College Of Architecture,

Design and Construction

DENNIS K. RUTH, Interim Dean

BETTY J. FENDLEY, Associate Dean

THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION offers undergraduate programs in the academic areas of Architecture, Building Science, Industrial Design, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture. Graduate programs are offered in Building Science, Community Planning and Industrial Design.

Any student in the College, during the third year of study, may apply to be a degree candidate for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design. This four-year, non-accredited degree is available at the recommendation of the head of the student's academic unit, and with the approval of the dean. Each student will follow an approved plan of specialized study during the fourth year. If a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design degree is received, a graduate must apply for re-admission to be a candidate for any other degree offered by the College. Some candidates for Master's programs may complete the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design, as a second baccalaureate degree, at the completion of undergraduate studies as qualification requirements for entry to graduate studies.

The College of Architecture, Design and Construction maintains the right to limit enrollment in all programs and may retain student work for exhibition or for records and accreditation purposes.

School of Architecture

Entering Freshmen ­ Eligibility for acceptance to Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture is based on performance in courses in the first year of the model curriculum and the cumulative GPA on these courses which must be a minimum of 2.5.

Transfer Students from non-architectural programs are required to begin the design sequence with first year. Transfer students from accredited schools of Architecture will be required to present a portfolio of their work to the Design Review Committee for evaluation. Assuming acceptance, the Committee will determine the level of placement in the design sequence.

Summer Design Program ­ Summer Option, which consists of all first-year design courses, is offered for Auburn University students or transfer students who have completed one year of university work. All students must meet School entrance criteria and be within the enrollment limitations of the School.

Foreign Study Program ­ A one-quarter foreign study opportunity is offered to qualified students in all programs in the third- and fourth-year levels. Students follow an organized itinerary of travel and study during the Spring Quarter.

Rural Studies Program ­ The School maintains a remote rural studio. This program focuses on the issues and dilemmas in the rural South and offers qualified students the opportunity to work hands-on in helping communities and individuals meet their most immediate needs for shelter and an improved quality of life.

Urban Studies Program ­ The School maintains an urban studies center in downtown Birmingham. This location offers students in all programs a unique opportunity for the study of urban design issues in context with a vital regional center. Students live in Birmingham for the quarter and work closely with specialized faculty, professional practitioners, as well as community residents and leaders. All students in the architecture program are expected to spend one quarter in Birmingham during their fourth year.

Professional Experience Practicum ­ Professional experience in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, engineering, construction or related fields is recommended prior to entry into the fifth year of the architecture or landscape architecture curriculum, or the fourth year of the interior design curriculum. For students in five-year programs the equivalent of two summers is recommended. Participation in the Rural Studies Program satisfies one summer of this recommended experience.

Academic Standards and Policies - All design studio courses must be taken in sequence and in observance of the prerequisite courses as stated. Any student receiving a grade below C in ARCH 0101, 0102, 0103 or ARCH 0201, 0202, 0203, will be reviewed by the Design Review Committee at the end of the year for approval to continue in the design sequence. Similarly, a student with a majority of grades at the C level may be reviewed by the Committee. All students completing the second year design sequence will be reviewed for continuance into the third year design sequence.

In the event two grades of D are received in any of the upper level design sequences or in the event a grade of F is assigned (0300- 0400- or 0500-level design courses), a review is required for continuance in the program including the option of being required to repeat the entire design sequence for that year, or to withdraw from the program.

To proceed to the beginning sequence of a design studio at third-, fourth- or fifth-year levels, the student must have completed all required courses prior to that level or have the approval of the Design Review Committee. Enrollment in 0300- and 0400-level BLSC courses will be limited to those with an overall GPA of 2.3 or above and third-year standing in design. Each student will be assigned a faculty adviser who will assist in coordination of course requirements and registration.

Department of Building Science

Entering Freshmen who meet the general admission requirements of Auburn University will be admitted to the Pre-Building Science program.

Transfer Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.8 and will be accepted on a space available basis as determined by the department head.

Academic Standards and Policies - To be classified as 03 BLSC, the student must have completed all course work shown in the first two years of the model curriculum, have a 2.5 cumulative GPA on all courses attempted at Auburn University, and have a minimum of 96 quarter hours. Students in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction will be admitted in 0300- and 0400-level BLSC courses upon completion of second-year design. Students will be admitted on a space available basis.

