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Drafting Technologies for Interior Design (Minor)

About the Program

It is often desirable for students of technology, fashion, urban planning, mechanical engineering, business, and so on to pursue a concentrated, but not all-encompassing, study of drafting techniques outside of their major field. With knowledge of manual and computer-aided drafting, along with model making and color rendering, students will have wider professional and academic opportunities available upon graduation. While students may learn computer-aided drafting through online tutorials informally, the formal recognition of a minor program increases job prospects for the students beyond their major area of study.

Program Requirements

Required Courses (21 credit hours)
IDE 103 DIGITAL PRESENTATION METHODS 3
IDE 151 MECHANICAL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING 3
IDE 204 BUILDING MATERIALS - SELECTION, SPECIFICATIONS, AND ESTIMATING 3
IDE 302 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN I 3
IDE 352 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN II 3
IDE 403 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 3
IDE 488 INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP 3

Total Credit Hours 21

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Art & Design Department

1300 Elmwood Ave  •  Upton Hall 402 •  Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-6032 •  Fax: (716) 878-4231   artdesign@buffalostate.edu