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2014-2015 Interior Design Interior Design—Associate in Applied Science Degree—60 credits Interior Design Associate—Diploma—48 credits Interior Design Consultant—Certificate—16 credits Home Furnishing Sales—Certificate—30 credits Interior Design Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5405 Associate in Applied Science graduates will be prepared to design in terms of customer/client needs, the interior furnishings of residences, computer-aided design, and to specify and sell the products and services required for implementation of that design. In addition, the graduate will have acquired a foundation in marketing and general education necessary to be able to compete in today’s workplace. Course Credits Career/Occupational Requirements INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD 1020 1030 1040 1050 1055 1060 1080 1090 2001 2002 2020 2030 2040 2050 2780 Drafting For Interior Design Design and Color Elements of Interior Design Lighting Fundamentals AutoCAD for Interior Design Furniture Styles and Periods Textile Applications Sustainable Design Residential Studio I Residential Studio II Professional Practice for Interior Design Design Sales Dimensional Drawing Commercial Design Studio Internship in Interior Design 44 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 Interior Design Diploma Program Description # 5617 This program prepares students to design in terms of customer/client needs, the interior furnishings of residences and to specify and sell the products and services required for implementation of that design. Course Credits Career/Occupational Requirements INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD INTD 1020 1030 1040 1050 1055 1060 1080 1090 2001 2002 2020 2030 2040 2050 Drafting for Interior Design Design and Color Elements of Interior Design Lighting Fundamentals AutoCAD for Interior Design Furniture Styles and Periods Textile Applications Sustainable Design Residential Studio I Residential Studio II Professional Practice for Interior Design Design Sales Dimensional Drawing Commercial Design Studio...
Interior Design Major This program will prepare students in areas of design, technology, digital skills, drawing, delineation and rendering, structures, history and professional practice. Students who wish to transfer to a 4 year degree program should understand that each transfer institution has its own set of transfer requirements. Those different requirements can be found on the individual transfer institution’s websites. Students are strongly urged to speak with architecture program faculty if they need assistance on understanding transfer requirements. The A.S. degree in Interior Design has strong emphasis on both Architecture and Art. The program will prepare them in areas of design, technology, digital skills, drawing, delineation and rendering, structures, history, professional practice, art history, and graphic design. Entry positions for which graduates who have received the degree of Associate in Science in Interior Design may qualify for employment positions that may include those of draftsperson; delineator; salesperson; furniture designer; and assistant in coordination of colors, fabric, furniture, lighting systems, and exhibits. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to: Create interior solutions to a set of project requirements including material and color selection. Develop interior graphics using digital and analog tools that communicate design intentions and document construction requirements. Analyze the historical periods and movements of Interior Design. Explain the duties and responsibilities of stakeholders within the legal and regulatory environments. Understand technical building and material systems and their interface with interior spaces. Courses Required for the Major in Interior Design Course Units First Semester (fall) ARCH 48 Intro to Architecture,...
THE DESIGN SCHOOL Bachelor of Science in Design: INTERIOR DESIGN Applying To Pass Degree Milestone–Continuing To Second Year For students that have completed (or are currently enrolled in) INT 111, 120, 121, 123, 131, 221, and 222 and have earned a letter grade of “C” or better. Applying to pass the degree milestone requirement is competitive and limited by available spaces. Selection is awarded to those applicants demonstrating the highest promise for professional success. Students who want to apply to other programs must submit separate applications for any of the other programs. Transfers into programs are considered only on a space available basis, and such transfers are limited to students with equivalent course work who are competitive with continuing students (see “Transfer Students and Transfer Work”). Transfer students must be admitted to ASU prior to the application deadline to be eligible to apply online to pass the degree milestone. Students that do not pass the degree milestone should see an academic advisor if they need assistance. Application Deadline and Submission When 5:00 pm, May 2, 2014 Where Portfolio: Submit portfolio and written work to the Design North building, room 162 between regular business hours. (M- F 8:00am – Noon and 1:00pm – 5:00pm) Application: Complete online at https://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/forms/design/degree_application/ This link will be active starting April 1, 2014. You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your application submission. Make sure your ASU e-mail account is working properly and check it immediately to verify that you received the confirmation. Policy on Late Applications Late applications will not be accepted under any circumstances Qualifications For students that have completed (or are currently enrolled in) INT 111, 120, 121, 123, 131, 221, and 222 with a “C” or better. Selection to pass the degree milestone in Interior Design is limited to applicants who have completed the first-year requirements and who are determined by the admissions committee to have the best potential for academic success. Space in the program is limited. Application materials and Grade Point Average (GPA) will be assessed to determine academic success. Decisions will be made based on the following and weighted with the following percentages: 30% Portfolio, 20% ASU GPA, 25% Interior Design GPA, and 25% Written Statement.
