Associate in Science Degree
Art 10-Design and Materials ID 58-Fundamentals of Lighting ID 50-Residential Design ID 60-Materials and Resources ID 52-History of Interiors and Furnishing ID 62-Kitchen and Bath Design ID 54-Principles of Interior Design ID 66-Special Needs Design ID 55-Introduction to Textiles ID 68-AutoCAD for Interior Design* ID 56-Professional Practices See Current Catalog Total A.S. Degree Units-38
Certificate of Achievement
Art 10-Design and Materials Art 11-Design, Materials and Color ID 50-Residential Design ID 52-History of Interiors and Furnishing ID 54-Principles of Interior Design ID 55-Introduction to Textiles ID 56-Professional Practices ID 58-Fundamentals of Lighting ID 60-Materials and Resources ID 68-AutoCAD for Interior Design Total Units- 33
Certificate in Kitchen & Bathroom Design
ID 50-Residential Design ID 52-History of Interiors and Furnishing ID 62-Kitchen and Bath Design ID 54-Principles of Interior Design ID 56-Professional Practices ID 58-Fundamentals of Lighting ID 60-Materials and Resources ID 66-Special Needs Design ID 68-AutoCAD for Interior Design ID 70-Advanced Kitchen & Bathroom Design Business 95/Work Experience 95 (Work Experience) Business 96/Work Experience 96 (Work Experience Seminar) Total Units- 33
* To become National Kitchen and Bathroom Association certified, 160 hours of internship are required.
ID 50-Residential Design 3 Units
Basic techniques in planning space for interiors. Attention given to the need for private and group living spaces, to support systems, and to functional planning.
ID 52-History of Interiors and Furnishing 3 Units
A survey of the history of interiors and furnishing from pre-Renaissance to present. Emphasis on furniture styles, ornamentation and accessories
ID 54-Principles of Interior Design 3 Units
A study of the elements and principles of design as they apply to interior design. Emphasis given to the use of color and texture in the selection of home furnishing and design presentation.
ID 55-Introduction to Textiles 3 Units
A study of the textile industry and its effects on the home furnishings markets. Attention is given to fiber identification, yarn and fabric construction and decoration. Emphasis on consumer information, fabric performance, care and labeling, and legal responsibilities of the industry.
ID56-Professional Practices 3 Units
Study of Interior Design practices including business, marketing aspects, wholesale resource development, design presentation and public relations.
ID 58-Fundamentals of Lighting 3 Units
A study of residential and commercial lighting systems in order to be aware of what constitutes a well lit interior space. This course will include an investigation of lighting fixtures, lighting resources, and current design trends.
ID 60-Materials and Resources 3 Units
A survey of residential and commercial interior furnishings with attention to product knowledge of furniture, textiles, ceramics, glass, metals, plastic and composite materials. Includes skills needed to make selections based on quality, cost and appropriateness.
ID 62-Kitchen and Bath Design 3 Units
A Study and design of a kitchen & bathroom. The resources, materials, trends, costs and needs, both functional and aesthetic, will be included.
ID 66-Special Needs Design 3 Units
A study of housing to meet the needs of the elderly, the physically limited and the low income person. Includes an investigation of retrofitting existing homes to assure independence and promote self esteem.
ID 68-AutoCAD for Interior Design 3 Units
Introduction to AutoCAD and computer aided drafting relative to use in the Interior Design industry. Includes skill development required to create, generate and manipulate computer aided orthographic illustrations based on current industry standards. Prerequisites: Interior Design 50 completed with a grade of "c" or higher.
ID 70-Advanced Kitchen & Bathroom Design 3 Units
National Kitchen and Bath (NKBA) planning guidelines and NKBA Access Standards for kitchen and bath. Emphasis on designing a universal kitchen and universal bath. Creation of working documents to design a kitchen and bath from its beginning to completion. Prerequisites: INTD 62. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU
ID 72-Commercial Interior Design 3 Units
Introduction to the field of commercial design. Emphasis on the design of interior spaces such as offices, restaurants and hotels. Topics will include space planning, interior specifications and costing out jobs.
Art 10-Design and Materials 3 Units
Introduction to the basic elements of design: line, texture, value, shape, color, light, and spatial concepts. Experimentation with paper, cardboard, cloth, etc. Emphasis on two dimensional design.
Art 11-Design, Materials and Color 3 Units
Color theory as it applies to two and three dimensional design.