Freshman and transfer students admitted to Auburn University, as well as internal transfer students from within Auburn University, who desire to major in Interior Design, College of Human Sciences, will be admitted to Pre-Interior Design (INDX). The Pre-Interior Design students must complete the first year of Pre-Interior Design course work; i.e., CADS 1000 and CADS 1100 with a grade of “C” or better in order to be evaluated for possible admission into the Interior Design curriculum. Admission into the Interior Design program (sophomore-senior levels) is limited with a maximum class size of 40 students per year. Admission will be based upon a portfolio review by the Interior Design faculty of the work completed in the Pre-Interior Design course work. Most course work in the major must be taken in sequence; transfer students should anticipate that additional semesters of study may be required to complete the program. Students in INDS must earn a grade of a C or higher in all prerequisite courses in the major before being allowed to proceed to the next course in the sequence. Major courses include the Human Sciences College core courses and all required Consumer and Design Sciences courses that are indicated in bold print in the model.
|CADS 2000 Global Consumer Culture||3||CADS 2300 History of Interior Design I||3|
|CADS 1100 Interior Design Studio: Design Principles||3||Core History 2||3|
|CADS 1000 Introduction to Interior Design||3||Core Fine Arts||3|
|ENGL 1100 English Composition I||3||ENGL 1120 English Composition II||3|
|Core History 1||3||MATH 1100 Finite Math and Applications, 1120 Pre-Calculus Algebra, or 1130 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry||3|
|CADS 2100 Interior Design Studio: Space Planning and Process||4||CADS 3200 Interior Design Studio: Residential||4|
|CADS 2200 Interior Design Studio: Computer-Aided Design||3||CADS 2550 Lighting, Mechanical, and Environmental Systems||3|
|CADS 2350 History of Interior Design II||3||CADS 2400 Interior Materials and Components||3|
|CADS 2150 Project Management for Interior Designers||1||HDFS 2000 Marriage and Family in a Global Context||3|
|COMM 1000 Public Speaking||3||Professional Elective1||3|
|CADS 5100 Interior Design Studio: Commercial||4||CADS 5400 Interior Design Studio: Design for Health and Wellness||4||CADS 4950 Interior Design Internship||9|
|CADS 5200 Interior Design Portfolio||3||CADS 5150 Global Issues in Interior Design||3|
|Core Literature||3||NTRI 2000 Nutrition And Health||3|
|Core Science Sequence (1 of 2)2||4||Core Science Sequence (2 of 2)2||4|
|CADS 5300 Interior Design Studio: Hospitality||4||CADS 5350 Interior Design Studio: Advanced Design Project||4|
|CADS 4200 Interior Design Senior Seminar||1||Core Social Sciences||3|
|Professional Elective1||5||Professional Elective1||3|
|Core Social Sciences||3||Core Humanities - PHIL||3|
|UNIV 4AA0 Creed to Succeed||0|
|Total Hours: 123|
Professional electives are selected from a list provided by program advisors/academic advisors.
Choose from: Series A: BIOL 1000/1001 & 1010/1011; Series C: CHEM 1010/1011 & 1020/1021; Series F: GEOL 1100 & GEOL 1110/1117; Series I: CSES 1010 & 1020.
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