Interior Design (7300)
7300:518. History of Interior Design I. (4 Credits)
The study of furnishings, interiors, and architecture from antiquity through the eighteenth century, with emphasis on the socio-cultural influences shaping their development.
7300:519. History of Interior Design II. (4 Credits)
The study of nineteenth and twentieth-century furnishings and interiors, with emphasis on the social-cultural influences shaping their development.
7300:522. Textiles for Interiors. (3 Credits)
Prerequisite: Permission from instructor. Evaluation of physical, aesthetic, comfort, care and durability properties of textile products and testing procedures to determine suitability for desired end uses and as it relates to interior fabrics.
7300:585. Seminar in Family & Consumer Sciences. (1-3 Credits)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Exploration and evaluation of current developments in selected areas.