350: Interior Design Theory and Issues. 0-1-1 (3). Preq., Junior standing. Critical examination, investigation, and analysis of theory, principles, and specific formal contextual, conceptual, and/or operational issues affecting problems of interior design.
352: Interior Design I. 6-1-3. Coreq., IDES 350. Studio problems in the space planning and design of interior environments, emphasis on design methodology, materials, furnishing systems, detail drawing and presentation.
353: Interior Design II. 6-1-3. Preq., IDES 352. Continuation of IDES 352. Studio problems in the space planning and design of interior environments, emphasis on design methodology, materials, furnishing systems, detail drawing and presentation.
354: Interior Design III. 6-1-3. Preq., IDES 353. Continuation of IDES 353. Culmination of a three-course series. Studio problems in the space planning and design of interior environments, emphasis on design methodology, materials, furnishing systems, detail drawing and presentation.
451: Furniture Design. 6-1-3. Original student furniture design concepts are developed through a coordinated study and analysis of function, anthropometric, structures, materials, construction, and industrial processes.
452: Interior Design. 6-1-3 (9). Preq., IDES 354. Intensive interior design experiences to include advanced, complex problems utilizing systematic design methodology and requiring comprehensive solutions.
456: Professional Practices. 0-3-3. Preq., Junior standing. Preparation for entering the professional practice of interior design; includes office procedures, business ethics, contract documents, specifications, and market sources, etc.
457: History of Furniture I. 0-3-3 . Preq., ARCH 211, 222, and 231, or Art 266 and 267. History of periods of furniture design from antiquity to industrial revolution, including study of dominant influences and characteristics of historical interiors, furnishings, and ornamental design.
458: History of Furniture II. 0-3-3. Preq., IDES 457. A history survey of the development of contemporary design from art Noveau to the present, including architectural elements, furniture, lighting, wallcovering, flooring, and building materials.
500: Design Research Methods. 0-3-3. Preq., Graduate standing or consent of instructor. An introduction to research methods applicable to the execution of scholarly investigations in the discipline of interior design.
510: Interior Design Graduate Studio. 12-0-4 (12). Preq., Graduate standing. Guided studio projects involving exhibition, furniture, or universal design.
520: Interior Design Graduate Research. 6-1-3 (9). Preq., IDES 500. Guided research projects into various aspects of interior design.
530: Interior Design Graduate Seminar. 0-3-3 (9). Preq., Graduate standing. Reading and discussion of current topics associated with interior design education, research, or practice.
540: Graduate Interior Design Internship. 20-0-6 (18). Preq., Graduate standing and consent of graduate program coordinator. Supervised interior design experience emphasizing application of principles in a research, manufacturing, or practice setting.
550: Research & Thesis in Interior Design. 12-0-4 (12). Preq., IDES 500. Preparation, development, and execution of a well-designed thesis under the supervision of the studentís graduate committee.
560: Research & Project in Interior Design. 12-0-4 (8). Preq., IDES 500. Preparation, development and execution of a comprehensive design project under the supervision of the studentís graduate committee.
570: Graduate Design Exhibition. 12-0-4. Preq., IDES 560. Preparation and installation of an exhibition of a comprehensive design project or graduate design work.