DESIGN INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP CERTIFICATE (R): 225
Total Credits: 30‡
Catalog Editions 08-09 through 12-13
Name: Date: ID#
         
CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
 
ID101
3
 
 
ID103*
3
 
 
ID104*
3
 
 
ID105*
3
 
 
ID260*
3
 
INDUSTRY PARTNER DISCIPLINE
 
3
 
ELECTIVES (15 Credits)†
 
3
 
   
3
 
   
3
 
   
3
 
       
       
       
       
  Note: Overall GPA of 2.0 is required
      Total Credits:  
* This ID course may not be offered every semester.  
Select industry partner discipline electives related to student goals in consultation with program advisers. Elective areas may include accounting, architecture, art, building trades, business/management, computer graphics, construction, landscape, law, photography, and other areas as appropriate.

Interior Design
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Up to 12 credits can be waived, with appropriate proof of career success in one of the industry partner disciplines named.  
     
This curriculum is intended to provide basic skills and foundation education in interior design and in a specialized career topic, indirectly related to interior design, in disciplines that partner with the interior design community. Typical interior design industry partners include advertising designers, architects, business owners (merchandising/retailing), contractors and builders, craftspeople, custom fabricators (drapery, etc.), fine artists (including sculptors), furniture designers and manufacturers, health care providers, insurance brokers, interior landscape designers, interior photographers, lawyers, mural artists and faux finishers, product representatives, specifiers and drafts people, theater and set designers, weavers and textile manufacturers, and Web designers.

The curriculum will provide the necessary knowledge of interior design as it relates to the student’s success in a career that requires a professional partnership with interior designers. The selected interior design courses will be taken in combination with the courses selected from the other discipline, or the student will demonstrate experience and accomplishment or completion of the other discipline. College sources, such as program coordinators from the “partner” disciplines, will be consulted for advising in the course selection. Close advising by the interior design coordinator is required.
 
     
This document is for planning purposes ONLY and completion does not guarantee graduation.
See an advisor to submit an Application for Graduation the semester BEFORE you intend to graduate.
 
 
Last modified: July 2012
This certificate is a Career Program and may not readily transfer to four-year institutions
(except in special cases). Visit the transfer planning website for transfer information.
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