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1 School of Design and Community Development INTERIOR DESIGN Advising Booklet

2 This Advising Booklet belongs to If found, please return to 702 Allen Hall Booklet Revised 6/17

3 Welcome from the Interior Design Faculty... 3 Interior Design Faculty and Staff... 6 Interior Design Major... 7 Program Mission... 7 Program Learning Goals... 7 Description of the Program... 7 Scholarships... 8 Suggested Schedule of Courses for 1 st Year Students... 9 Suggested Four Year Schedule Notes Requirements for Graduation with Interior Design Major Interior Design Course Descriptions Minimum Program Requirements Description and Guide Computer Expectations Career Opportunities... 21

4 A MESSAGE FROM THE INTERIOR DESIGN FACULTY Thank you for your interest in our Interior Design program at West Virginia University. We are very proud of our program, and strive to maintain a high level of faculty and student commitment to the profession of interior design. Below is a summary of our program including eligibility for acceptance, program requirements, and employment options. PROGRAM OVERVIEW The WVU Interior Design Program prepares students for entry-level interior design practice and meets the education requirement, via Route 2, for National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) certification. NCIDQ certification is the basic credential required by most states that license interior design professionals. In addition to an educational requirement, NCIDQ certification requires the completion of two years in a professional internship as an interior designer and passing the NCIDQ examination. The interior design program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). ENTRANCE INTO THE PROGRAM A maximum of twenty spaces are available for Second Year students in the interior design studio cohort; thus, at the completion of first year - i.e. "competition year" courses, no more than twenty students are chosen to continue in the program. This choice is based upon performance in the required first year Interior Design courses as reflected in grades and in the faculty assessment of the quality of the required Gateway Project at the end of the first year. Each student's overall grade point average is also considered. The following interior design courses must be succesfully completed during the competition year: Fall: ID 100 Interior Design Peer Mentoring ID 110 Introduction to Interior Design ID 125 Interior Design Foundations Spring: DSGN 293 Design Representation Only students who earn a 2.67 average GPA in these four competition year courses will be considered for advancement into the second year. Additionally only students who earn a B- or higher in ID 125 and a C- or higher in in all other competition year ID courses will be considered for advancement to the second year of the major. Students must also complete the Gateway Project in order to be considered for advancement to the second year of the major. The Gateway Project is a common design challenge presented to all first year interior design students at the end of the second semester. Each student designs and submits a response within a defined timeframe and format. Additional information is provided prior to the project date, and the project requirements correspond to first year course work. However, the actual design problem is not made available until the project begins. With the acceptance of no more than 20 students each year, we work on a cohort model, encouraging the students accepted to become a cohesive unit and benefiting all students in the class.

5 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Coursework Our interior design program requires four years to complete (3 full years after the successful completion of the competition year), and students must successfully finish a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework. As noted on the Curriculum Requirements page in this booklet, students take 53 credit hours of required, on-campus interior design coursework (which does not include additional ID or DSGN coursework associated with GEC requirements, study abroad, and/or an elective internship). Interior design students are strongly advised to complete at least 60 credit hours total of ID and DSGN courses in order to ensure qualification for the NCIDQ examination following graduation. Interior Design studio courses are sequential, and cannot be taken out of succession; therefore the 4 years cannot be condensed into a shorter period of time. Taking summer classes may serve to reduce the course load during the semesters, but will not affect the overall time required to complete the program. Beginning with the academic catalog year, all WVU students must complete the university's General Education Foundations (GEF) program. The GEF Program requires each student to complete 31 to 37 credits, organized into eight foundation areas. Any major-required course also listed as a GEF course will satisfy both sets of requirements. See for detailed information about the GEF Program. Students are primarily advised by Joy Patterson. She may consult with the School Director on a variety of student issues. Together we assist students in the selection of proper coursework which will further their individualized career goals. Study Abroad Each student who is not studying at WVU under a student VISA is required to spend the first semester of their third year enrolled in an academic semester abroad program in order to broaden their design learning within an international setting. Students may choose from several pre-approved locations, and we work closely with the Office of International Programs to help students prepare for the international experience. No on-campus interior design courses are scheduled for Fall semester of the third year to accommodate the study abroad requirement. Florence, Italy Courses in the Interior Design major are both rigorous and relevant to current design issues. Consequently the quality of work typically produced by students is exceedingly high. The sequencing of the coursework throughout the 4 years is important and each class builds upon previous courses. Because of the intimate size of our program, only one section of each course is typically offered each year which may present unique challenges for transfer students, change-of-major students, and nontraditional students. We are excited about our program, and our faculty members continuously work to keep the program relevant and aligned with professional and post-graduate study expectations. 4

