College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Applied Human Sciences

Courses

Course Listing

Course Sequence


COURSE LISTING

Required

Hours
INTDSGN 1001 Introduction to Interior Design 2
INTDSGN 1061 Design Foundations 3
INTDSGN 1063 Drafting for Interiors (pre- or corequisite INTDSGN 1061) 3
INTDSGN 1065 Design Visualization and Communication (pre- or corequisite INTDSGN 1063) 2
INTDSGN 1067 History of Interiors 2
INTDSGN 2063 Computer Applications for Interior Design I (prerequisite: INTDSGN 1063. corequisites: INTDSGN 2065; INTDSGN 2069; declared Interior Design majors only) 3
INTDSGN 2065 Space Planning and the Human Experience (corequisites: INTDSGN 2063; INTDSGN 2069; declared Interior Design majors only) 2
INTDSGN 2067 History of Interiors II (prerequisite INTDSGN 1067) 2
INTDSGN 2069 Materials and Resources for Interior Design (corequisites: INTDSGN 2063, INTDSGN 2065) 2
INTDSGN 3063 Computer Applications for Interior Design II (prerequisite: INTDSGN 2063) 3
INTDSGN 3069 Building Systems and Lighting (prerequisites: INTDSGN 2063; INTDSGN 2065; INTDSGN 2069) 3
INTDSGN 3129 Interior Design Standards 2
INTDSGN 3151 Residential Design I (prerequisite: INTDSGN 2069; corequisites: INTDSGN 3063, INTDSGN 3069; declared Interior Design majors only) 3
INTDSGN 3152 Residentail Design II (prerequisite: INTDSGN 3151) 3
INTDSGN 3164 Professional Practice of Interior Design (pre- or corequisites: INTDSGN 3152, INTDSGN 4151) 2
INTDSGN 3165 Professional Preparation (prerequisite: INTDSGN 3164) 1
INTDSGN 4151       Commercial Design I (prerequisite: INTDSGN 3151 3
INTDSGN 4152     Commerican Design II (prerequisite: INTDSGN 4151) 3
INTDSGN 4161 Advanced Design I (pre- or corequisite: INTDSGN 4152) 2
INTDSGN 4162 Advanced Design II (prerequisite: INTDSGN 4161) 3
INTDSGN 4195 Internship in Interior Design (prerequisite: all other Interior Design coursework complete) 4
TEXDSGN 1002 Textile Science 3
 
TOTAL INTERIOR DESIGN:
56
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Required Business Courses

Hours
MKTG 2110             Principles of Marketing (prerequisite: ECON 1031 or ECON 1041) 3
ECON 1031 Introduction to Economics 3

Three hours from the following:

ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting (prerequisite: sophomore standing)
BUSINESS 2010 Entrepreneurial Fundamentals (prerequisite: junior standing)
FIN 3110 Principles of Real Estate (prerequisite: junior standing)
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems
MGMT 3113 Business Communication (prerequisites: ENGLISH 1005 or ENGLISH 2015; junior standing)
MKTG3113/5113            Consumer Behavior (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MKTG 3143 Advertising and Promotion (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MKTG 3146 Digital Advertising (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MKTG 3153 Personal Selling (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing.)
MKTG 3154 Sales Management (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MKTG 3156 Services Marketing (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; Econ 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MKTG 3166 Retail Management (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
MGMT 3176 Global Marketing (prerequisites: MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing)
 
TOTAL BUSINESS HOURS
12
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS
64
Liberal Arts Core (Courses bolded) ECON 1031 satisfies Category 4B
44
Electives
9

Students must check in with the department each semester in order to be certain this worksheet corresponds to the program requirements in effect when they declared their major. This worksheet is for advising purposes only. It does not replace or supersede the information provided in the UNI Catalog or the Schedule of Classes.

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COURSE SEQUENCE

This course sequence is for advising purposes and is effective Fall 2012. Students should take a minimum of 16-17 credit hours each semester in order to graduate in 4 years. This is just one example of completing the major.

FIRST YEAR

Hours
Fall Semester  
INTDSGN 1061 Design Foundations 3
INTDSGN 1001 Intro to Interior Design 2
ECON 1031 Introduction to Economics 3
Liberal Arts Core/Electives 6
   Total: 14
Spring Semester  
INTDSGN 1061 Design Foundations (if not taken in fall) -
INTDSGN 1063 Drafting for Interiors 3
INTDSGN 1067 History of Interior I 2
INTDSGN 1065 Design Visualization and Communication 2
  Liberal Arts Core/Electives 6
  Total: 13

SECOND YEAR

 
Fall Semester  
INTDSGN 2063 Computer Applications I 3
INTDSGN 2065 Space Planning and Human Experience 2
INTDSGN 2067 History of Interiors II 2
INTDSGN 2069 Materials and Resources 2
Liberal Arts Core/Electives 6
    Total: 15
Spring Semester  
INTDSGN 3063 Computer Applications II 3
INTDSGN 3069 Building Systems & Lighting

3

INTDSGN 3129  Interior Design Standards 2
INTDSGN 3151 Residential Design I 3
 MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
    Total: 14

THIRD YEAR

 
Fall Semester  
INTDSGN 3152 Residential Design II 3
INTDSGN 4151 Commercial Design I 3
  Liberal Arts Core/Electives 9
    Total: 15
Spring Semester  
INTDSGN 3164 Professional Practice in Interior Design 2
TEXDSGN 1002 Textile Science 3
  Business Requirement 3
  Liberal Arts Core/Electives 6
    Total: 14

FOURTH YEAR

 
Fall Semester  
INTDSGN 4152 Commercial Design II 3
INTDSGN 4161 Advanced Design I 2
  Liberal Arts Core/Electives 9
   Total:  14
Spring Semester  
INTDSGN 3165 Professional Preparation in Interior Design 3
INTDSGN 4162 Advanced Design II 1
Liberal Arts Core/Electives 12
  Total: 16
Summer
INTDSGN 4195 Internship in Interior Design

4

Total:

4

TOTAL FOR THE INTERIOR DESIGN MAJOR
Major: 65
Liberal Arts Core (ECON 1031 satisfies Category 4): 44
Electives: 11
120 hrs. required for graduation

This is one example of completing the major.  There are various combinations for taking the required Liberal Arts Core classes.  Business and elective courses may be scheduled at any time.  Due to the number of contact hours required for studio classes, some students take classes during summer sessions.

  • INTDSGN 1061 may be taken Fall or Spring semester
  • Prior to registering at another institution for required Business courses, see your major advisor
  • For the five Liberal Arts Core categories see the UNI catalog: https://www.uni.edu/lac/lac-requirements