The Interior Design Program is a concentration in the Connie D. McKinney Department of Human Sciences, Hospitality, and Design. The studios are located in the HSHD Department, Floyd Hall suite 101-115. The Interior Design Program teaching, student and faculty areas includes a computer lab/studio, drafting/design studio, lecture classroom, resource library, conferencing area, faculty offices and The Gallery - a student meeting area including a service kitchen. The computer lab/studio has twenty computers, multimedia equipment, Smart Board technology, two plotters, one laser printer and two color printers. One plotter is a 24” and is used for architectural document printing; the other plotter is a new 42” twelve colors, photo quality plotter with allows for finish color board creation. The computers are Apple Macintosh software including Microsoft Office, Architectural AutoCad, Autodesk Viz, Google Sketchup Version 7 and 20/20 Kitchen and Bath Design. The drafting/drawing studio has 20 drafting stations with multi-media equipment, Smart Board technology 8’x14’ ft project display board, and a wireless Internet computer connection hub allowing for student lab top use. Lecture material may be viewed through Blackboard and other digital formats. Students enrolled in the program have 24/7 access to The Studios and the HSHD department.