6 Extracurricular Activities The West Virginia University student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is organized for professional development and student interaction. Students are strongly encouraged to join its ranks. It is open to all Interior Design students at WVU and is an invaluable addition to one s educational experiences. Students may also become involved in other organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity, whose missions are complementary to the Interior Design profession. We encourage you to contact us for an appointment to discuss the program in more depth. To schedule an advising appointment, please call Ms. Joy Patterson, Academic Advisor, at (304) Our offices are located in 702 Allen Hall, P.O. Box 6124, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV Photo courtesy of Mon County Habitat for Humanity 5

7 Joy Patterson Faculty and Staff The faculty and staff associated with the interior design program are here to help you. Please note that many faculty members are on ninemonth appointments. From May 16-August 15, all calls should be directed to Ms. Joy Patterson at the Advising Center - Professor Judith Wasserman MLA/MRP serves as the Interior Design Program Coordinator. She may be reached via at 6

8 Program Mission As a part of the School of Design & Community Development, the WVU Interior Design program emphasizes the importance of improving the quality of life of individuals and groups within and beyond West Virginia. Interior design intersects the fine and applied arts, social sciences, humanities, and building sciences. To practice interior design is to craft, through design acts, architectural interiors that are sensible, thought-provoking, fitting, and safe for inhabitants. The interior design program is committed to the preparation of students for entry-level interior design practice and provides the opportunity for its graduates to meet the education requirement, via Route 2, for National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) certification meligibilityfinal.pdf NCIDQ certification is the basic credential to practice interior design and is required by most states that license interior design professionals. Program Learning Goals Communicating with, understanding, and appropriately responding to various project stakeholders is essential to achieving success in interior design practice. Description of the Program The Interior Design program at West Virginia University provides education that prepares the student to identify and address pressing situations social, cultural, and environmental - related to the design of architectural interiors, and to meet the specific functional and aesthetic needs and preferences of the client. Upon graduation program at WVU, students will be able to demonstrate entry-level professional competencies that include: applying the elements and principles of design to the analysis and development of architectural interiors; understanding relationships between architecture, architectural interiors, interior artifacts, and the human condition through historical, theoretical, social, and scientific lenses; utilizing hand and computer drawing, graphic, and modeling technologies, techniques and conventions in the study, visualization, and presentation of architectural interiors; selecting and integrating appropriate building materials and construction assemblies; building systems; finishes, furnishings & equipment (FFE); and codes during the design of architectural interiors; understanding professional and ethical responsibilities, opportunities, and constraints associated with interior design practices; 7

9 Scholarships Numerous scholarships are available through the university, college, and private concerns. While many of the scholarships are awarded in the Spring semester, it is always a good idea to periodically check the websites for new or revised scholarship information. Below are web addresses to guide your search for appropriate scholarships. Federal student aid: University scholarships: Davis College scholarships: The interior design program currently offers one scholarship, the Joan Oty Moran scholarship, to students in their third year. The purpose of this award is to provide supplemental support for their study abroad experience. The award is based on academic performance in interior design courses and on financial need, and several scholarships are typically awarded to qualified applicants. Applications for this scholarship must be submitted on line in February of the study abroad year. 8

10 SUGGESTED SCHEDULE OF COURSES FALL SEMESTER FIRST YEAR Required Courses Credits WVUE 101 : First Year Seminar 1 ID 293A/100 : Mentoring 1 ID 110 : Introduction to Design 3 ID 125 : Design Foundations 3 ARHS 120 : Survey of Art History 1 or ARHS GEF 2. Lecture OR Lecture & Co-req. Lab 3-4 Total Interior Design Studio 9

