Please mark your calendars - the regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting on August 9 has been canceled. Instead, a special Board of Trustees meeting will be held Wednesday, September 13, 2017, to approve the college’s operating budget and conduct regular business
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Interior Design Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the Interior Design degree, students will:
Use the basic elements and principles of design to develop design solutions that enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants.
Develop design solutions in response to the building shell, physical location, and social context of the project.
Apply the principles of environmental sustainability as they relate to interior environments.
Create functional design solutions that effectively integrate furnishings, finishes, and other interior products.
Employ current codes, standards, and design guidelines to promote the health, safety, and welfare of building occupants.
Produce organized contract documents, including coordinated interior drawings and specifications.
Effectively communicate a design concept through visual, written, and oral means.
Use industry-standard technologies to develop and present concepts and designs for interiors.
Professionally present design work and qualifications to industry and clients.
Meet the education requirements to qualify for eligibility to take the NCIDQ (National Council for interior Design Qualification) and IDEX (Interior Design Examination) California® exams.