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Interior Design

Summer 1 Courses

May 28 - July 1

Summer 2 Courses

July 8 - August 1

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Interior Design - 212 217.5550

ID 133
Presentation Techniques I
1.5 credits
In-state $306.00   Out-of-state $916.50
Presents techniques of rendering the elements of interior spaces in detail, including finishes, fabrics, window treatments, and accessories. Students learn quick visualization techniques and are introduced to the use of varied media in the representation of light, texture, color, value, and form.

Summer 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
2813 15A MTW 6:30 PM-10:05 PM D506


ID 151
Basic Drafting Techniques
1.5 credits
In-state $306.00   Out-of-state $916.50
For Continuing Education students. Familiarizes students with the use of drafting equipment and materials. Provides instruction in elementary drafting skills and conventions, employing mechanical pencils and pen and ink in the representation of plans, elevations, and sections.

Summer 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
2814 15A MTW 6:30 PM-10:05 PM D504


ID 253
CAD I
1.5 credits
Online: In-state $328.50   Out-of-state $939.00
Prerequisites: CG 111 and ID 157
Introduces general concepts of computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), with emphasis on two-dimensional drafting applications such as floor plans, furniture plans, reflected ceiling plans, and elevations. Students create, store, modify, and plot drawings. Students are taught to generate hard copies of their work.

Summer 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
2815 OL1 Online


ID 255
CAD II
1.5 credits
Online: In-state $328.50   Out-of-state $939.00
Prerequisites: ID 253
Presents CAD drafting, dimensioning, and detailing in order to create two-dimensional drawings for architecture, interior design, and construction. Methods for creating and using different line types and text styles are demonstrated. An introduction to three-dimensional modeling is included.

Summer 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
2816 OL1 Online


ID 354
CAD III
1.5 credits
Online: In state $451.50 Out of state $1.321.50
Prerequisites: ID 214 and ID 255
Three-dimensional modeling for interior designers. The course consists of lectures, demonstrations, and lab exercises describing and teaching the general concepts and techniques of creating, viewing, and manipulating three-dimensional computerized architectural models.

Summer 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
2817 OL1 Online

 

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