Interior Design Approved Electives
1. Select 6 hours from the following courses. Other electives may be approved on a case by case basis. Please provide the course description to your advisor for approval.
201 Principles of Accounting 1 (3)
221 Introduction to Metals (3)
231 Introduction to Glass (3)
101 Drawing 1 (3)
100 Introduction to Architecture (2)
329 History of Architecture 2 (3)
116 Survey of Economic Ideas (3)
220 Sustainable Interiors (3)
300 Principles of Marketing (3)
104 Introduction to Construction (3)
180 Construction Documents (3)
250 Construction Methods Matls 1 (3)
Experimental Development Topic (3 or 6) 6
Required FCS Courses:
FCS 103 (3 hours): INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY AND CONSUMER
Introduction for students interested in apparel design, dietetics, dietetic
technology, family and child, FCS education, fashion merchandising, hospitality
and food management, general FCS, interior design, residential property
management, and the interdisciplinary nature of FCS. Incorporates public
policy, critical thinking, global perspectives, technology, and ethics. Open
only to freshmen and sophomores or by permission of the department chairperson.
FCS 403 (3 hours): FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES IN
integration of all disciplines in family and consumer sciences to strengthen
individuals, families, and communities. Emphasis on public policy, research,
multicultural environments, ethics, and lifelong learning in a global society.
Prerequisite: junior or senior
standing in the department or by permission of the department chairperson.