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INTE3100 - Commercial Studio
Emphasizing commercial interior design, the challenges that involve aesthetic, functional, physical, social, and psychological factors that affect the built environment will drive the project process. Identification and exploration of complex problems, and participation in consensus building, increase understanding of the program's collaboration and research skills. Ideation and concept development must be clearly expressed in oral and graphic project communication documents. Classwork includes project-based lectures from faculty and guests, site visits, reading, exercises, and examinations.

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Description Emphasizing commercial interior design, the challenges that involve aesthetic, functional, physical, social, and psychological factors that affect the built environment will drive the project process. Identification and exploration of complex problems, and participation in consensus building, increase understanding of the program's collaboration and research skills. Ideation and concept development must be clearly expressed in oral and graphic project communication documents. Classwork includes project-based lectures from faculty and guests, site visits, reading, exercises, and examinations.
Prerequisites INTE2200 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00>
Corequisites INTE3103 / Studio
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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