Welcome to Interior Design & Interior Merchandising at Stephen F. Austin State University! This manual has been created to introduce you to the policies, procedures and important information needed to navigate the next four years through the SFASU Interior Design or Interior Merchandising Programs. The Interior Design (ID) and Interior Merchandising (IM) programs are among the best in Texas. The programs employ four, full –time faculty and one adjunct faculty who are eager and qualified to convey the technical, theoretical, and aesthetic subject matter of the interior design and merchandising professions. Typically a 15 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio in studio courses is maintained to give each student ample critique time during class. The combined ID and IM programs generally maintain 120 majors. All Interior Design/Interior Merchandising core courses are taught in the Human Sciences South building with the exception of Principles of Textile Science (ID/IM), Merchandising Applications (IM), Visual Merchandising I (IM), Accounting (ID), CAD courses (IM/ID) and Art courses(IM/ID). The building houses three studios, a lecture room, a computer room, a resource room, gallery space, faculty offices, student lockers, and the Design Center. Many students enter interior design without fully understanding what the profession encompasses. A common misconception is to confuse interior design with interior decoration, a talent for coordinating aesthetic finishes and colors. While interior design utilizes this ability, it extends beyond the aesthetics into the functional aspect of the built environment. The National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) defines Interior Design as: “…a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment. These solutions are functional, enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants, and are aesthetically attractive. Designs are created in response to and coordinated with the building shell, and acknowledge the physical location and social context of the project. Designs must adhere to code and regulatory requirements, and encourage the principles of environmental sustainability.
Interior Design, an individual or team event, recognizes participants who apply interior design skills learned in Family and Consumer Sciences courses to design interiors to meet the living space needs of clients. In advance, participants will create a floor plan, an elevation and a furniture/ interior plan addressing the specifics of the design scenario. Participants must prepare a file folder, an oral presentation, and visuals. Interior Design is sponsored in part by The National Kitchen and Bath Association. Career Cluster/Career Pathway n Architecture & Construction— Design/Pre-Construction Pathway EVENT CATEGORIES Senior: grades 10–12 Occupational: grades 10–12 See page 61 for more information on event categories. PROCEDURES & TIME REQUIREMENTS 1. Each entry will submit a file folder with required documents to the event room consultant at the designated participation time. 2. Participant(s) will have 5 minutes to set up for the event. Other persons may not assist. 3. Room consultants and evaluators will have 10 minutes to preview the file folder and display boards before each presentation begins. 4. The oral presentation may be up to 15 minutes in length. A one-minute warning will be given at 14 minutes. Participants will be stopped at 15 minutes. 5. The oral presentation is a time for the participant(s), in the role of student designer(s), to present to the evaluators, in the role of clients, the interior design. The presentation is intended to be two-way dialogue, as in a conversation or interview, rather than a one-way illustrated talk. 6. Following the presentation, evaluators and participants will step out of character as designer(s) and clients for a 5-minute followup interview as evaluators and participant(s).
