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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
ID 3610
Class Description: 
This junior-level course introduces students to the fundamental considerations and processes involved in creating and running a professional interior design business including the legal, ethical, practical and professional requirements involved in interior design practice. Students investigate types of business structures and practices, documents and contracts, professional working relationships with related disciplines, principles of job-cost estimating, and project management methods. Students also investigate and develop effective marketing techniques for themselves in anticipation of their internship, in addition to job placement upon graduation. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to successfully assess their interior design career options, demonstrate the necessary skills to enter professional practice, and understand the principles and practices of the interior design profession. Prerequisites: ID 3840 Restaurant + Retail Design