11 SUGGESTED FOUR YEAR SCHEDULE YEAR 1 FALL Hours YEAR 1 SPRING Hours WVUE ID 293: Design Representation 3 ID 293A/100: Interior Design Peer Mentoring 1 ENG 101: Composition and Rhetoric 3 ID 110: Introduction Interior Design 3 GEF / Program Requirements 9 ID 125: Design Foundations 3 ARHS 120 OR 160: Survey of Art History 1 OR 2 3 GEF 2. Lecture OR Lecture and Co-req Lab 3-4 Total Total 15 At the end of this semester, students will continue in the program based on GPA ranking in ID courses, Gateway Project, and then on overall GPA. YEAR 2 FALL Hours YEAR 2 SPRING Hours ID 155: Interior Design Graphics I 3 ID 225: Space Planning 3 ID 200: Interior Materials/Sources 3 ID 235: Interior Design Graphics II 3 ID 230: History Interiors/Furniture 1 3 ID 240: Codes/ Interior Construction 2 ID 325: Computer-Aided Drafting/Design 2 ID 260: History Interiors/Furniture 2 3 ENGL 102: Composition and Rhetoric 3 Foreign Language 3 Foreign Language 3 Total 17 Total 14 YEAR 3 FALL Hours YEAR 3 SPRING Hours Semester Study Abroad ID 270: Interior Lighting Design 3 ID 375: Residential Interior Design 3 ID 376: Interior Design Graphics 3 2 GEF / Program Requirements 9 Total Total 17 YEAR 4 FALL Hours YEAR 4 SPRING Hours ID 330: Design for Quality of Living 3 ID 450: Interior Design Seminar 1 ID 355: Contract Interior Design 1 3 ID 455: Contract Interior Design 2 3 ID 420: Interior Design Prof. Practice 3 GEF Requirements/Free Electives 12 GEF Requirements/Free Electives 6 Total 15 Total 16 NOTE : The minimum number of hours required for graduation is 120. A reduction of hours during these semesters may require the addition of summer classes in order to graduate on time. See the current WVU Undergraduate Catalog for complete course descriptions. 10

12 NOTES 11

13 REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION WITH INTERIOR DESIGN MAJOR UNIVERSITY GEF REQUIREMENTS [31-37 Hours] COURSE NAME HRS DATE GRADE F. 1 : COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC (3-6 HRS) ENGL 101: Comp. & Rhet. 3 ENGL 102: Comp. & Rhet. 3 ENGL 103: Accelerated Academic Writing (substitute for 101 & 102) 3 F. 2 A/B: SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY (6-7 HRS) A. Non-lab course 1 Lecture: DSGN AND A. Additional Non-lab course 1 lecture 3 OR B. Lab course 1 Lecture + Co-req. Lab 4 F. 3: MATH and QUANTITATIVE SKILLS (3 HRS) f. 4: SOCIETY and CONNECTIONS (3 HRS) CSAD 270 : Public Speaking 3 F. 5: HUMAN INQUIRY and the PAST (3 HRS) F. 6: THE ARTS and CREATIVITY (3 HRS) ARHS 120 Survey of Art History 1 3 OR ARHS 160 Survey of Art History 2 3 F. 7: GLOBAL STUDIES and DIVERSITY (3 HRS) Foreign Language choice F. 8: FOCUS COURSEWORK (9 HRS) Foreign Language sequential to F INTERIOR DESIGN REQUIREMENTS [53 Hours] COURSE NAME HRS DATE GRADE ID 293/100: Mentoring 1 ID 110 Intro. to Interior Design 3 ID 125: Design Foundations 3 ID 155: Interior Design Graphics 1 3 ID 200: Materials and Sources 3 ID 225: Space Planning 3 ID 230: History of Interiors/Furn 1 3 ID 235: Interior Design Graphics 2 3 ID 240: Codes/Interior Const. 2 ID 260: History Interiors/Furn 2 (satisfies Writing Requirement) ID 270: Interior Lighting Design 3 ID 293: Design Representation 3 ID 325: CADD 2 ID 493/330: Issues Contract Int Des 3 ID 355: Contract Interior Design 1 3 ID 375: Residential Interior Design 3 ID 376: Interior Design Graphics 3 2 ID 420: Professional Practices 3 ID 450: Senior Seminar 1 ID 455: Contract Interior Design 2 3 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Foreign Language: F 7. And F 8. Minimum of 2 sequential semesters required Study Abroad (6-15) Completing less than 12 cr hrs may result in more Cr hrs in other semesters and/or summer work. Location: ELECTIVES HRS) ID 400 : ID Internship Date: UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS First-Year Seminar (WVU 191) (1) Capstone Course (satisfied by ID 455) Minimum Credit Hours for Graduation = 120 It is the student s responsibility to see that all of the degree and University requirements are met. 12

