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Interior Design (IDAS1)

Award: Associate in applied science degree

Program location: Elkhorn Valley Campus

This degree provides students with aesthetic design knowledge and skills and a practical knowledge of retail and business procedures in the area of interior products and services. Job opportunities include positions as interior design assistants and consultants and sales personnel for local interior product retailers and vendors. All INTD prefix courses, with the exception of INTD 2981, transfer to the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Interior Design program. Ask an advisor for details.

Graduation Requirements

General education

27.0

Major requirements

73.0

Total credit hours required

100.0

General education requirements (27.0 credit hrs.)

Communications

English level I

4.5

English level II

4.5

Humanities/social sciences

ARTS 1000Introduction to the Visual ArtsHYBRID

4.5

Quantitative/numeracy skills

Select one course from the following:

MATH 1220Business MathematicsONLINE

4.5

MATH 1260Geometry

4.5

any higher level MATH course

4.5

Other

HMRL 1010Human Relations SkillsONLINEHYBRID

4.5

INFO 1001Information Systems and LiteracyONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Major requirements for Interior Design (73.0 credit hrs.)

Courses

INTD 1100Illustration Techniques for Interiors

3.0

INTD 1210Foundations for Interior Design

4.5

INTD 1220Residential Design

4.5

INTD 1230Kitchen and Bath Design

3.0

INTD 1260Color Theory

4.5

INTD 1310Fundamentals of Textiles

4.5

INTD 1320Interior Finishes and Materials

4.5

INTD 1410History of Architecture and Interiors

4.5

INTD 1420History of Furniture

4.5

INTD 2100Room Rendering

4.5

INTD 2250Commercial Design

4.0

INTD 2520Professional Practice

3.0

INTD 2940Interior Design Capstone

3.0

INTD 2981Internship

3.0

To register for INTD 2981 Internship, students must contact an interior design instructor and have completed a minimum of 30.0 hours in the Interior Design program.

Select 18.0 credit hours from the following:

ACCT 1050BookkeepingONLINE

3.0

OR

ACCT 1100Accounting IONLINEHYBRID

4.0

ARCH 1100Beginning AutoCAD

4.5

ARCH 1110Intermediate AutoCAD

4.5

ARTS Course of choice

4.5

BSAD 1000Introduction to BusinessONLINE

4.5

OR

ENTR 1050Introduction to EntrepreneurshipONLINEHYBRID

4.5

BSAD 1200Principles of Selling

4.5

ENTR 2050Marketing for the EntrepreneurONLINE

4.5

ENTR 2060Legal Issues for the EntrepreneurONLINE

4.5

ENTR 2070Financial Topics for the EntrepreneurONLINE

4.5

INTD 2900Special Topics in Interior Design

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To register for INTD 2900, students must contact an interior design instructor and have completed a minimum of 30.0 hours in the interior design program.

Curriculum Plan

Below is a suggested guide for students planning careers in interior design after two years of full-time study.

First Year

First Quarter

INTD 1100Illustration Techniques for Interiors

3.0

INTD 1210Foundations for Interior Design

4.5

INTD 1310Fundamentals of Textiles

4.5

MATH course

4.5

Total Credit Hours:16.5

Second Quarter

English level I

4.5

INFO 1001Information Systems and LiteracyONLINEHYBRID

4.5

INTD 1220Residential Design

4.5

INTD 1320Interior Finishes and Materials

4.5

Total Credit Hours:18.0

Third Quarter

English level II

4.5

INTD 1230Kitchen and Bath Design

3.0

INTD 1260Color Theory

4.5

Related discipline

4.5

Total Credit Hours:16.5

Second Year

Fifth Quarter

INTD 1410History of Architecture and Interiors

4.5

INTD 2100Room Rendering

4.5

Related discipline

9.0

Total Credit Hours:18.0

Sixth Quarter

HMRL 1010Human Relations SkillsONLINEHYBRID

4.5

INTD 1420History of Furniture

4.5

INTD 2250Commercial Design

4.0

Related discipline

4.5

Total Credit Hours:17.5

Seventh Quarter

Humanities/social sciences elective

4.5

INTD 2520Professional Practice

3.0

INTD 2940Interior Design Capstone

3.0

INTD 2981Internship

3.0

Total Credit Hours:13.5