Department of Industrial Design

Entering Freshmen who meet the general admission requirements of Auburn University will be admitted to the Pre-Industrial Design Program.

Transfer Students from other institutions must meet the university admission requirements. Students transferring from other design disciplines will be required to present examples of their work to determine studio placement. Internal transfer students should contact the department head to determine eligibility.

Summer Design Program - Transfer students who have completed courses in the model curriculum for the freshman year may qualify for the Summer Design Program. This program allows students to complete the first year Industrial Design Studio requirements. After completion, students may enter the sophomore design studio sequence in the fall quarter. Contact the department head for more information.

Academic Standards and Policies - Design courses must be taken in sequence and may not be taken simultaneously with prerequisites. All courses in the freshman year must be completed before entering the sophomore year of study. A grade of C or higher must be made in studio courses. Grades below C in studio courses 0110 through 0412 must be repeated. Any student with two grades at the C level or below in INDD 0110, 0111, 0112 or 0210, 0211, 0212 may be reviewed by the Design Review Committee for approval to continue in the design sequence. Admission to the Industrial Design curriculum in the second and third years requires a 2.5 cumulative GPA. The department maintains the right to select the most highly qualified students for admission to and continuation in the program and to retain original work accomplished as part of course instruction. A portfolio and presentation are required for graduation.

Architecture

The Bachelor of Architecture degree is awarded upon the completion of the five-year curriculum. Qualified students may elect to pursue a concurrent Master of Community Planning degree, Bachelor of Interior Design or a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction degree under a special dual degree program. The Cooperative Education program is available to students after the second year of studio. Active participation in the Intern Development Program (IDP) is encouraged after completion of the third year in the curriculum. IDP is a prerequisite to licensing in the State of Alabama.

In the United States, most state registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a prerequisite for licensure. The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), which is the sole agency authorized to accredit U.S. professional degree programs in architecture, recognizes two types of degrees: the Bachelor of Architecture and the Master of Architecture. A program may be granted a five-, three- or two-year term of accreditation, depending on its degree of conformance with established educational standards.

Masters degree programs may consist of a pre-professional undergraduate degree and a professional graduate degree, which, when earned sequentially, comprise an accredited professional education. However, the pre- professional degree is not, by itself, recognized as an accredited degree.

The five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board. The four-year preprofessional Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design is not an accredited degree.

Auburn is a member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.

Students are encouraged to work at an architect's office, a construction site or other approved professional endeavor prior to their fourth year.

Curriculum in Architecture (ARCH)

FIRST YEAR

 First Quarter

 Second Quarter

 Third Quarter
 ARCH 0101 Basic Design (5)  ARCH 0102 Basic Design (5)  ARCH 0103 Basic Design (5)
 ARCH 0105 Freehand Drawing (1)  ARCH 0106 Proj. Geo. & Orth. (1)  ARCH 0107 Axo./Obl.Proj. (1)
 MATH 0161 An. Geom. & Cal. (5)  ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. (5)  HIST 0103 World Hist. (3)
 HIST 0101 World Hist. (3)  HIST 0102 World Hist. (3)  UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Soc. (3)
 UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  ENGL 0112 Eng. Comp. (5)

SECOND YEAR
 ARCH 0201 Arch. Des. (5)  ARCH 0202 Arch. Des. (5)  ARCH 0203 Arch. Des. (5)
 ARCH 0205 Perspective (1)  ARCH 0206 Color Media & Theory (1)  ARCH 0207 Analytique (1)
 PHYS 0205 Physics (4)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II  ARCH 0230 Mtl. & Mth. of Cons. (3)
 PHYS 0205L Physics Lab (1)  PHYS 0206 Physics (4)  ARCH 0270 Hist. & Theory Arch. (5)
 ENGL 0220 Great Books I  PHYS 0206L Physics Lab (1)  Core Fine Arts (3)

THIRD YEAR
 ARCH 0301 Arch. Des. (6)  ARCH 0302 Arch. Des. (6)  ARCH 0303 Arch. Des. (6)
 ARCH 0371 Hist. & Theory Arch. (3)  ARCH 0372 Hist. & Theory Arch. (5)  BLSC 0314 Reinf. Concrete (5)
 ARCH 0231 Syst. & Const. Tech. (3)  BLSC 0311 Str. of Mtls. (5)  BLSC 0330 Env. Control I (3)
 BLSC 0211 Mech. of Struct. (5)    CPLN 0576 His. & Theo. Urb. Fm. (3)