14 INTERIOR DESIGN COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Course Name Course Description ID 293/100 : Interior Design Peer Mentoring Fall. 1 hr. PR: ID major. New students in interior design participate in a variety of activities designed to acquaint the students with the program. ID 110 : Introduction - Interior Design ID 125 : Design Foundations ID 155 : Interior Design Graphics 1 ID 200 : Interior Materials / Structures ID 225 : Space Planning ID 230 : History Interiors/Furniture 1 ID 235 : Interior Design Graphics 2 ID 240 : Codes/Interior Construction ID 260 : History Interiors/Furniture 2 ID 270: Interior Lighting Design Fall. 3 hrs. Introduction to design philosophy, elements and principles, universal and sustainable design, and aesthetic and functional evaluation in the context of interior environments using design a methodology and problem-solving process. Fall. 3 hrs. PR or Conc.: ID 110. Application of the theoretical elements and principles of design to two- and three-dimensional compositions. Fall. 3 hrs. Studio experience reading and drafting architectural plans, elevations, sections, details, and paralines. Fall. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: ID 110, ID major. Interior design materials including types, qualities and uses; calculations of quantities; basic architectural elements related to interior design. Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 110. Studio experience using two- and three-dimensional techniques to increase understanding of spatial relationships; emphasis on ergonomics, anthropometrics, and proxemics. Fall. 3 hrs. Examines the history of western European design from antiquity through neo-classical periods as situated within the larger content of the contemporary globe. Spring. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: ID 155. Studio course in spatial graphics; experience in constructing and using perspective grids; perspective sketching and basic color rendering. Spring. 2 hrs. Addresses construction issues, building codes, and life safety codes as they relate to both the commercial and residential built interior environment. Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 230. Interiors, furniture, and decorative arts of Europe and North America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 200. General concepts of light quality, quantity, distribution, and color rendering for residential and contract spaces; practical applications using lighting calculations and graphic illustrations for lighting design. 13

15 Course Name Course Description ID 293 : Design Representation ID 325 : Computer-Aided Drafting/Design ID 493/330 : Issues in Contract Interior Design ID 355 : Contract Interior Design I ID 375 : Residential Interior Design ID 376 : Interior Design Graphics 3 ID 400 : Interior Design Internship ID 420 : Interior Design Professional Practice ID 450 : Interior Design Seminar ID 455 : Contract Interior Design 2 Spring. 3 hrs. This course introduces students to drawing techniques necessary for exploring, representing and communicating design ideas appropriately. Fall. 2 hrs. PR: ID 376. Lecture/studio using computer-aided drafting and design for interior design; emphasis on CADD as a drafting tool. Fall. 3 hrs. Concept and methodology of design thinking and the theoretical base of quality of living through design programming to enhance quality of living. Fall. 3 hrs. PR: ID 375, ID 376. Studio experience in contract interior design; emphasis on design of offices as work experience. Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 260, ID 270. Studio experience in residential interior design problems; emphasis on design process, problem solving, functional and aesthetic considerations, critiquing, and graphic presentation. Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 155. Studio course to strengthen drafting, detailing, and presentation skills; production of typical design construction drawings. Spring or summer. 3-6 hrs. PR: ID 375 and written consent. Supervised, direct experience with a practicing designer or other closely allied professional in a career environment. Fall. 3 hrs. PR: ID 375. Relationships between marketing/ management functions and the design process; problem-solving approach to completion of a design installation. Spring. 1 hr. PR: ID 420. Professionals in interior design discuss professional organizations, ethics, entry-level positions, and business practices. (Capstone course) Spring. 3 hrs. PR: ID 355. Studio experience in solving design problems related to public spaces, hotels, restaurants, department stores, specialized retail outlets, or health care facilities. 14

