2012-2013 CCBC College Catalog

Interior Design

INTD 101 – 3 Credits
Introduction to Interior Design

Provides an introduction to design fundamentals in the field of Interior Design and to the interior designer's role within the building industry. Topics include the basics of concept development, the elements and principles of design, color and lighting, space planning and furniture, sustainability, universal design, designing for specific cultures and populations, as well as other topical subjects. The course also covers the interior design profession, professional organizations, and career employment. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. Lab fee: $10.00

Prerequisites: ENGL 051 or ESOL 042 and RDNG 051 or ESOL 044; or ACLT 052

INTD 111 – 3 Credits
Drafting and Sketching for Interior Design

Introduces students to the basic fundamentals of drafting and sketching for interior design graphic communication. Emphasis is on architectural drafting techniques and quick-thinking sketching processes used in the Interior Design Profession. Topics include mechanical multi-view drawings (floor plans, elevations, sections), isometrics, perspectives and architectural construction drawings. Digital sketching techniques will be explored. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 111 should be taken concurrently with INTD 101 or permission of the Program Coordinator.

INTD 136 – 3 Credits
Historic Interiors

Explores the historical periods and styles of interior architecture and furnishing from antiquity to the present. Lab fee: $10.00 NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

INTD 140 – 3 Credits
Studio I: Residential Design

Covers the basic skills of interior design including: 3D spatial studies, design concepts, and the psychological and physiological needs of the end-user. Sketching and drafting skills are developed for presentation in 2 residential design projects emphasizing Universal Design and Ergonomics. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 101 and INTD 111 or consent of the program coordinator.

INTD 141 – 3 Credits
Textiles for Interior Design

Introduces students to fabrics for decorative and functional purposes; covers fiber processing and development in terms of specific decorating problems. Lab fee: $10.00 NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 101 and INTD 111 or permission of the program coordinator.

INTD 202 – 3 Credits
Computer-Aided Interior Design

INTD 211 – 3 Credits
Rendering and Presentation Techniques for Interior Design

Introduces the artistic techniques of architectural rendering and visual presentations for the Interior Design profession. Course work emphasizes the creation of advanced freehand sketching and perspective skills addressing light, color, materials, furnishings, and entourage. Technical exploration includes the blending of traditional and digital rendering techniques. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 101, INTD 111, CADD 101 or consent of the program coordinator. Lab fee: $15.00

INTD 216 – 3 Credits
3-D Interior Models

INTD 236 – 3 Credits
Materials and Resources for the Interior Designer

Provides the student with an understanding of materials, methods of construction, and resources as they relate to the building of interior environments. This course will help students develop a base knowledge of interior material components and resources to be used when working with various trades in the design industry. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 101, INTD 111, CADD 101, or permission of the program coordinator. Lab fee: $10.00

INTD 241 – 3 Credits
Studio II: Commercial Design

Builds on and refines basic design skills and examines how to solve environmental, interior, and architectural problems through space analysis, planning, and development of commercial projects using Computer Aided Design (CAD) for Interior Design. Topics include: building codes and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisite: INTD 140, INTD 141, CADD 101 or consent of the program coordinator. Lab fee: $10.00

INTD 242 – 2 Credits
Business Practices for Interior Design

Investigates the professional role of the interior designer in relation to the client, colleague, contractor, consultant and marketplace. Emphasis is on design problems that address: design as a business, legal and ethical issues, sustainability, office management, and entrepreneurship. Professional portfolios and credentials will be discussed. NOTE: Courses offered once a year (fall or spring).

Prerequisite: INTD 140 and CADD 101 or permission of the program coordinator. Lab fee: $10.00

INTD 246 – 3 Credits
Lighting & HVAC Systems Design

Introduces the fundamentals of lighting for interior environments. Emphasis will be placed on exploring light as a design element, along with a study of the HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems that affect the function and aesthetics of Interior Space. Concentration on lighting layers, fixture types and applications. NOTE: Courses offered once a year (fall or spring).

Prerequisite: INTD 202

INTD 247 – 2 Credits
Portfolio and Marketing for Interior Design

Provides students with direction and guidance for the development of their interior design portfolio. Emphasis is on critiquing the format and presentation of coursework completed to date and creating a visual representation of individual skill development and progression for Interior Design marketing. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: ARTD 110, INTD 140, CADD 101 or permission of the program coordinator. Lab fee: $10.00

INTD 273 – 3 Credits
Internship: Interior Design

Is designed to give the advanced Interior Design student practical experience in an actual work environment. Working with a department advisor, students arrange work in an interior design firm, an architectural firm with an interiors department, or a retail store offering interior design services. Interns will be expected to maintain close contact with their INTD advisor during the internship and to keep a daily journal documenting their success in meeting the learning objectives of the internship. 8 hours of off-campus work experience per week for a total of 120 hours. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: INTD 242 and/or permission of the program coordinator.