INT Four Year Plan

The program is a first‐professional degree program and requires a four‐year sequence of courses. Interior design majors must start in their major courses during the first semester of their freshman year. Completing core curriculum first and then taking major courses is not suggested within this professional degree program and should a student choose to do so they will not be able to complete their Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design in four years.

 

FOUNDATIONS

1st YEAR FALL

  • INT 1300 Design Matters [3].F
  • INT 1001 Visual Literacy I [3].F
  • IND 1010 CAD I: Imaging [3] or LSE [3]
  • Writing Across the Curriculum [3] [RC1000, LLC1000 or WRC1000]
  • First Year Seminar [3]

15 cr.

1st YEAR SPRING

  • INT 1002 Visual Literacy II [3].S
  • INT 1100 Studio I [3].S
  • IND 1010 CAD I: Imaging [3] or LSE [3]
  • Arh 2130 or 2030 [3]***
  • Quantitative Literacy [4]

16 cr.

FRESHMAN PORTFOLIO REVIEW [26 cr. Min., must have completed INT 1001, 1002, 1100, 1300, IND 1010]

 

INT PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM

2nd YEAR FALL

  • INT 2100 Interior Design Studio II [3].F
  • INT 2300 History of Interior Design & Architecture I [3].F
  • INT 2400 Interior Design Sophomore Field Study [0].On Demand*
  • TEC 1708 Construction Methods [3]**
  • TEC 1728 Architectural Graphics and Modeling [3]
  • Writing Across the Curriculum [3] [RC2001 or WRC2001]

15 cr.

2nd YEAR SPRING

  • INT 2110 Interior Design Studio III [3].S
  • INT 2200 Interior Design Systems I [3].S
  • INT 2310 History of Interior Design & Architecture II [3].S
  • TEC 2718 Building Services [3]**
  • Liberal Studies Experience [3]

15 cr.

*”On Demand” course may be offered in spring or fall semester. Check with your program advisor and plan accordingly.

** TEC 1708 is a pre-requisite or co-requisite for TEC 1728.

***Note: 124 credits total if Art 2030 or 2130 is taken as a Perspectives requirement, thus reducing a later semester by 3 credits.

Bold text indicates courses that need to be taken in the sequence listed.

NOTE: A minimum grade of "C" (2.0) is required in each major course.

3rd YEAR FALL [optional Study Abroad semester]

  • INT 3001 Architecture and Design Internship Workshop [1].F
  • INT 3005 Interior Design Studio IV [3].F
  • INT 3200 Interior Design Systems II [3].F
  • Chose ONE Approved Elective from approved list [3]: [See Interior Design Coordinator for Approved List]
  • Additional Elective [3] [ADM, GRA/GCM, IND, PHO or TEC]
  • Free Elective - not in major [2]
  • Wellness Literacy [1]

16 cr.

 3rd YEAR SPRING

  • INT 3105 Interior Design Studio V [3].S
  • INT 3320 Environment and Human Behavior [3].S
  • INT 4330 Construction Documents and Detailing [2].S
  • INT 4400 Interior Design Senior Field Study [1]. On Demand*
  • Science Inquiry Perspective [4]
  • Integrative Learning Experience [3]

16 cr.

 3rd YEAR SUMMER

  • INT 4900 INTERNSHIP [4].Summer.

 4th YEAR FALL

  • INT 4100 Interior Design Studio VI [4].F
  • INT 4108 Studio VII Pre-Design [2].F
  • INT 4300 Current Issues in Interior Design [1].On Demand*
  • Science Inquiry [4]
  • Integrative Learning Experience [3]
  • Wellness Literacy [1]

15  cr.

 4th YEAR SPRING

  • INT 4110 Interior Design Studio VII [4].S
  • INT 4320 Professional Practices in Design [2].S
  • Integrative Learning Experience [3]
  • Liberal Studies Experience [3]
  • Liberal Studies Experience [3]

15  cr.

 *”On Demand” course may be offered in spring or fall semester. Check with your program advisor and plan accordingly.

Bold text indicates courses that need to be taken in the sequence listed.

NOTE: A minimum grade of "C" (2.0) is required in each major course. 

TOTAL CREDITS – 127 [note: 124 credits total if Art 2030 or 2130 is taken as a Liberal Studies Experience requirement, thus reducing a later semester by 3 credits].