50 residential space planning 3 units
Basic techniques in planning space for interiors. Private and group living spaces, support systems, functional planning of interior space, and color in space planning. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Transfer: CSU.
52 history of interiors and furnishings 3 units
A survey of the history of interiors and furnishings from Egyptian period to the present. Emphasis on furniture styles and ornamentation. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
54 principles of interior design 3 units
Elements and principles of design as they apply to interior design. Emphasis on the use of color and texture in the selection of home furnishings. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Transfer: CSU.
55 introduction to textiles 3 units
The textile industry and its effects on the apparel and home furnishing markets. Fiber identification, yarn and fabric construction, and decoration. Emphasis on consumer information, fabric performance, care and labeling, and legal responsibilities of the industry. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
56 professional practices 3 units
Interior design practices including business and marketing aspects, wholesale resource development, design presentation and career preparation, contractual obligations. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
58 fundamentals of lighting 3 units
Residential and commercial lighting systems as they apply to what constitutes a well-lit interior space. Includes an investigation of current lighting fixtures and lighting resources. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
60 materials and resources 3 units
Survey of residential and commercial interior furnishings with attention to product knowledge of furniture, textiles, ceramics, glass, metals, plastics and composite materials. Skills needed to perform related activities. Strongly recommended: Interior Design 55. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
62 kitchen and bathroom design 3 units
Survey of the field of kitchen and bathroom designs. Includes resources, materials, trends, costs and needs, both functional and aesthetic. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Transfer: CSU.
48 Drafting for Interior Designer 3 units
Drafting for Interior Designers course will introduce tools and techniques necessary for interior designers to prepare drawings of interior spaces that will enhance and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
interiors through barrier-free retrofitting. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
68 cad for architecture and
interior design 3 units (See also Architecture 68)
Introduction to computer-aided drafting. Topics include command basics including drawing entity creation and modification, industry layering standards, text and dimensioning systems appropriate to architecture, creating symbol libraries, external reference techniques, model and paper space commands, and plotting techniques. (May not receive credit if Architecture 68 has been completed.) 2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio. Transfer: CSU.
70 advanced kitchen and bath 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. Prerequisite: Interior Design 62. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.
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. Prerequisite: Interior Design 50. 3 hours. Transfer: CSU.