INDS 2890 Interior Design Internship

Provides students with in-depth application and reinforcement of interiors and industry specifications for employability principles in an actual job setting. This internship allows the student to become involved in intensive on-the-job interiors applications that require full-time concentration, practice, and follow through. The interiors internship is implemented through the use of individualized training plans, performance evaluations, and internship sponsor activities. Topics include: application of interiors principles, problem solving, adaptability to job setting, and professional work ethic.
3 credits


Prerequisite/Co-Requisite: INDS 1180 or INDS 1130 and INDS 1135