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2010-2011 General Catalog 
    
2010-2011 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Interior Design, BID


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Course Requirements


Minimum GPA for Admission: Any student admitted to USU may take lower-division Interior Design classes.

Additional Matriculation Requirements

Freshman/First-Year Review: During April of his or her freshman/first year, each student must submit an application packet, which will be used to determine which students may matriculate into the program. The final selection of students to matriculate into the program is a decision of the Interior Design faculty.

Sophomore/Second-Year Review: All students desiring to continue into the junior/third year classes in the Interior Design Program are required to submit a portfolio for review to determine placement into either the BID degree or the BS or BA in Interior Design, Sales and Marketing. The final selection of students to matriculate into upperdivision courses in the program is a decision of the Interior Design faculty.

Transfer Students: Transfer students who desire to enter the program are required to submit a portfolio of their work, including a brief description of any courses that the student would like to articulate. Transfer students are admitted into the program for the
following fall semester only, and only if space is available. After June 30, portfolios will not be reviewed for the following fall semester. The final selection of students to matriculate into the program is a decision of the Interior Design faculty.

Minimum GPA for Graduation: 2.5, major; 2.0, Career

Minimum Grade Accepted: C in major requirements: BID Degree—MGT 2050, 3510, OSS 1550, ID courses; BS or BA in Interior Design, Sales and Marketing—OSS 1550, MGT 2050, 3110, 3500, 3510, 3710, ID courses

These are sample plans. They outline University and major requirements in very general terms. While there are requirements that are sequential, many are flexible and do not need to be completed exactly in the order listed. Students should always check with their faculty and professional advisors to be sure they are meeting the requirements appropriately. To make an appointment with a professional advisor, call (435) 797-3883.

Bachelor of Interior Design Requirements


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