16 MINUMUM PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION AND GUIDE The following minimum requirements are set to ensure that students who graduate from the program will have the appropriate skill level and knowledge to succeed in this competitive field. Admission Requirements The interior design program at WVU is a competitive access major with required sequential studio course offerings and elective courses in interior design. Four (4) qualifying courses are offered during the first year of study, These are: ID 293/100 Interior Design Peer Mentoring ID 110 Introduction to Interior Design ID 125 Interior Design Foundations DSGN 293 Design Representation To qualify for continuation in the major beyond the first year, students must successfully complete ID 125 with a grade of B- or better and each of the other three qualifying courses with a grade of C- or better. Additionally, a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.67 must be earned in the firstyear qualifying courses. If more than twenty qualified students apply to move forward into the second year, only the top twenty students will be allowed to continue in the major. The top twenty students will be determined based upon: Cumulative GPA ranking in the first year qualifying courses Performance in the Gateway Project conducted at the end of the first year Overall GPA A Faculty Interview, if requested by the faculty Maintaining Good Standing In order to remain in the program, interior design students are required to maintain at least a 2.67 GPA in ID prefix courses. Students' GPAs will be monitored each semester. Any student who has an ID GPA below 2.67 will be notified of the deficiency and will have one semester to raise their ID GPA to 2.67 or above. Students who do not raise their ID GPA to 2.67 or above after one semester may not be permitted to enroll again in ID prefix courses. All studio courses are to be taken sequentially. Any student who has earned a grade of D+ or lower in any of the interior design studio courses will be notified of the problem and will not be permitted to enroll in their next ID studio course until the course in which a D+ or lower was earned is repeated and completed with a grade of C- or higher. Interior design studio courses are: ID 125, ID 155, ID 225, ID 235, ID 355, ID 375, ID 376, and ID 455. Any student who earns a grade of D+ or lower in ID 455 must retake it and earn a C- or higher in order to graduate. Any required, non-studio interior design course for which a grade of D+ or lower has been earned must be retaken and completed with a grade of C- or higher in order to fulfill graduation requirements. Typically, only one section of each interior design course is offered annually. 15

17 Computer Expectation: Class of 2020 WVU Interior Design Majors (Issue date: ; Policy to be revised for Class of 2020 by ) Each student entering the second year of the interior design curriculum is expected to use a personal LAPTOP COMPUTER system to complete assignments in the studio classrooms during class meetings. Each student is expected to provide the computer hardware and software necessary to meet this expectation, and successful completion of required interior design studio courses is unlikely for students who do not meet this expectation. The interior design studio is the primary place for learning how to design interior boundaries and spaces and for the exchange of design ideas. The goal of the laptop computer expectation is to integrate digital media into the design studio experience. Such integration is required for success in the design professions and maximizes design learning in the educational setting. The mobility of the laptop allows the student to easily and quickly transform a relatively small desk space into a variety of configurations suitable for hand drawing, hand-drafting, design research, and design writing as well as digital drawing, modeling, and graphic design. The battery-powered laptop allows for maximum computer use within environments with limited electrical power outlets and allows the student to keep the computer on their person for security reasons. Input devices (such as scanners), output devices (such as printers and plotters), and desktop workstations continue to be available in campus computer laboratories. Students may meet the computer expectation by purchasing, leasing, or borrowing a laptop computer loaded with the specified software. If a student decides to purchase a computer, the cost of a new computer can be factored in determining a student s financial need. Please contact the WVU Financial Aid Office ( ) to request the form Request for Student Budget Review and confirm whether the purchase is subject to any additional qualifying guidelines prior to purchasing a computer. The completed Request for Student Budget Review form must be submitted directly to the WVU Financial Aid office. The decision regarding a student s eligibility for a budget adjustment may take some time, so students are strongly encouraged to plan ahead. Only one financial aid budget adjustment (typically up to $1,500 although a greater adjustment may be possible with justification) toward a new computer and associated software can be issued during a student s undergraduate education. Class of 2020 Computer Hardware Specification Note: As of the date of this document, computer hardware configurations that meet or exceed all minimum specifications listed below was available through the Dell for WVU Students discount site for $1,029 (Inspiron in-1 Order Code: dncwscb6113h). A minimum hardware specification has been developed to meet the system requirements of the graphics software specified below. Many computer manufacturers can meet the hardware specification. WVU students currently receive discounted pricing on Dell computers through links on the WVU Information Technology Services Computer Buying Guide web page ( PLEASE NOTE THAT THE UNIVERSITY- WIDE COMPUTER RECOMMENDATION IS INADEQUATE FOR INTERIOR DESIGN SOFTWARE. INSTEAD, USE THIS SPECIFICATION. If you are considering using a Mac, please note that Autodesk, the manufacturer of leading design and drawing software, currently does not offer all of its software, including the industry leading REVIT, in a Mac compatible version. Autodesk supports the use of these other programs on Mac via Parallels Desktop software which may be purchased at additional cost to the student who chooses a Mac. 16

