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the interior built environment. Course content includes the introduction and application of LEED requirements, custom interior detailing and CSI Specifications.


INDS 503 Design Visualization, Communication and Documentation This course reinforces the graphic, technical and digital representation skills and techniques utilized within the graduate-level study of interior design. Projects and assignments inform students of the importance of managing and communicating design data, construc- tion documentation and interior detailing. Students explore alternative digital presentation methodologies through various software interfaces.


INDS 504 Interior Design Studio Applications This course is a precursor to the advanced study of interior design in a studio setting, emphasizing indi- vidual competence in the total design process. Projects are structured to emphasize the individual phases of design and culminate in a multi-faceted design solution to serve as an assessment tool for gauging success in the graduate program.


INDS 702 Interior Design Seminar This seminar course introduces students of diverse backgrounds to interior design as an academic dis- cipline and as a profession. Students explore issues that affect interior design, establish personal goals of achievement and begin to develop a personal phi- losophy of design.


INDS 706 Interior Design Theory and Criticism This course examines the ways in which architects, interior designers and theorists express and con- ceptualize the spirit of interior design. Readings are drawn from significant works detailing the history of interior design and the role of interior design in the future. Through active participation in discussions, research papers and independent analyses, students are expected to develop skills in analyzing and con- ceptualizing interior design principles.


INDS 708 Graduate Rendering for the Interior This course focuses on understanding and applying the underlying principles of graphic presentation and rendering techniques. The course develops hand skills through the application of perspective drawings of architectural interiors and exteriors. The development and refinement of visual presentations permits the designer to clearly and professionally communicate design decisions. Emphasis is on the expression of ideas through freehand graphic documentation.


INDS 709 Research Methods for Interior Design This course is an introduction to research methods in design, exploration of history of research methods, and contemporary applications.


INDS 712 Interior Design Studio I This course begins the advanced study of interior design in a studio setting through the development and execution of strong design ideas. Projects are structured to emphasize the design process: analyz- ing, programming, conceptualizing, developing and presenting ideas of a medium level of complexity.


INDS 714 Interior Design Studio II This course continues the advanced study of the interior design process through the development and execution of designs for special populations. Projects are structured to emphasize human factors and the design process. Prerequisite(s): INDS 712 or permission of department chair.


INDS 718 Graduate Interior and Exterior Illustration Understanding and applying the underlying principles of graphic presentation and rendering techniques are the focus of this course. Students explore com- munication and promotion design ideas through the application of perspective drawings of architectural interiors and exteriors. Emphasis is placed on aesthetic concerns and professional presentation techniques.


INDS 721 Emerging Interior Materials The focus of this course is on emerging materials that have the potential to be applied in interior design. This course presents an exploratory study of technological


advances that have generated new interior materials recently introduced in the market and their impact on global sustainability. Sustainable and intelligent structural materials and finishes are covered. The specification, composition, construction and applica- tion/ usability of these new interior materials are also covered. Group discussions, presentations, projects and field trips promote the development of design ideas related to new materials.


INDS 722 Applied Interior Lighting This course explores the advanced study of lighting as a design element in the interior environment. Electric- ity, electrical distribution systems, function, use and control of light, lighting fixtures and lighting installation are covered in lectures, discussion and application. Through demonstrations in the lighting lab, luminar- ies and lamps are compared with regard to glare, light distribution, intensity, color, color rendition, energy effectiveness and cost. Students utilize manufacturer catalogs, computer programs and lighting equipment to design and construct a lighting fixture.


INDS 726 Human Response to the Built Environment In this course, the complex interaction and impact of the built environment on human behavior is examined through the context of social, behavioral, cultural and environmental variables. Issues of social and cultural context, gender, health and well-being are examined through environmental factors and characteristics of the built environment such as structure type and use, density, zoning, planning, development and transition, and transportation.


INDS 727 Interior Environmental Systems This course focuses on building systems that affect interior design as they relate to contemporary issues such as indoor environmental quality and global sustainability. Functional and environmental consid- erations about building technology systems and the role of interior designers in improving the quality of the built environment are also addressed. Emphasis is placed on the partnership of building technology experts, architects, interior designers and clients that is integral to the course.


