Course Descriptions

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsDescriptionCompetencies
INT114Interior Design Mat.and Finish3This course presents and discusses materials used in the interior design field. Focuses on appropriate application and selection of materials and characteristics of commonly used materials.  Prerequisite OR Corequisite: APP 209  Loading...
INT124Interior Design Analysis3Introduces the field of interior design, design elements, systems, principles, and theories. Applies principles of design and concept development to two- and three- dimensional design projects. Focuses on hands on work with minimal technology requirements.Loading...
INT125Interior Design Planning3Focuses on the development of interior design plans and the execution of these plans. Builds upon knowledge acquired in Interior Design Analysis through analyzing client needs and creating design boards and presentations to meet those needs. Prerequisite or Corequisite: INT 124Loading...
INT128Historical Interiors and Arch.3"Provides a complete survey and evaluation of interiors and architecture throughout history, as well as furnishings, art and decorative arts. Focuses on identifying, recognizing and evaluating significant historical periods, design, architecture, and art relating to interior design. Covers use of correct terminology and vocabulary associated with the history of interior design.    " Loading...
INT136Lighting3This course examines the categories of lighting sources and their characteristics. Lighting terminology, electrical symbols and types of luminaries are identified. The lighting design process is outlined, and projects include developing a lighting plan and fixture schedule. The effect of lighting on color is demonstrated, as well as its significance regarding human health and behavior. Loading...
INT201CAD REVIT for Interior Design3Introduces the basic skills, information and concepts, using revit and autocad, necessary for the interior design field related to computer aided drafting (CAD), and building information modeling (BIM). Prerequisite: INT 212 , INT 124  Loading...
INT212Residential I3This studio course will teach the design process and apply it to a basic residence. Students will be provided with a client and an existing building shell and will be expected to develop a fully furnished floor plan that meets their client's needs. The design will be almost completely done by hand, with minimal technology requirements.   Prerequisite OR Corequisite: INT 124  Loading...
INT213Commercial I3This course will focus on designing a retail environment. Working in conjunction with APP 235, Visual Merchandising, students will analyze a retail brand concept and create a brick-and-mortar store for this brand.  Prerequisite: INT 222  Corequisite: APP 235  Loading...
INT222Residential II3Building on INT 212 , this studio course will focus on luxury residential, kitchen and bath design. Students will develop a floor plan by hand. Next, they will input floor plans into Revit and create a reflected ceiling plan, furniture plans, floor plans, elevations and sections. Students will create 3D renderings from Revit using Enscape. This course and INT 201 work in conjunction with one another to reinforce technology skills. Prerequisite: INT 212 Corequisite: INT 201 Loading...
INT223Commercial II3This course will have students design an office space using modern office design principles. A primary focus of the course will be on evidence-based design. This will encourage students to develop conceptual, innovative, and dynamic workspaces. Prerequisite: INT 213 Prerequisite or Corequisite: INT 136 Loading...
INT262Interior Codes and Building Str3Teaches current international and local building codes, as well as ADA, barrier-free, and life-safety codes as they relate to interior design and interior environments. Focuses on codes and applications to meet overall health, safety, and welfare standards through design. Loading...