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Introduction to Ceramic Tile

No sections available this semester

CR1350 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students learn to create ceramic tiles while experimenting with various methods of tile production and surface effects through glazing and firing.

Color in Interiors

No sections available this semester

ID0850 (non-credit)
Students learn the fundamentals of color application, as well as the skills necessary to refine their design strategy as their needs change.

In My Home

No sections available this semester

ID0860 (non-credit)
For the aspiring non-professional, this course focuses on the basic elements of interior design.

Introduction to Interior Design

No sections available this semester

ID1000 (3.0 credits or audit)
Exploring the elements that comprise the practice of interior design, students will learn about materials, space planning, color theory, and more.

Introduction to Perspective and Interior Rendering

No sections available this semester

ID2000 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course provides an introduction to linear, two-, and three-point perspectives, and rendering of interior space in various media. (Undergraduate Level)

Documentation and Representation

No sections available this semester

ID2050 (3.0 credits or audit)
Through a series of projects including drawing and model making, students will gain valuable skills in documenting visual culture and developing tools for representing design concepts. (Undergraduate Level)

AutoCAD I

No sections available this semester

ID3050 (3.0 credits or audit)
Learn the basics of computer-assisted drafting techniques, including basic drawing, dimensioning, layering, and various commands for drawing and document output. (Undergraduate Level)

Introduction to Interior Design

No sections available this semester

ID5000 (3.0 credits)
This introductory course provides students with an overview of the elements that comprise the practice of interior design. (Graduate level)

AutoCAD I

No sections available this semester

ID5050 (3.0 credits)
Learn the basics of computer-assisted drafting techniques, including basic drawing, dimensioning, layering, and various commands for drawing and document output. (Graduate Level)

Perspective and Interior Rendering

No sections available this semester

ID5110 (3.0 credits)
This course provides an introduction to linear, two-, and three-point perspectives, and rendering of interior space in various media. (Graduate Level)