Interior Architectural Design Curriculum
The Interior Architectural Design (IntArc) Program emphasizes the processes and techniques of designing living, work and leisure indoor environments as integral part of a building system. Combination of lecture and studio courses is offered to develop the student’s ability to analyze design challenges. Instructions in areas of programming, space planning, lighting, color theory, materials, and graphic communications are designed to prepare the students for the working world of Interior Architectural profession.
The internship program allows the students to practice what they’ve learned in class and make professional connections while still attending courses. Our program attracts many foreign exchange students, which creates a classroom environment that encourages exchange of various ideas and points of views.
Degree and Certificates currently offered in the Interior Architectural Design Program:
Associate in Science (AS) Degree in Interior Architectural Design
The Associate in Science degree (60 units) will provide students will excellent foundation for a successful design career related to interior design. The AS degree requires the Certificate of Achievement coursework plus 20 additional units of General Education. For students planning to transfer to a four year college, schedule a meeting with a counselor or faculty member to discuss transfer options.
Department Certificate in Set Design and Art Direction for Film and TV
Students who are interested in Film and TV set design can receive a Department Certificate which is 15 units of focused curriculum in this area.
Department Certificate in Digital Production and Design
Students who are interested in focused studies in 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional drawings using up to date computer programs can receive a Department Certificate which is 15 units of focused curriculum in this area.