FOURTH YEAR
 ARCH 0401 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0402 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0403 Arch. Design (6)
 BLSC 0331 Env. Control II (5)  PHIL 0101 Philosophy (5)  ARCH 0571 Prof. Pract. ** (3)
 BLSC 0315 Appl. Struct. (5)  ARCH WR Seminar (3)  CPLN 0575 Urb. Pln. & Design (3)
   Elective (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)

FIFTH YEAR
 ARCH 0501 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0502 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0503 Arch. Design (8)
 ARCH 0597 WR Intro. Research (3)  ARCH 0598 Thes. Res. (2)  ARCH 0599 Thesis Res. (1)
 ARCH Seminar (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)
 Prof. Grp. Elect. * (3)  Prof. Grp. Elect. * (3)  Elective (3)
 ARCH 0430 Fld. Proj. Elec. (3)  ARCH 0435 Dessein (3)  Elective (3)

 Summer Design Program*

 Birmingham Program

 European Studies ProgramRural Studio
 ARCH 0101-0102-0103 (5-5-5)  ARCH 0400 Arch. Des. (6)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Arch. Des. (6)
 ARCH 0105 Freehand Drawing (1)  CPLN 0575 UD Mth. & Prc. (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Dessein (3)
 ARCH 0106 Proj. Geo. & Orth. (1)  ARCH 0571 Prof. Pract. (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Seminar (3)
 ARCH 0107 Axo./Obl.Proj. (1)  ARCH Seminar (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Elective (3)

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE
TOTAL - 251 QUARTER HOURS

* Professional Group Elective, such as Bus. Law, CAD, Programming, Lighting, Management, Estimating, Economics, Community Planning, etc.

** To be taken in Birmingham.

Electives can be used for ROTC or combined into one 3-hour seminar and one 3-hour elective.

One seminar will be chosen from four of the following: ARCH 0551, 0552, 0553, 0556, 0557 and 0558.

 

Interior Design

Curriculum in Interior Design/Architecture

Dual Degree - Summer Option (INTD/ARCH)

FIRST YEAR

 First Quarter

 Second Quarter

 Third Quarter
 MATH 0161 An. Geom. & Cal. (5)  ARCH 0100 Car. in Des. & Const. (3)  ARCH 0105/0106/0107 Drawing (3)
 HIST 0101 World Hist. (3)  ENGL 0112 Eng. Comp. (5)  HIST 0103 World Hist. (3)
 UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  HIST 0102 World Hist. (3)  UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Soc. (3)
 ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. (5)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  PHYS 0205 Physics (4)
   PHYS 0205L Physics Lab (1)

SECOND YEAR
 ARCH 0201 Arch. Des. (5)  ARCH 0202 Arch. Des. (5)  ARCH 0203 Arch. Des. (5)
 PHYS 0206 Physics (4)  PHIL 0101 Philosophy (5)  ARCH 0230 Mtl. & Mth. of Cons. (3)
 PHYS 0206L Physics Lab (1)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)  ARCH 0270 Hist. & Theory Arch. (5)
 ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)    Core Fine Arts (3)

THIRD YEAR
 ARCH 0301 Arch. Des. (6)  ARCH 0300 Arch/INTD Des. (6)  ARCH 0303 Arch. Des. (6)
 ARCH 0371 Hist. & Theory Arch. (3)  ARCH 0372 Hist. & Theory Arch. (5)  BLSC 0314 Reinf. Concrete (5)
 ARCH 0231 Syst. & Const. Tech. (3)  BLSC 0311 Str. of Mtls. (5)  BLSC 0330 Env. Control I (3)
 BLSC 0211 Mech. of Struct. (5)    CPLN 0576 His. & Th. Urb. Form (3)

FOURTH YEAR
 ARCH 0401 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0400 Arch/INTD Des. (6)  ARCH 0403 Arch. Design (6)
 BLSC 0331 Env. Control II (5)  ARCH Seminar (3)  ARCH 0571 Prof. Practice (3)
 BLSC 0315 Appl. Struct. (5)  ARCH WR Seminar (3)  CPLN 0575 Urb. Pln. & Design (3)
 INTD 0215 Elements of INTD (3)  INTD 0216 Elements of INTD (3)  INTD 0217 Elements of INTD (3)
   ARCH Seminar (3)

