Required Courses | Interior Architecture

Required Courses

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture is a 4-year, first professional degree, requiring 120 semester hours of credit for completion, effective Fall 2021. To earn a BFA in four years, you should plan to average 15 credit hours per semester.

 

REQUIRED CORE COURSES:

  • IARc Studio Courses (44 s.h.)
    • IAR 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302, 411, 412
  • IARc Graphic Support Courses (12 s.h.)
    • IAR 110, 112, 211, 212, 311
  • IARc History Courses
    • IAR 221: History and Theory of Design I (3)
    • IAR 222: History and Theory of Design II (3)
  • Other Core Courses
    • IAR 124: Introduction to Sustainable Design (3)
    • IAR 331: Social and Behavioral Aspects of Interior Architecture (3)
    • IAR 332: Interior Architecture Materials (3)
    • IAR 333: Interior Architecture Construction and Building Systems (3)
    • IAR 451: Professional Practice in Interior Architecture (3)
  • Internship Requirement (can be taken starting in Summer of 3rd year)
    • IAR 452: Internship in Interior Architecture (3)
  • IARc / Free Electives (6-7 s.h.)
  • Minerva Academic Curriculum (MAC) (33-34 s.h.)