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ID 498 — Senior Thesis Design Project

4 credits; 8 lab hours

Based on, and in response to the design program researched and written in ID 496, students prepare a capstone project in interior design that synthesizes their knowledge of space planning, indoor environmental quality strategies, building regulations, accessibility, lighting, furniture layouts, color, finishes and materials, furniture and furnishings selections, and presentation and communication methods. They work in a classroom studio throughout the semester, which culminates with a presentation to faculty, mentors, and invited design professionals.
Prerequisite(s): ID 496, ID 316, and ID 413.