FIFTH YEAR
 ARCH 0501 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0502 Arch. Design (6)  ARCH 0503 Arch. Design (8)
 ARCH 0597 WR Intro. Research (3)  ARCH 0598 Thes. Res. (2)  ARCH 0599 Thesis Res. (1)
 Prof. Grp. Elect. * (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)
 ARCH 0430 Fld. Proj. Elec.** (3)  ARCH 0435 Dessein (3)  Prof. Grp. Elect. * (3)

 Spring/Summer optionfirst year design

 Birmingham Program required during fourth year

European Studies Program Rural Studio
 ARCH 0101 Basic Design (5)  ARCH Arch. Des. (6)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Arch. Des. (6)
 ARCH 0102 Basic Design (5)  CPLN 0575 UD Mth. & Prc. (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Dessein (3)
 ARCH 0103 Basic Design (5)  ARCH 0571 Prof. Pract. (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Seminar (3)
    ARCH Seminar (3)  LAND/INTD/ARCH Elective (3)

  Additional Quarter "Dual Degree executed prior to fifth year ARCH 0502/0503
  INTD 0403 Interior Design Thesis (7)
  INTD 0408 WR Int. Des. Res. (2)
 INTD 0368 Hist. & Theory of INTD (5)
  INTD 0445 Prof. Practice INTD (5)

BACHELOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN/ARCHITECTURE
TOTAL - 0270 QUARTER HOURS

* Professional Group Elective, such as Bus. Law, CAD, Programming, Lighting, Management, Estimating, Economics, Community Planning, etc.

** Students are encouraged to work in an architecture or interior design office in a professional endeavor prior to fourth year.

 

Landscape Architecture

The course of study in landscape architecture acknowledges the regional culture of its locale and student body while seeking to present an attitude toward design which is informed and world-based. The primary mission of the program is: to build upon the cultural value base of the region; expand the student's scope of perception, experience and technique; and develop an intellectual attitude of inquiry, tolerance and professionalism. Students are encouraged to develop the capability to bring order and balance to the environment in a way that reflects the highest values and aspirations of the human condition, unrestrained by popular convention.

The Landscape Architecture Program is accredited by the Landscape Architecture Accrediting Board, and the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree is awarded upon the successful completion of the five year curriculum. Qualified students may also elect to pursue concurrently the Master of Community Planning degree under a special dual degree program. The total curriculum prepares the student for professional practice.

Curriculum in Landscape Architecture (LAND)

FIRST YEAR

 First Quarter

 Second Quarter

 Third Quarter
 ARCH 0101 Basic Design (5)  ARCH 0102 Basic Design (5)  ARCH 0103 Basic Design (5)
 ARCH 0105 Freehand Drawing (1)  ARCH 0106 Proj. Geo. & Orth. (1)  ARCH 0107 Axo./Obl.Proj. (1)
 ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. (5)  BIOL 0105 Pers. in Biology (5)  BIOL 0107 Env. Biology (5)
 MATH 0160 Pre Cal. w/Trig. (5)  UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. (5)
   Core Fine Arts (3)  

SECOND YEAR
 ARCH 0201 Arch. Design (5)  ARCH 0202 Arch. Design (5)  LAND 0203 LAND Design (5)
 ARCH 0205 Perspective (1)  ARCH 0206 Color Media & Theory (1)  ARCH 0207 Analytique (1)
 UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. ** (3)  UNIV 0103 Ind. & Soc. (3)  ARCH 0270 Hist. & Th. of ARCH (5)
 ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)  ARCH 0230 Matl. & Meth. (3)
 HIST 0101 World Hist. (3)  HIST 0102 World Hist. (3)  HIST 0103 World Hist. (3)

THIRD YEAR
 LAND 0301 Basic L.A. Design (6)  LAND 0302 Basic L.A. Design (6)  LAND 0303 Basic L.A. Design (6)
 LAND 0322 Euro. LAND History (3)  LAND 0323 Amer. LAND History (3)  LAND 0363 Comp. in LAND (3)
 LAND 0341 LAND Const. I (3)  LAND 0342 LAND Construction (3)  CPLN 0576 Urban Design (3)
 HORT 0222 Arboriculture (5)  GEOL 0110 Physical Geology (5)  HORT 0321 Decid. Sh. & Vines (5)

