The goals and objectives of the Computer Aided Drafting and Design Certificate are designed for students to practice skills for the interior design profession that require computer aided drafting and computer graphics to prepare conceptual, design, and construction drawings. The program provides a professionally-focused curriculum centered on the practical application of skills related to the interior design field. Examples of interior design employers and career opportunities include working in: interior design firms, architectural firms, kitchen and bath design firms, commercial furniture dealerships, corporate facilities departments, and design-build firms.
Program Requirements (12 units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|INTD032||Graphics Techniques for Interior Design||3 units|
|INTD065||Introduction to Computer-Aided Interior Design||3 units|
|INTD066||Advanced Computer Aided Design||3 units|
|ARCH049||Introduction to Rhino||3 units|
Total Certificate Units: 12 units
To be awarded a certificate, a student must:
- Complete all the major requirements.
- Earn a grade of “C” (or "P") or better for all required courses.