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Interior Design: Residential & Commercial Design

Below, you can find the courses you need to take to complete your degree or certificate program.

Requirements below should be used as a guide only. Current students should consult DegreeWorks for their specific requirements based on their catalog rights. Degreeworks Report
Goal Certificate Program
Catalog Rights Academic Year 2014-2015
Int Des: Residential and Commercial Design -Cañada
Minimum Credits Required: 58.5
CORE REQUIREMENTS: 58.5 UNITS
Basic Architectural Drawing
3 Credits in ARCH 110
Computer Applications
1.5 Credits in CBOT 430
Introduction to Interior Design
3 Credits in INTD 115
Critical Thinking for Interior Designers
3 Credits in INTD 126
Presentation Techniques I
3 Credits in INTD 128
Presentation Techniques II
3 Credits in INTD 129
Color for Interiors
3 Credits in INTD 148
History of Interiors I
3 Credits in INTD 150
History of Interiors II
3 Credits in INTD 151
Space Planning and Design
3 Credits in INTD 175
Professional Practices for Interior Design
3 Credits in INTD 250
Overview of Lighting Design
3 Credits in INTD 260
Kitchen Design
3 Credits in INTD 270
Bath Design
3 Credits in INTD 271
Furniture, Casework and Interior Detailing
3 Credits in INTD 340
Commercial Design I
3 Credits in INTD 350
Residential and Commercial Construction
3 Credits in INTD 356
AutoCAD for Interior Designers
3 Credits in INTD 360
Principles of Sustainable Design
3 Credits in INTD 400
Materials and Finishes
3 Credits in INTD 450



Gainful Employment Disclosure

View Gainful Employment Disclosure Information, which contains key gainful employment outcomes for graduates from Cañada's certificate programs, including estimates of the costs of tuition, books and supplies, and fees; average student loan debt; and normal time to completion of the certificate.

Transfer

Cañada College offers lower division coursework required for transfer in this area of study. Students should use PROJECT ASSIST (www.assist.org) to research lower division major requirements at the transfer destination(s) of their choice. Also, work with a Counselor/Advisor to determine appropriate transfer coursework.

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