ARTS, MEDIA & PERFORMANCE FACULTY: Deborah Paulsen, Chair
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM The Interior Design Associate in Arts Degree prepares students for employment and transfer. Students study the elements and principles of design as applied to human and cultural needs for residential and commercial spaces, while utilizing technology and communications skills. The focus is on meeting today’s standards including environmental and sustainability considerations and American Disabilities Act requirements.
Interior Design Program offers an Associate in Art degree and Certificates. The Associates Degree was updated to fully align with California State University's Interior Design Program and is in the process of hiring a new full-time instructor for Fall 2017.
Careers in Interior Design include:
Kitchen and Bath Designer
Home Accessory Advisor
Window Treatment Specialist
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS - Interior Design For General Education Requirements, see page 73
Program Learning Outcomes
• Prepare students for entry level jobs in the field of Interior Design field and transfer to a university.
• Analyze and apply the elements and principles of design as applied to human and cultural needs for residential and commercial spaces, while utilizing technology and communications skills.
• Analyze and apply today’s standards including environmental and sustainability considerations and American Disabilities Act requirements.
Art 201 Drawing I
Art 209 Perspective Drawing I
Art 502 Beginning Three Dimensional Design
IntrDgn 102 Intro to Interior Design
IntrDgn 104 Historical & Contemporary Interior Design
IntrDgn 105 Textiles
IntrDgn 106 Drafting for Interior Designers
IntrDgn 108A Residential Space Planning
IntrDgn 114 Interior Design Materials, Standards & Specifications
IntrDgn 116 Computer Aided Design & Drafting for Interior Design
Total 30 Units
NOTE: A minimum of 60 units and a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 or higher must be completed to earn the Associate in Arts Degree.
Always consult a counselor for information on graduation requirements, residency requirements and transfer information.
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