Bachelor of Integrated Studies

The Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) is an interdisciplinary degree that allows you to select three areas or emphases and develop a contract of courses
with the departments of your choice. A final capstone project is required, which brings together the three areas of emphases.

The Program of Interior Design participates in the BIS degree program.

For an interior design emphasis, a minimum of 24 credit hours are required as approved by the interior design BIS advisor. 

You must have an interview with the BIS program coordinator to enroll.

Call 801-626-7713 to talk with the BIS secretary and schedule an appointment.

Bachelor of Integrated Studies Website

Grade Requirements:

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Receive a minimum grade of “B” in each IDT course.

Receive a minimum grade of “C” in each additional course taken for the three emphases in addition to a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Classes listed on the BIS contract must be taken for a letter grade; special exams, CLEP or credit/no credit are not allowed for contract classes.

 


 

Required Courses for
Interior Design Emphasis

 

  • IDT 1010 CA - Introduction to Interior Design (3)
  • IDT 2020 - Computer-aided Design and Drafting (3)
  • IDT 2035 - Design Process/Space Planning (3)
  • IDT 2050 - Codes (2)
  • IDT 3025 - Professional Practice (3)
  • IDT 3030 - Sustainability II: Materials, Hard Surfaces, and Specifications (3)
  • IDT 4040 - Portfolio Design (2)

Elective Courses for
Interior Design Emphasis
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Students should choose 3 hours from the following courses to compliment the required courses listed above.

  • IDT 1020 - Presentation Techniques (3)
  • IDT 2010 - Sustainability I: Textiles and Soft Materials (3)
  • IDT 2040 - Architectural Detailing (3)
  • IDT 2860 - Practicum (1-2)
  • IDT 2990 - Interior Design Seminar (1)
  • IDT 3000 - Lighting Design (3)
  • IDT 3010 - Historical Interiors (3)
  • IDT 3060 - Kitchen & Bath (3)