Interior Design - Level II (Certificate T0304)

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Certificate T0304
The Interior Design - Level II Certificate builds upon the Level I coursework to provide students with intermediate skills that will lead to a career in interior design. There is a focus on design process including drawing and presentations skills, model-making, sketching, computer applications, and the planning of space and studio design. Students will prepare professional portfolios to strengthen career perspectives. This certificate may aid in the student’s search for an entry-level position as an assistant to a designer, library coordinator, or sales personnel for interior design products.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Completion of the Interior Design - Level I coursework9
PLUS
Completion of the Interior Design - Level II coursework24
Total Units33
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Interior Design - Level I coursework
ID 10Introduction to Interior Design2
ID 10LIntroduction to Interior Design Laboratory1
ID 12Materials and Products for Interior Design3
ID 14History of Furniture and Decorative Arts3
Total Units9
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Interior Design - Level II coursework
ID 20Color and Design Theory I3
ID 21Color and Design Theory II3
ID 22Design Drawing for Interior Design3
ID 23Computer Aided Drawing for Interior Design I3
ID 25Space Planning for Interior Design I3
ID 26Space Planning for Interior Design II3
ID 27Rapid Visualization3
ID 29Interior Design Studio I3
Total Units24

Recommended Electives

Course Prefix Course Name Units
ID 50Interior Design Specialized Topics1
ID 99Special Projects in Interior Design1-3

Interior Design Website 

The Interior Design program is accredited by the Interior Design – National Kitchen and Bath Association NKBA.

Contact:

Interior Design – National Kitchen and Bath Association NKBA
687 Willow Grove St
Hackettstownm, NJ 07847
1(800) 843-6522

Program Learning Outcomes

Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.

Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.

Plan of Study Grid
Fall Term 1Units
ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 2 2
ID 10L Introduction to Interior Design Laboratory 1 1
ID 12 Materials and Products for Interior Design 3 3
ID 14 History of Furniture and Decorative Arts 3 3
ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3 3
Certificate: Interior Design, L1 E0364 4  
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 Units12
Spring Term 1
ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3 3
ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3 3
 Units6
Summer Term 1
ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing for Interior Design I 3 3
 Units3
Fall Term 2
ID 25 Space Planning for Interior Design I 3 3
ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design II 3 3
ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3 3
 Units9
Spring Term 2
ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3 3
Certificate: Interior Design, Level II T0304 4  
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 Units3
 Total Units33
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