Division: Social and Behavioral Science
Department: Education and Family Studies
Course: HFST 1750
Title: Introduction to Interior Design
Description: This general education course acquaints students with the visual and technical language of Interior Design. Through education of the principles of design, this course will foster design sensibility as it is applied to residential space and structure. Emphasis will be placed on using space effectively, the selection and arrangement of furnishings and residential materials, and the application of relevant theory related to everyday living experiences. Students will create a comprehensive design portfolio and complete a client-based design project in order to demonstrate their competency in design and composition analysis, presentation/communication of design solutions, understanding of historical influences, creative thinking, and identification of effective design solutions. This course also introduces students to the professional aspects of a career in Interior Design.
|1750-001||TTH9:30 am-10:45 am||Cox, KariLyn|
|1750-100||TTH12:30 pm-1:45 pm||Cox, KariLyn|