FOURTH YEAR

 

  Birmingham Program
 LAND 0401 Natural Sci. Studio (6)  LAND 0402 Int. LAND Design (6)  LAND 0403 Urban Studio (6)
 LAND 0435 Dessein (3)  LAND 0343 LAND Const. (3)  ARCH Seminar (3)
 Coor. Nat. Sci. Elective ** (3)  LAND 0455 Seminar (3)  LAND 0571 Pro. Pract. (3)
 ZYWL 0306 Ecology (5)  PHIL 0102 Ethics (5)  CPLN 0575 Urb. Design (5)

FIFTH YEAR
 LAND 0501 Adv. LAND Des. (6)  LAND 0502 Thesis/Term. Proj. (6)  LAND 0503 Thesis/Term. Proj. (8)
 LAND 0597 WR Intro. to Res. (3)  LAND 0598 Thesis Res. (2)  LAND 0599 Thesis Res. (1)
 LAND 0553 Seminar (3)  Elective * (3)  Elective (3)
 Coord. Elec. *** (3)  Coord. Elec. *** (3)  Elective * (3)
 BLSC 0324 Surveying (3)    

 Summer Design Program *

 European Studies Program Rural Studio
 ARCH 0101-0102-0103 (5-5-5)  LAND Design (6)
 ARCH 0105 Freehand Drawing (1)  ARCH Dessein (3)
 ARCH 0106 Proj. Geo. & Orth. (1)  LAND Seminar (3)
 ARCH 0107 Axo./Obl.Proj. (1)  Elective (3)

BACHELOR OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
TOTAL - 251 QUARTER HOURS

Pr. ARCH 0100 For Summer Design Program.

* Electives can be used for ROTC or combined into one 3-hour seminar and one 3-hour elective.

** Coordinated Natural Science Electives include, but are not limited to: AGRN 0310, CPLN 0524, GEOG 0315, GEOL 0105, ZYWL 0205, 0527.

*** Selection of 6 credit hours of coordinated electives will be developed with the Program Chair upon admission into the Landscape Architecture Program in the third year.

 

Building Science

Students in the Building Science program learn the basic principles of science, architecture, engineering, business and construction. The four-year curriculum leads to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Building Construction, accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. Graduates qualify for positions in all areas of the construction industry.

The Cooperative Education Program is offered after completion of two quarters of study at Auburn.

Non-majors will be accepted in BLSC classes on a space-available basis.

Curriculum in Building Science (BLSC)

FIRST YEAR

 First Quarter

 Second Quarter

 Third Quarter
 MATH 0161 An. Geom. & Cal. (5)  MATH 0162 An. Geom. & Cal. * (5)  PHYS 0205 Physics (4)
 ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. I (5)  BLSC 0160 Hist. of Bldg. (3)  PHYS 0205L Physics Lab (1)
 UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  ENGL 0112 Eng. Comp. II (5)
 HIST 0121 or 0101 (3)  HIST 0122 or 0102 (3)  UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Soc. (3)
 Elective (1)  Elective (1)  HIST 0123 or 0103 (3)
     Elective (1)

SECOND YEAR
 BLSC 0202 Matls. of Constr. (5)  BLSC 0203 Wkg. Drwg. & Spec. (4)  BLSC 0211 Mech. of Struct. (5)
 ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)  ACCT 0211 Intr. Acct. I (4)  ACCT 0212 Intr. Acct. II (4)
 PHYS 0206 Physics (4)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)  BLSC 0204 Const. Systs. (3)
 PHYS 0206LPhysics Lab (1)  PHYS 0207 Physics (3)  COMM 0100 or Adv. ROTC (3)
 BLSC 0200 Draw. & Proj. (3)  PHYS 0207L Physics Lab (1)  Core Fine Arts (3)

THIRD YEAR
 BLSC 0311 Str. of Matls. (5)  BLSC 0314 Reinf. Concrete (5)  BLSC 0315 App. Struct. (5)
 ECON 0301 or 0200 (5)  MNGT 0310 or 0443 (5)  ENGL 0408 Bus. & Prof. Writ. (5)
 BLSC 0324 Constr. Surveying (3)  BLSC 0352 HVAC Syst. (3)  BLSC 0354 Plbg. & Elec. Syst. (3)
 BLSC 0370 Computers-Lab/Lec. (5)  BLSC 0381 Estimating I  BLSC 0382 Estimating II (5)

