Minor in Interior Design
The Minor in Interior Design offers the foundations for and an introduction to practical skills in architectural drawing, theory of design, history of furnishings and interiors, and space planning with consideration to how people occupy and inhabit space, movement, and quality of life.
|Minor in Interior Design|
|FACS 1360||Basic Principles of Design||3|
|FACS 2361||History of Furnishings I||3|
|FACS 2364||Design Theory and Materials||3|
|FACS 2365||Digital Drawing for ID||3|
|FACS 2386||Space Planning Fundamentals||3|
|FACS 2387||Architectural Graphics For Int||3|
|FACS 2388||Building Systems For Interiors||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Int Dsgn Prof Prac & Procedure|
|History of Furnishings II|
|Codes,Stndrds & Facility Maint|
Students who complete a Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) in Interior Design are not eligible for the minor.
Students who choose to move from the Interior Design minor to the Interior Design major must have earned a “C” in all ARTS, ETCM, and FACS coursework; have a minimum 2.5 GPA; and have passed the required sophomore portfolio review.