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IARC 710 - Master's Project for Interior

Description
Building on the semester of research and programming (IARC-709), the Master's Project in Interior Architecture challenges students to integrate knowledge and skills acquired throughout the curriculum and can be undertaken only after successful completion of appropriate coursework. While most students will complete this course using an applied project based approach, students have an option of pursuing theoretical research. Thesis/Applied: This major culminating design experience is a self-directed, faculty monitored independent study appropriate for students interested in exploring the creative/design dimensions of Interior Architecture while exploring a significant and advanced question in the discipline. Students select one project from a range of carefully screened design projects of appropriate and comparable scope, sophistication, and complexity. Thesis/Theoretical: The thesis option is a self-directed, faculty monitored independent study appropriate for students interested in exploring theoretical dimension(s) in Interior Architecture. The thesis option will be attractive to students interested in pursuing doctoral studies and/or academic careers.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2020
Offered
TuTh, MW
Avg. Class Size
10
Avg. Sections
1