ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE

REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES WITH A CONCENTRATION IN INTERIOR DESIGN:

GENERAL EDUCATION :

Complete one of the following general education patterns:

A. California State University General Education (CSU-GE) pattern.


B. Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC), CSU or UC version, for transfer to CSU, UC, and many independent colleges and Universities. (Students using IGETC, UC version to satisfy General Education must also take COM ST 001A to satisfy the Associate Degree Oral Communication Requirement).

C. San Joaquin Delta College Associate Degree General Education Pattern.*

COURSES WITHIN THE MAJOR

Complete each of the following with a grade of "C" or better:

 

ID  002 Introduction to Interior Design 3
ID  008   History of Interior Design & Furniture  3
ID  006   Textiles 3
FCS 11 Applied Interior Design  3
ID  013 Specifications and Professional Practices  3
ART 1A Art History  3
ART 16 Descriptive Drawing and Rendering 3
OR    
ART 33A   Beginning Drawing  3
ARCH 001 Basic Architectural Drafting 3
     

 

ELECTIVES:

ARCH 002 Architectural Practice: Working Drawings 3
BUS   1A Principles of Accounting  
ID 019 Retailing Fashion and Interiors 3
ID 021 Trend Forecasting for Fashion & Interiors 2
ID 056 Internship & Portfolio Development 3
CONST  078 Uniform Building Codes  2

 

Associate in Arts Degree

Students planning to receive an Associate in Arts with their major area of concentration in Interior Design should refer to the latest San Joaquin Delta College Catalog for specific requirements. One requirement for an Associate in Arts Degree is the completion of 18 units in a major discipline. It is recommended that students select the 18 units from the core courses listed for the Interior Design Certificate.

 

Transfer

Specific requirements for a Bachelor's Degree will vary depending on the four year college to which you plan to transfer. It is highly recommended that you refer to the University Transfer Requirements list in the San Joaquin Delta College Catalog, and the specific requirements of the college where you plan to receive your Bachelor's Degree. To review specific transfer and course requirements schedule an appointment with a San Joaquin Delta College guidance counselor in Danner 205 (954-5650).

 

 

CERIFICATE IN INTERIOR DESIGN

      TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED: 30

      All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better:

      REQUIRED COURSES:

 

ID  002 Introduction to Interior Design 3
ID  008   History of Interior Design & Furniture  3
ID  006   Textiles 3
FCS 11 Applied Interior Design  3
ID  013 Specifications and Professional Practices  3
ART 1A Art History  3
ART 16 Descriptive Drawing and Rendering 3
OR    
ART 33A   Beginning Drawing  3
ARCH 001 Basic Architectural Drafting 3
     
  Electives and Substitutions  
ID 019 Retailing Fashion and Interiors 3
ID 021 Trend Forecasting for Fashion & Interiors 2
ID 056 Internship & Portfolio Development 3
CONST  078 Uniform Building Codes  2

     ELECTIVES: 6 units

ARCH 002 Architectural Practice: Working Drawings 3
BUS   1A Principles of Accounting  
ID 019 Retailing Fashion and Interiors 3
ID 021 Trend Forecasting for Fashion & Interiors 2
ID 056 Internship & Portfolio Development 3
CONST  078 Uniform Building Codes  2

Applying for a Certificate

Certificate applications may be obtained from the Evaluations Office located in Holt Center, Room 101. Refer to the the current semester's Schedule of Classes for deadline for submission of applications or contact the evaluations office at (209) 954-5010. Official transcripts must be provided for any class(es) taken at a college other than Delta. No transcript is required for Delta College courses unless they were taken prior to 1983. Students should request that the transcripts be sent directly to the Family, Consumer and Health Sciences Division Office. Certificates are awarded once a year at the Annual Spring Dinner.

Articulation Agreements

The articulation process helps students advance from one educational level to the next without repetition of a course content. Students involved in articulation agreements are often able to complete certificates and degrees in less time, resulting in a savings of time and money.

The Family, Consumer and Health Sciences Division has articulation agreements with many local high schools, regional occupational programs and four year colleges and universities. High school students can earn college credit upon entering San Joaquin Delta College if they have completed specific high school courses with above average grades. Courses articulated with colleges and universities vary greatly depending on the type of programs offered. To find out which schools have courses articulated with the Family, Consumer and Health Sciences Division call the Division Office (954-5516) or check with your counselor.

   
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