Graduate Interior Design (ID)
The minimum prerequisite for 50000-69999 level courses is graduate standing. The minimum prerequisite for courses 70000 and higher is doctoral standing. Additional prerequisites may apply and are listed in this catalog.
51093 Variable Title Workshop in Interior Design (1-4)
Workshops dealing with variable topics related to the interior design profession. Learning experiences provided in a broad spectrum of specialities. S/U grading. Prerequisite: interior design (ID) major.
51095 Special Topics in Interior Design (1-4)
Discussion of a major topic or issue within the profession of interior design. Repeat registration permitted. Prerequisite: interior design (ID) major.
51096 Individual Investigation in Interior Design (1-3)
Independent study of Interior Design and related topics under the guidance of a faculty member. IP permissible. Prerequisite: interior design (ID) major.
54512 Historic Furnishing Textiles (2)
A course designed to acclimate the student to historic textiles created primarily for use in interior architecture. Focus is on aesthetics, design and construction. A comprehensive adaptive reuse or restoration project is required. Prerequisite: ID 44525 and 44534.
54524 Anglo-American Interiors (3)
An in-depth study of the Anglo-American interior and domestic furnishings with concentration on the preservation and contemporary usage of both interior architectural spaces and domestic objects. Prerequisite: ID 44512.
54534 History of Interiors to 1600 (4)
A chronological study of housing and furnishings from civilization to the 15th century. Prerequisite: ID 34504 and; ARTH 22006 and 22007 or ARCH 20001 and 20002; and special approval.
54535 History of Interiors to Present (4)
A chronological study of housing and furnishings from the Renaissance to the Victorian period, 16th to 19th centuries and 20th century. Prerequisite: ID 54534.