Interior Design Transfer Preparation:

Recommended Courses

This recommendation is based on the classes accepted for transfer by California State Colleges and Universities.  These courses are designed to satisfy lower-division major requirements at four-year institutions. Variations in requirements exist at specific universities or for specific programs. Therefore, it is essential that students refer to catalogs of proposed universities and consult counselors and Interior Design faculty as they prepare their programs. The classes listed represent a minimum for most schools; additional courses will improve level of preparation. This recommended course list assumes high school preparation including Trigonometry, Pre-calculus Mathematics, Art, and English.

FRESHMAN YEAR
Interior Design 50 (Residential Space Planning...........................................................................3
Interior Design 52 (History of Interiors and Furnishings)..............................................................3
Interior Design 62 (Kitchen and Bathroom Design)......................................................................3
Interior Design 54 (Principles of Interior Design) ........................................................................ 3
Interior Design 58 (Fundamentals of Lighting)..............................................................................3
Interior Design 60 (Materials and Resources)...............................................................................3
Interior Design 48 (Drafting for Interior Design).............................................................................3

SOPHOMORE YEAR
Interior Design 56 (Professional Practicer)....................................................................................3
Interior Design 68 or Architecture 68 (CAD for Architecture and Interior Design)..........................3
Interior Design 70 (Advanced Kitchen and Bathroom Design) ......................................................3
Business 95/Work Experience 95 (Work Experience).................................................................. .2
Business 96/Work Experience 96 (Work Experience Seminar).....................................................1


Total ...............................................................................................................................................33