Interior Design Associate in Science Degree
Division: Technology and Engineering
PROGRAM CODE: 2S03860A
The Interior Design Associate in Science Degree is designed to prepare the student for entry level work in the field of residential or commercial interior design. Career avenues include, but are not limited to, Space Planning, Lighting Specialties, Retail Showroom, Merchandising, Illustration, Remodeling, Materials and Products Specialist, Project Coordinator, and Kitchen & Bath Design. This degree requires a total of 53-57 units in the major in addition to other graduation requirements.
|Required Courses (48-50 units):|
|ARCH 124 F||Architectural CAD I||3|
|ARCH 924 F||Architectural CAD II||3|
|IDES 100 F||Fundamentals of Interior Design||3|
|IDES 105 F||Interior Design Studio I||2|
|IDES 110 F||Drafting for Interior Design (formerly Drafting - Interior Design)||3|
|IDES 130 F||Applied Color and Design Theory||4|
|IDES 150 F||Interior Materials and Products||4|
|IDES 170 F||Space Planning I||3|
|IDES 175 F||Space Planning II||3|
|IDES 180 F||History of Architecture and Furnishings I (formerly History of Architecture I)||3|
|IDES 190 F||History of Architecture and Furnishings II (formerly History of Interior Architecture II)||3|
|IDES 200 F||Interior Illustration I||2|
|IDES 210 F||Fundamentals of Lighting||3|
|IDES 215 F||Interior Design Studio II||2|
|IDES 225 F||Interior Illustration II||2|
|IDES 230 F||Business and Professional Practice||3|
|IDES 240 F||Interior Design Internship||2-4|
|Restricted Electives (5-7 units):||5-7|
|Construction Plans Reading (formerly Construction Blueprint Reading)||3|
|Interior Design Building Codes||3|
|Interior Illustration III||2|
|Interior Design Studio III||2|
|Interior Design Studio IV||2|
|Principles of Selling||3|
Outcome 1: Formulate comprehensive design solutions for advanced residential and commercial interior design projects.
Outcome 2: Communicate design solutions verbally and graphically for the purpose of executing a project.
Outcome 3: Produce a portfolio illustrating complex, detailed projects that demonstrate career-readiness in commercial design.
Outcome 4: Develop the skills necessary to sit for the IDEX (Interior Design Examination) administered by the California Council for Interior Design Certification (CCIDC) leading to the professional designation of Certified Interior Designer (CID) in the State of California.