IDES 1020 This course will introduce the beginning architectural technology or interior design student to the properties and applications of common, as well as new and sustainable residential building materials. This class will cover materials and methods such as: current sustainable practices in home building, wood stud construction, window installation, roofing, foundations, flashing, etc. These materials and construction methods will then be applied in the Studio I projects. *this course is cross listed with ARCT1020.
IDES 1520 The goal of this class is to provide you with a fundamental understanding of the International Building Code (IBC), the Americans with Disabilities Act and Energy Codes. The class emphasizes Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) topics such as: building codes, fire codes, accessibility issues, and environmental issues. Prerequisites: Accepted into NCIDQ Certificate.
**This course is crosslisted with ARCT1520.
IDES 2138 This course covers the interior design of public spaces. The design process will be applied, with emphasis on the design development phase (refining the design concept and focusing on design details) and the contract documentation phase (construction drawings and specifications). Students will continue to address commercial furnishings, lighting and finish materials. Synthesis of design elements and principles, building systems and regulations, sustainable design principles and product application will be used in progressively complex commercial interior design projects.
IDES 2188 This course provides students with fundamental knowledge of industry-standard software programs beyond drafting and modeling representation. Bluebeam will be a focus as well as Sketch Up and Adobe Photoshop and inDesign as used in a typical Architecture practice. Prerequisite: IDES 1211
**This course is cross listed with ARCT2108
IDES 2973 Upon the satisfactory completion of IDES AAS and Current enrollment in IDES certificate, this on-the-job training will provide the interior design student with the opportunity to participate in an internship position within his/her determined area of interiors to strengthen skills in a real design environment on a NCIDQ pathway. They will establish goals and develop the understanding of CIDA and NCIDQ and prepare for the hours of work and test after.