18 Each student is responsible for the security and insurance of her or his design tools used in studio courses, including the personal laptop computer. Use of a computer cable lock is recommended. The interior design program cannot provide technical support, so an extended on-site warranty for hardware is also strongly recommended. Wireless networks with Internet access are available in the design studios. Students must adhere to College security and software policies. All computers used on the university networks must be configured by the college computer support staff including the installation of the most recent release of university issued antivirus software. Interior Design Computer Policy: Class of 2020 Minimum Hardware Expectation (The Class of 2021 specification will be updated and issued by April 30, 2018) Minimum Spec if NEW PURCHASE: (Meets system requirements for current versions of commonly used design software and most likely to meet system requirements for new releases of software issued during your education) Platform Windows Compatible NOTEBOOK/LAPTOP Operating System Processor Windows 10 HOME OR PRO (for compatibility with university-wide antivirus software) 7 th generation i-7 Processor e.g. i7-7x00u (or AMD equivalent) Minimum Spec - if PREVIOUS PURCHASE: (Meets system requirements for recent versions of commonly used design software) Windows NOTEBOOK/LAPTOP Compatible Windows 8 / 8.1 or 10 HOME (for compatibility with university-wide antivirus software) 6 th generation i-7 Processor e.g. i7-6x00u (or AMD equivalent) Processor Speed 2.7 GHz or higher 2.5 GHz or higher Memory (RAM) 16GB or higher 16GB or higher Display Hard Drive 17.3 FHD (1920x1080) minimum; Antiglare screen strongly recommended Disk 1 TB or higher 1 TB or higher Media Drive optional optional 17.3 FHD (1920x1080) minimum; Antiglare screen strongly recommended Video Card Discrete or Discrete/Switchable Graphics Card 2GB min. (e.g. NVIDIA GeoForce or AMD Radeon); Discrete or Discrete/Switchable Graphics Card 2GB min. (e.g. NVIDIA GeoForce or AMD Radeon); Extremely Important - AVOID Extremely Important - AVOID integrated video card e.g. Intel HD integrated video card e.g. Intel HD Graphics Graphics 17

19 Video Card Driver INTERIOR DESIGN OpenGL version 2.0 or higher required OpenGL version 2.0 or higher required NIC/Ethernet Card Wireless N or AC Wireless N or AC External Mouse 3 Button Scroll-Wheel 3 Button Scroll-Wheel Additional Recommendations: Carrying Case Yes Yes Warranty Data Back-Up Security Insurance 3 Year On-site / In-home Parts and Repairs Service Recommended External USB Hard Drive (NOT jump drive) and/or Cloud Storage Strongly Recommended Cable Lock Strongly recommended Strongly recommended e.g. add to Homeowners or Renters policy Class of 2020 Computer Software Specification (As of the date of this document, the cost of meeting the minimum software expectation totaled approximately $95 in one time license fees and $117 in annual license subscriptions through the vendors identified below.) All computers used on the university networks must be configured by the college computer support staff including the installation of the most recent release of university issued antivirus software. - All computers used on the university networks must be kept up to date on security patches and be running a current and up to date antivirus software. Before buying a hardware system with preloaded software, compare the hardware vendor s software prices with those of WVU s negotiated academic software prices available via the provided links. Be sure to seek out prices for student versions. The following software expectation comprises a basic software set-up for most design learning activities. Additional software may be expected for individual courses. 18

