Interior Design Minor

MID II Student Work
INTERIOR DESIGN MINOR

The Interior Design Minor is designed to provide a foundation in interior design and architecture concepts for students outside of the School of Architecture. Any undergraduate outside of the School of Architecture with a university grade point average of at least 2.50 may take any course listed below, whether pursuing the Interior Design Minor or not. Students may obtain only one minor from the School of Architecture.

To fulfill the Interior Design Minor students must complete 15 semester hours of coursework. At least half of the coursework must be completed in residence at The University of Texas at Austin. All coursework must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed in conjunction with the student's major requirements. Six hours must be upper-division.

COURSES

LOWER-DIVISON
ARI 318K Interiors and Society
ARI 318M Interior Design History
ARC 308 Architecture and Society
ARC 318K World Architecture: Origins to 1750
ARC 318L World Architecture: The Industrial Revolution to the Present

UPPER-DIVISION
ARI 338 Designing for Human Behavior
ARI 368R Interior Design History II
Architectural Interior Design 342C through 342U courses
Architecture 342C through 342U courses

OTHER MINORS

Historic blueprint of UT's Main Building

ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY

A female student presents her architecture project

ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES

Landscape Architecture students sit on the ground looking at a wall of trees, sketching what they see

LANDSCAPE STUDIES