FOURTH YEAR
 BLSC 0534 Constr. Scheduling (5)  BLSC 0404 Contracting Bus. (5)  BLSC 0490 Thesis (8)
 BLSC 0423 Soils & Found. (3)  BLSC 0581 Project Management (4)  PHIL 0101 Intro. to Logic (5)
 BLSC 0440 Construction Safety (3)  BLSC 0425 Temporary Structures (3)  
 BLSC 0580 Construction Law (4)  MATH/Science Elective (5)
 Elective (4)  

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
TOTAL - 0205 QUARTER HOURS

* Five hours chemistry or MATH 0169 may be substituted for MATH 0162.

Six hours of BLSC 0399 may be used as free electives for co-op students; three hours for all others.

To be classified as 03 BLSC and be able to take 0300, 0400 and 0500 BLSC courses, the student must have completed all course work shown in the first two years of the model curriculum, have a 2.5 GPA on all courses attempted at Auburn University, and have completed a minimum of 96 quarter hours.

Industrial Design

Students of Industrial Design learn the basic principles of design, engineering, human factors, marketing and sociology. They acquire such technical skills as computer-aided design and drafting, prototype fabrication, photography, sketching and graphics techniques. Students are introduced to design methods, color theory, product planning, visual statistics, materials, manufacturing methods, consumer psychology and environmental studies.

The four-year curriculum, which is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, leads to the professional degree of Bachelor of Industrial Design. Graduates will qualify for positions in industrial design consultant offices and in various industries. Motivated students will be considered for admission to the Graduate Program in Industrial Design. The Cooperative Education Program is offered at the completion of the second year of studio. Transfer students may qualify for Summer Design Program after completing INDD 0111 and 0112.

Curriculum in Industrial Design (INDD)

FIRST YEAR

 First Quarter

 Second Quarter

 Third Quarter
 INDD 0110 Drw. Syst. (5)  INDD 0111 Persp. Drw. (5)  INDD 0112 Drw. Des. Prod. (5)
 MATH 0160 Pre. Cal. w/Trig. (5)  ENGL 0110 Eng. Comp. (5)  SCMH 0101 Con. of Sci. (5)
 HIST 0121 Tech. & Civil. (3)  HIST 0122 Tech. & Civil. (3)  HIST 0123 Tech. & Civil. (3)
 UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  INDD 0200 Res. Protofab. (1)
 Elective or ROTC (1)  Elective or ROTC (1)  UNIV 0103 Ind. & Soc. (3)
     Elective or ROTC (1)

SECOND YEAR
 INDD 0210 Prin. INDD I (5)  INDD 0211 Prin. INDD II (5)  INDD 0212 Prin. INDD III (5)
 ENGL 0112 Eng. Comp. (5)  INDD 0221 Mtls. & Tech. (5)  INDD 0222 Ind. Des. Mths. (5)
 COMP 0100 Intro. to PC (3)  ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)
 Elective or ROTC (3)  

THIRD YEAR
 INDD 0310 INDD/Con. Dev. (6)  INDD 0311 INDD/Pack. (6)  INDD 0312 INDD/Prod. Des. (6)
 INDD 0307 Anthropometry (5)  INDD 0308 Design Wkshop. (5)  INDD 0385 Sem. in INDD (5)
 PHYS 0200 Fnd. Physics (5)  PHIL 0102 Ethics (5)  Core Fine Arts (3)
     COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

FOURTH YEAR
 INDD 0410 INDD/Systems (6)  INDD 0411 INDD/Adv. Prod. (6)  INDD 0412 INDD/Thesis (6)
 INDD 0415 Hist. of INDD (5)  INDD 0420 WR Pro. Prac. (5)  MKTG 0331 Prin. of Mkt. (5)
 ECON 0202 Economics (5)  INDD 0485 Sem. in INDD (5)  PSYC 0300- or 0400-level course (5)

SUMMER DESIGN PROGRAM *
  INDD 0110 Drw. Syst. (5)
 INDD 0111 Persp. Drw.. (5)
 INDD 0112 Drw.. Des. Prod. (5)

BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
TOTAL - 195 QUARTER HOURS

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