INDS 730 Effects of Lighting on People and the Interior Environment With an in-depth exploration of the integration and control of natural and artificial light in the interior environment, students will be introduced to a variety of topics in lighting such as codes, color perception, human factors and sustainability. The impact of human interaction with natural and artificial light sources and systems will be studied for understanding the effects of light on human physiology. Assignments include analysis papers on case studies, post occupancy evaluations, interior environmental observations and a final critical paper.


INDS 740 Contemporary Issues in Interior Design In this course, students explore a variety of critical, aes- thetic and practical issues relevant to the current prac- tice of interior design. This course employs readings, lectures and discussions to stimulate and refine critical thinking and practical design problem-solving abilities. Collaborative student groups conduct research about a current topic interest and are responsible for preparing a project and presentation as a focal point for critiques and discussion.


INDS 749 Interior Design M.A. Final Project This course is dedicated to the development and pro- duction of an interior design research project as the culmination of the M.A. degree. Emphasis is placed on an advanced level of complexity and challenge within the research project. Prerequisite(s): INDS 706, INDS 709.


INDS 751 Interior Design Studio III This studio course continues the advanced study of the interior design process through the development and execution of a comprehensive graduate-level design problem. Emphasis is placed on specialized interior environments based on students’ direction and areas of expertise. Prerequisite(s): INDS 714.


INDS 752 Interior Design Studio IV This studio course continues the advanced study of the interior design process through the design of mul- tifunction interior environments. Emphasis is placed on the human relationship to the interior environment. Projects are structured to require a high degree of complexity. Prerequisite(s): INDS 751 or permission of department chair.


INDS 755 Professional Practices in Interior Design This course examines the professional aspects of the practice of interior design including office procedures, business law, contracts, letters of agreement, insurance and liability, as well as interaction with employers, clients and consultants. Emphasis is placed on the principles and ethics of design practice. Prerequisite(s): INDS 714.


INDS 760 Graduate Interior Design Portfolio This course provides the opportunity for interior design students to develop a professional working portfolio. Emphasis is placed upon organizing a strong body of work, focused on a specific area of expertise dictated by the student’s individual career goals. Presentation options are explored, examined, and executed.


INDS 779F Graduate Field Internship Students in this course undertake a field assign- ment under the supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisite(s): 15 graduate credit hours, good aca- demic standing.


INDS 779T Graduate Teaching Internship Students in this course undertake a teaching assign- ment under the supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisite(s): 15 graduate credit hours, good aca- demic standing.


INDS 780 Special Topics in Interior Design This elective course provides an opportunity for stu- dents to focus on particular issues in the field of interior design. Faculty, course content and prerequisites vary each time the course is offered. The class may include lectures, discussions, individual projects and critiques, depending on the nature of the topic.


INDS 791 Interior Design Studio V: M.F.A. Thesis I This studio serves as the first part of a two-studio sequence dedicated to the development and produc- tion of an interior design project as the culmination of the M.F.A. course of study. Students are required to develop and submit a programmatic thesis proposal to the thesis committee during the third week of the quarter. Following committee approval, analysis, programming and conceptual design, work begins on the project, with the advice and guidance of faculty. Emphasis is placed on a high degree of complexity and challenge within the design project. Prerequisite(s): INDS 752 or permission of department chair.


INDS 792 Interior Design Studio VI: M.F.A. Thesis II This studio serves as the second part of a two-studio sequence dedicated to the development and produc- tion of a major interior design project as the culmina- tion of the M.F.A. course of study. Students continue the design project through the conventional phases of design development, documentation and presentation. A written research component must accompany the drawings, models and other materials submitted for consideration. Prerequisite(s): INDS 791.


Interactive Design and Game Development (Undergraduate)


ITGM 120 Introduction to Interactive Design and Game Development This course begins to investigate visual and audio communication involving user actions, strategic design and the illusion of motion. Through individual approach and expression in traditional media, students are encouraged to experiment with the juxtaposition and sequence of design elements and imagery and to develop a sense of artist-audience construct and consequence. Prerequisite(s): DRAW 101, CMPA 110.


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