Interior Design

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Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Published January 1, 0001

Student Learning Outcomes

Program Courses

FNDA110 Observational Drawing
FNDA105 Design Fundamentals
INTA101 Architectural Drafting
INTA102 Introduction to Interior Design
INTA111 Space Planning
FNDA150 Digital Color Theory
FNDA120 Perspective Drawing
INTA112 Design Basics 3D
INTA105 Sketching and Ideation
INTA107 History of Architecture, Interiors and Furniture I
INTA122 Textiles
INTA202 Presentation Techniques
INTA207 History of Architecture, Interiors and Furniture II
INTA201 Materials and Specifications
INTA212 Residential Design I
INTA222 Human Factors
INTA211 Codes and Regulations
INTA232 Lighting Design
INTA242 Commercial Design I
INTA252 Interior Detailing
INTA262 Construction Documents I
INTA302 Residential Design II
INTA303 Digital Modeling I
INTA312 Global Design
INTA322 Building and Mechanical Systems
INTA313 Digital Modeling II
INTA332 Environmental and Sustainable Design
INTA342 Commercial Design II
INTA352 Hospitality Design
INTA306 Professional Practice
INTA402 Senior Studio I
INTA412 Institutional Design
INTA406 Internship
INTA422 Senior Studio II
INTA432 Construction Documents II
INTA409 Portfolio I

General Education Courses

ARHA125 History of Western Art I
ARHA126 History of Western Art II
COMA112 Principles of Communication
CGSA202 Computer Concepts and 2-D Applications
ENCA101 English Composition I
ENCA102 English Composition II
ENCA204 Business and Technical Writing OR ENCA206 Elements of Copywriting
GE Psychology Elective
GE Science Elective
GE Humanities Elective
Other GE Electives (3)
HUMA202 Contemporary World
MATA101 College Algebra OR MATA115 Applied Mathematics
MATA201 College Geometry
SCIA125 Environmental Science

Total Credits for Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree 180

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Note: Miami International University of Art & Design reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.