This course is comprised of the study, exploration, and application of design theories and processes in creating the built environment. Students will explore such topics as social issues and adaptive reuse and will be expected to make research presentations, participate in class discussions and assignments and to work in teams on projects that may include 2D and 3D drawings and models.
Mandatory Prerequisites: 70% in COMM 1120 65% in INTD 2500 50% in 6 credits of approved General Education Electives 65% in COMM 2320* (*May be taken concurrently) If you wish to be placed on the INTD Department maintained waitlist for this Course, please email [email protected] with the following information: Your Name, Student Number, Course Number, and CRN. No class Monday, October 14th - Thanksgiving Day No class Monday, November 11th - Remembrance Day
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Develop research methods to support design concept development.
Transform design concepts into 2D and 3D models and sketches.
Compare the theories of individual interior designers and architects.
Document the design processes of interior design projects in a sketchbook/journal.
Discuss specific and current interior design and architectural projects.
Incorporate the elements and principles of design into projects.
Effective as of Fall 2012
INTD 3100 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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