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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Interior Architecture (IA)
IA
6525
Practicum and Internship
Practicum and Internship
Fall 2017
3
Course Type
Lecture
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Letter Grade
graduate IA majors
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IA 6400
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Students work with professional interior designers, architects, or industry-related professionals participating in a project based setting. Roles and responsibilities of the professional interior designer; business procedures, legal-implications, ethics, trade relations, and designer-client-contractor relations.
Students completing this course should understand:
o the elements of business practice (business development, financial management, strategic planning and various forms of collaboration and integration of disciplines)
o professional responsibilities from general business management to marketing, financial management and employee management
o professional ethics, legally and morally as they pertain to the public, the client, and to the profession
o the specifics of professional relationships and have in-depth understanding of the documents applicable to professional practice such as contracts, purchase orders and invoices
o the value of peer review and the importance of critique in the design process
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