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Graduate Catalog 2013-14

ID 698 Thesis or Design Research Project I

Identification and exploration of a significant question or challenging issue in interior design using empirical research methods and analysis. Provides opportunities for continued development of the graduate student’s creative and critical thinking capacities and challenges the student to expand the body of knowledge of interior design. Findings are presented in a written or graphic document and/or design project. Through readings and field studies, students formulate and carry out an individual research investigation under faculty supervision and critique. Students who do not fulfill all of the course requirements and are not eligible for an Incomplete will receive an IP grade. Students must register for ID 698C and pay a registration fee. The continuation carries no credit. Prerequisites: ID 620 and ID 684. (3)

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