Interior Architecture Minor
The Interior Architecture minor provides a means for students majoring in architecture or landscape architecture to broaden their expertise as designers while exposing students with other majors to courses that integrate design thinking and place making with human behavior and function.
Minor Requirements: 26 credits
|Subject Area (Nonstudio) Requirements|
|IARC 204||Understanding Contemporary Interiors||4|
|One intermediate studio is required for programs within the School of Architecture and Environment 1||6|
|Subject Area Electives 2||16-22|
|Human Context of Design|
|Furniture: Theory and Analysis|
|Color Theory and Application for the Built Environment|
|Interior Construction Elements 1|
|Interior Finishes and Design Application 1|
|Working Drawings in Interior Architecture 1|
|History of Interior Architecture I|
|History of Interior Architecture II|
|History of Interior Architecture III|
|Electric Lighting 1|
Course may not be taken by students outside of the Department of Architecture, with the exception of landscape architecture students.
For students majoring in the Department of Architecture, 16 elective credits are required; for all others, 22 are required.
Undergraduates who are enrolled in any major can apply to the minor. Completed applications including supporting academic records are submitted to the Department of Architecture office. Applicants are notified when their applications have been approved. Because the department’s first obligation is to its majors, it cannot guarantee availability of courses for minors. Minors may register if space is available after the needs of majors have been met. Enrollment in the minor program is limited. If the department is unable to accommodate additional minor students, it may suspend admittance to the minor program until space becomes available.