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Stephanie McGoldrick

FullTime Lecturer

Art & Design

508-999-8740

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 352A

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Introduction to the principles of good lighting practice. Students will be introduced to formulas, calculations, and technical terminology necessary to put theory into practice. Aesthetic factors (such as color rendition and psychological factors related to the nature of various light sources and lighting control methods) are considered in the context of the importance of the ambiance produced by the creative use of lighting.

Preparing students for entry into the interior design profession. This course focuses on career planning, ethical and legal issues, and business documentation skills. Presentation and interview skills are emphasized. This course includes preparation for the NCIDQ (National Council of Interior Design Qualification) exam and focuses on current trends in the practice.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

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