20 Anti-virus Software: Office Software: Graphics Software: 3D Modeling: Class of 2020 Minimum Software Expectation (The Class of 2021 expectations will be updated and issued by April 30, 2018) The following software shall be loaded on your computer prior to the beginning of the fall 2017 semester. Incomplete exercises and corresponding negative grades may result from failure to have these software products installed PRIOR to the start of classes: Kaspersky Endpoint Security (WVU offers antivirus software free to students on up to three devices. Make sure to use your WVU when you sign up. Microsoft Office ProPlus (must have Word, Excel, and Powerpoint). Available for FREE at Adobe Creative Cloud * (must have Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Pro components). Available for free or nearly free via WVU Office of Information Technology at (Approx. $68/year). Autodesk Revit 2016* Academic version. Downloadable via Autodesk Education Community at ; (Free 36 month license with EDU e- mail account; Trimble Sketch-up 2016 (or later)* Student License. Downloadable via (approx. $49/year). The following software should be loaded on your computer when required in a course: Rendering: SU Podium V2.5 Plus (or later) * Student/Teacher License. Downloadable via ($95). In addition to the required Podium V2.5 Plus, the Podium Browser Paid Content product is recommended to improve work efficiency ($59). Other - 3D Modeling, Autodesk AutoCAD *Academic version. Downloadable via Autodesk Education CADD, etc: Community at (free 36 month license with EDU CADD: account). *Denotes products that are updated frequently and/or are licensed to students for a fixed period of time (e.g. Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp Pro, and Podium have one year licenses that begin on the date of purchase). 19

21 Interior Design Class of 2007 Career Opportunities Many recent alumni of the program have gained employment within interior design and architecture firms, while others have pursued graduate degrees in fields including interior design, architecture, historic preservation and sustainability studies. Some have followed less traditional paths in design publishing, product sales, and entrepreneurship, to name a few. According to the United States Department of Labor (Occupational Outlook Handbook), the 2012 median pay for interior designers was approximately $48,000 per year, and approximately 25% of all interior designers were self-employed. Employment for interior designers is expected to rise 13% between 2012 and If you have questions about the program, please contact: Joy Patterson Academic Advisor Interior Design Program telephone: (304) Judith Wasserman MLA/MRP Professor and School Director serves as Program Coordinator 20

22 ADVISING in the Interior Design Major Academic advising is a collaboration between student and advisor. To better serve our student population, the Division of Design & Merchandising has established an onsite Advising Center in the 702 Administrative Bay, staffed by Ms. Joy Patterson. Ms. Patterson s primary responsibility is the academic success of our students and the integrity of their student records. Ms. Patterson attends all training sessions for Academic Advisors at WVU as well as the statewide annual conference. She maintains daily communications with the registrar s office, and is the best informed member of our team when it comes to the mechanics of completing the requirements of your major and accurately documenting your progress. Ms. Patterson is personally committed to your success at WVU and can be enormously helpful if you learn to work well with her. As your advisor she will: Be in touch with each student prior to the registration window each semester. Collaborate with students to develop academic goals. Assist students in making academic decisions consistent with interests, abilities, and goals. Provide a respectful and supportive atmosphere. Listen carefully and respect students questions, concerns, and problems. Provide referrals and resources when appropriate for students needs. Say no or present alternatives when appropriate. Maintain confidentiality according to established standards (FERPA). Strengthen advising skills through professional development opportunities, both on and off campus. EXPECTATION OF STUDENTS Students are responsible for knowing their chosen major degree requirements, relevant policies, deadlines, and for consulting with their advisor. Students are expected to: Refer to Advising Booklet for program requirements and policies. Keep a record in the Advising Booklet of academic progress. Consult with advisor when considering course schedule changes. Be on time for advising appointments. Come to appointments prepared with questions and/or topics to discuss. Accept responsibility for decisions and actions. Utilize campus resources to enhance academic experience and develop professional goals. Notify the advisor of any change in contact information such as address, cell phone number, and emergency contact person. I am available year round in my office at 702G Allen Hall. I can be reached by at and by phone at You may make an appointment or stop by with a quick question. Faculty remain readily available for more global life questions such as should I go to graduate school? or do you know of any good internships? 21

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