Interior Design: Part 2, Skills Competency Award (SCA)
Interior Design Part 2 Skills Competency Award
Interior Design focuses on the creation of interior environments that are both functional and pleasing. The field offers a variety of employment opportunities in kitchen and bath design studios and in interior materials and furniture stores.
The SBCC Interior Design Program, offered within the Drafting/CAD Department, provides comprehensive training for entry-level interior design positions. Certificated, professionally experienced instructors teach all program courses. Successful completion of each Interior Design (ID) course earns full college credit. Courses are offered with an open enrollment policy; they are open to both ID majors and non-majors.
Some Interior Design classes have corequisites. A corequisite is a class that must be taken at the same time or before taking the class to which it is a corequisite. DRFT 120 is a corequisite to ID101 and ID105, though it is advisable to take DRFT 120 before taking these classes. DRFT 120 must be taken before taking DRFT 130. Plan your schedule accordingly.
Skill Competency Awards, Certificates & Degrees Awarded
An Interior Design Part 1 Skills Competency Award and an Interior Design Part 2 Skills Competency Award, a Certificate of Achievement in Interior Design and an Associate in Arts Degree in Interior Design are offered. Students who complete the 14 units of required Interior Design, Art and Drafting courses earn an Interior Design Part 1 Skills Competency Award. Students who complete the 16 units of required Interior Design and Drafting courses earn an Interior Design Part 2 Skills Competency Award. Students who complete the 43-44 units of required Interior Design, Arts, Art HIstory and Drafting courses and the controlled electives earn a Certificate of Completion in Interior Design. Those who complete the courses for the Certificate of Completion in Interior Design and also the institutional and General Education course requirements earn the Associate in Arts Degree in Interior Design.
Upon completion of the Interior Design Part 2 Skills Competency Award, the following competencies will be achieved:
Ability to analyze an interior space.
Ability to draft a set of residential plans.
Ability to design a residential and commercial space plan
Ability to design a residential and commercial furniture plan
Ability to identify furniture styles from prehistoric times to the present
Ability to utilize CAD commands to create 2D drawings.
Skills Competency Award Requirements
Complete all department requirements with a “C” or higher or "P" in each course. Candidates for a Skills Competency Award are required to complete at least 20% of the department requirements through SBCC.
|DRFT 120||Architectural Drafting I||3|
|DRFT 130||Computer-Assisted Drafting And Design I||5|
|ID 100||Introduction to Interior Design||1|
|ID 100L||Introduction to Interior Design Lab||1|
|ID 101||Space Planning And Lighting||3|
|ID 103||Historical Furniture||3|
- Utilize the six universally accepted elements of design (line, pattern, texture, scale, light and color) and the six universally accepted principles of design (proportion, balance, rhythm, contrast, emphasis and harmony) to create a successful interior space.
- Analyze an interior space and suggest changes to meet the demands of a specific user or purpose.
- Describe the qualities and characteristics common to a successful Interior Design business.
- Draft a set of residential plans.
- Utilize the design process to design and draw floor plans of interior spaces, utilizing appropriate building codes and design guidelines.
- Utilizing current code requirements and industry standards design and draft an electrical plan for a small residence and/or kitchen.
- Identify and distinguish the style of furniture and give the correct name of the different parts of the furniture from different countries and time periods.
- Use CAD commands to draw 2D objects.