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O'More School of Design Courses

Courses

Students will be immersed in their degree-specific area of interest from day one in addition to beginning their BELL core requirements in the areas of humanities, social sciences, sciences, arts, quantitative reasoning, religion, and wellness. 

Interior designers ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the public. Areas of study include:

  • Materials and finishes
  • Furniture
  • Lighting
  • Ventilation
  • Electrical, plumbing, and mechanical
  • Ergonomics
  • Universal design
  • Functionality
  • Creative solutions
  • Manual and technological drawing and rendering

 

  • ART 1011 2-D: Principles of Color
  • ART 1030 Drawing I
  • ITD 1010, Materials 1
  • ART 1020 3-D Design
  • ITD 1020 Building Systems I
  • ITD 1100 Interior Design History I
  • ITD 2010, Materials II
  • ITD 2001 Interior Design Studio I
  • ITD 2051 Interior Design Technology I
  • ITD 2020 Building Systems II
  • ITD 2200 Interior Design History II
  • ITD 2002 Interior Design Studio II
  • ITD 2052 Interior Design Technology II
  • ITD 2300 Interior Design History III
  • ITD 3003 Interior Design Studio III
  • ITD 3020 Design Interaction
  • ITD 3000 Interior Design Entrepreneurship
  • ITD 3004 Interior Design Studio IV
  • ITD 3100 Interior Design Theory
  • ITD 4005 Interior Design Studio V
  • ITD 4010 Interior Design Professional Practice
  • ITD 4100 Interior Design Philosophy
  • ITD 4006 Interior Design Studio VI
  • ITD 4270 Interior Design Internship