| INTERIOR DESIGN MAJOR |
| INTERIOR DESIGN MINOR |
The interior design program at Central Michigan University involves the
detailed design of interiors, drawing on diverse knowledge from various disciplines and emphasizing an integrated approach that relates interior design to society and architecture. Students in the program are prepared to excel in a wide range of careers including commercial and residential design, as well as other related areas.
The program is accredited by
The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) and
The National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
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This program provides students with the combination of skills and knowledge to successfully
complement an existing major, or statisfy personal interests in the field of design. This minor is for students who want to develop fundamental knowledge and skills in drafting, visual communications, CAD, materials/components, design history and studio design applications. Students will document their work in a portfolio at the conclusion of their final studio course in IND 338.
| REQUIRED COURSES |
IND 131: Interior Design Studio I: Introduction (3 credits)
IND 138: Visual Communication for Interior Design (3 credits)
IND 139: Interior Design Drafting (3 credits)
IND 238: Design History and Precedent (3 credits)
IND 332: Human Shelter and Environment
IND 334: Computer-Aided Design for Interiors (3 credits)
IND 336: Materials and Components of Interior Design (3 credits)
IND 337: Interior Design Studio II: Residential (3 credits)
IND 338: Internship Preparation for Interior Design (1 credit)