CANADIAN INTERIOR DESIGN SCHOOLS This list includes all interior design diploma and degree programs that are two years in duration or longer. Note that interior design standards in most provinces are changing. Check with your provincial association to ensure that the program you choose will meet its standards upon graduation. ALBERTA Lakeland College (AB) Interior Design Technology Diploma (2-YEAR DIPLOMA) Vermilion Campus 5707 College Drive Vermilion AB T9X 1K5 Lisa Hansen, Enrolment Specialist T: (780) 853 8527 TF: (800) 661-6490 x 8527 E: email@example.com W: www.lakelandcollege.ca Lethbridge College (AB) Interior Design Diploma (2- YEAR DIPLOMA) 3000 College Drive S. Lethbridge AB T1K 1L6 Vicki Hegedus, Program Chair T: (403) 320-3202, ext. 5362 TF: (800) 572-0103, ext. 5362 E: firstname.lastname@example.org E: email@example.com W: www.lethbridgecollege.ca Mount Royal University(AB) CIDA Department of Interior Design Bachelor of Applied Interior Design (2012, 2018) (4-YEAR DEGREE) 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary AB T3E 6K6 Helen Evans Warren, Department Chair Department of Interior Design & Art History T: (403) 440-6953 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.mtroyal.ca/arts/interiordesign/ Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (AB) School of Sustainable Building & Environmental Management Interior Design Technology Diploma (2-YEAR DIPLOMA) 11762 - 106 Street Edmonton AB T5G 2R1 Loni Demaine, Associate Chair, Environmental Design Technology T: (780) 471-7413 TF: (877) 333-NAIT E: email@example.com W: www.nait.ca BRITISH COLUMBIA Art Institute of Vancouver (BC) Bachelor of Applied Design in Interior Design (3-YEAR DEGREE) 2665 Renfrew Street Vancouver BC V5M 0A7 Alison Cuvier, Interim Program Head and Coordinator T: (778)373-8940 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.artinstitutes/edu British Columbia Institute of Technology (BC) School of Construction and the Environment Students must first complete the diploma program Bachelor of Interior Design (4-YEAR DEGREE) 3700 Willingdon Avenue Burnaby BC V5G 3H2 Rod Goy, Dean T: (1-866)434-1610 E: Interior_Design@bcit.ca W: www.bcit.ca/study/programs/6160fdiplt
Interior Design Gretchen Addi, Associate AIA, and Jacqueline Lytle, IIDA, Associate AIA Interior design services create interior settings to accommodate a client’s intended use of a particular space. The interior design process closely parallels the building design process in that it encompasses identifying and solving problems for the (interior) built environment. Professional interior design encompasses programming, space planning, construction, detailing, and finish selection as well as considerations of interior decor. As in building design, the process of interior design defines client and user requirements, develops conceptual approaches, and creates and documents solutions. Interior design as a professional service separate from architecture began in the corporate arena, when the advent of multistory, high-rise office buildings (skyscrapers) created a large quantity of unfinished interior space for multitenant uses. Trends in commercial interior design reflect overall trends in the building market. Opulent interiors prevailed during the peak building boom years of the 1980s. In the 1990s interior design responded to the needs of clients undergoing rapid transitions with an emphasis on flexible interiors that could easily accommodate growth or downsizing and increases in the cost of real estate. Twenty-first-century design responds to employee needs for personalized and individually controlled spaces, dynamic technology requirements, and changing business models. In health care, new design also accommodates new technology and a focus on outpatient care. The hospitality and retail industries are experiencing a shift toward entertainment interiors, or “experience design.”
INTERIOR DESIGN Excellence in Action COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Kent State University’s Interior Design program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Competencies include fundamental design, design analysis, space planning, sustainability and programming, the design of all interior spaces and an understanding of other related aspects of environmental design. INTERIOR DESIGN Kent State University’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design offers a professional accredited program in Interior Design. Human needs that can be fulfilled by the design of one’s surroundings are stressed in a program that educates interior designers to identify, research and creatively solve problems relative to the function and quality of one’s near environment. The Interior Design program is an interdisciplinary program combining the resources of strong independent units with a cohesive base. The interdisciplinary nature of the Kent State Interior Design program is a major strength drawing from four strong and well-established programs in the university. Assistance from the schools of Art, Technology and Visual Communication Design, as well as the College of Architecture and Environmental Design, includes the contribution of courses and faculty as committee members on the interdisciplinary committee that guides the program. Investment in the program by the other disciplines is fostered through the role of the interdisciplinary committee composed of the interior design faculty, one member from each of the participating programs, one professional designer and one student. This committee reviews the curriculum and its development, advises regarding policy and participates in interviews of faculty candidates for the program. The three support programs are fully approved by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, the National Architectural Accrediting Board and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. The high-quality in-depth experiences, provided to students through those opportunities, produce an interior design professional of considerable complexity.