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2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
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ID 4612 - Interior Design Internship Program Part II


Credits: 1.5

Students will enroll in this part II version of the course to meet the requirements of the internship. This senior-level course enables students to work with established design professionals specifically related to their career interests. Under the direction of the Department Chair and the Director of Career + Alumni Services, students are carefully evaluated to facilitate the best possible student/sponsor connection. A planned program of activities is then coordinated with the professional internship sponsor. Students are exposed to a variety of on-the-job experiences such as space planning, drafting, showroom use, presentation boards, installation supervision, and client and manufacturer interaction. Students must participate in a scheduled pre-internship seminar prior to enrolling in the internship program. Upon successful completion of the internship program, students will have real-world experience working with a design, architectural, or related firm that prepares them to successfully enter the design profession.

Prerequisites: ID 4611 - Interior Design Internship Program Part I  

Notes: This course is Pass/Fail.

Required textbooks from this course are also used in ID4611.




Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognize the role and value of legal recognition for the profession.
  • Define the contexts for interior design practice.
  • Define the impact of a global market on design practices.
  • Define the breadth and depth of interior design’s impact and value.
  • Define the components of business practice.
  • Understand types of professional business formations.
  • Engage with role models who are qualified by education and experience in interior design.
  • Recognize the role and value of life-long learning.
  • Recognize the role and value of public service.

ID 4612 Course Learning Outcome Rubric  

Required Textbooks:
Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal With Change in Your Work and in Your Life - ISBN: 9780399144462

The Interior Design Intern - ISBN: 9781563679070



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