use an Academic evaluation available from GoSOlar or the Office of Academic Assistance, 4th floor of GCB to monitor their total degree program progress.