A basic problem-solving course on locating and selecting interior components. Main topics include elements of wearability and content of materials and furnishings, and main resource centers for designers.
This 40-hour internship is an extension of students' design education and an introduction to the professional design environment. This course allows interns to apply classroom information to on-the-job assignments and enhances students' understanding of the field of interior design through hands-on experience. Participants will work with a designated host organization. Times and dates can be arranged according to individual internship availability. In addition, students communicate with the course coordinator and are required to keep a daily log and a written report reviewing the internship experience. The host organization will submit a written evaluation of the students' performance while on the job.
This course introduces basic computer-aided design, drafting skills and techniques within interior design applications. Emphasis is placed on the most common computer commands used in architectural drafting and design to draw, edit, manipulate layers and create reusable drawings.