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See Professional Studies Admission-Retention program found in University-Wide Professional Studies Program Requirements for admission and retention standards. Also see Family and Consumer Sciences Selective Admission-Reten- tion Requirements section of this Undergraduate Catalog . Interior and Environmental Design Sequence: The Interior and Environmental Design Sequence pre- pares students for careers in residential design, contract design, space planning, store design, restaurant design, kitchen and bath design, historic preservation and design for special populations. The undergraduate Interior and Environmental Design (IED) program at Illinois State University is currently accredited by the Foundation for Interior Design Education Research (FIDER). 61 hours required. 11-hour core: FCS 101, 103, 200, 300. 50-hour sequence: FCS 104, 218, 225, 242, 244, 338, 340, 345, 346, 347, 348, 370, 375, 398 (3 hours); FCS 352; ART 372; TEC 110, 211. Possible minors based on individual interests: Industrial Technology, Construction Management, Art or Business. Recommended electives: FCS 393.38; TEC 322. To be licensed in the State of Illinois, students must have a minimum of 2 years professional work experi- ence and pass the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Examination. Passage of this exam also qualifies the individual professional member- ship in interior design organizations such as American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and International Interior Design Association (IIDA). MINOR IN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 23 hours required in Family and Consumer Sciences. 11-hour core: FCS 101, 103, 200, 300. 12 additional hours in Family and Consumer Sciences. Selective Admission-Retention Requirements for the Teacher Education Option in Family and Consumer Sciences: Selective Admission: All Family and Consumer Sciences Education students planning to become certified teachers must apply for and be admitted to the University’s Professional Studies program (see Professional Studies Admission-Retention program sec- tion of this Undergraduate Catalog ). Upon applying for admission each Family and Consumer Sciences student must have verified the following: 1. A minimum GPA of 2.50 overall and in all Family and Consumer Sciences courses including Professional Education courses. 2. A positive recommendation for Admission to Profes- sional Studies by all Family and Consumer Sciences faculty. See departmental advisor for procedure. 3. An interview with the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Coordinator. Selective Retention : In order to receive departmental approval for a student teaching assignment the student must verify the following: 1. Maintain a GPA of 2.50 in all courses and in all Fami- ly and Consumer Sciences courses including Profes- sional Education courses. 2. Completion of FCS 200, or the equivalent for transfer students.
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