Recommended Course Sequence
The mission of the School of Interior Design is to create an environment for aspiring designers to rigorously engage in student centered learning by providing a strong foundation in interior design within the context of a liberal arts education in a distinctly Christian community. Additionally, the curriculum seeks to foster the development of the technical processes, conceptual and perceptual skills, creative problem solving, project management skills, self-discipline, environmental responsibility and professional ethics essential for graduates to practice Interior Design with a global perspective in a world market.
All Interior Design students are admitted to the major as Pre-Interior Design students. Upon successful completion of five introductory Interior Design courses (ID 101 , ID 151 , ID 152 , ID 251 , ID 252 with a minimum 2.75 GPA, and ART 105 , ART 106 with a minimum of 2.5 GPA; and successful Sophomore Review process, the student may proceed with upper-level Interior Design courses.
Continuation of Enrollment: Due to the sequential curriculum outcomes, a student who withdraws from the Interior Design curriculum must reapply for readmission under the catalogue requirements at the date of being reinstated into the program. The student must schedule an interview with the Dean, School of Interior Design, be in good standing in Interior Design courses (minimum 2.75 GPA) provided he/she maintains satisfactory social, financial standing.
No grade below “C” in a course required for the major or minor (including cognates and specified electives) will count toward satisfying that course requirement. This policy does not refer to general education requirements or elective courses.