Upon completion of the program the student will have skills in the following areas: cost estimating, purchase orders, display, drafting for interiors including floor plans, space planning, elevations, isometrics, one and two point perspectives sketching, historic periods of design, knowledge of fire, life safety and handicap codes, knowledge of lighting, textiles, computer aided design and sales presentations. These skills combined with field internships and market field trips prepare the student to enter the interior design field and combine their education with work experience.
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School of Visual and Performing Arts
Southeast Campus: (918) 595-7752
Semester plan available through faculty advisement.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Apply design fundamentals including design elements and principles to various projects.
- Analyze human behavior in the built environment.
- Identify historical, artistic and decorative design movements throughout history.
- Apply specific codes to various project types.
- Analyze various testing data as it relates to commercial materials and finishes.
- Create well planned and functional solutions to residential and commercial projects.
- Demonstrate professional values.
- Perform business procedures as they relate to interior design.
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View a semester-by-semester course plan of study on the Interior Design Degree Map.