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Interior Design Kitchen and Bath

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Interior Design Kitchen and Bath is intended to provide students with the knowledge and creative skills important to planning and developing kitchen and bath design solutions. The program prepares students for entry-level career in a kitchen and bath studio including, but not limited to, kitchen and bath planning, retail sales, and wholesale sales, or to advance within related job fields. Students will study design principles and elements, color theory, drawing, space planning, industry guidelines and standards, and other factors utilized in kitchen and bath design. The program helps to prepare students for National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) certifications. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Interior Design is also available.

Details

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Field of Interest
Visual and Performing Arts
Type
Certificate
Interior Design Kitchen and Bath (CER)
Total Credits Required
30
Notes

Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.

What You'll Learn
  • Plan kitchen and bath spaces that integrate furnishings, fixtures, finishes, and equipment according to client needs. (INT105, INT145, INT145AA, INT145AB, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, COM100, COM263, INT115, INT120, INT150)
  • Plan kitchens and baths using the elements and principles of design. (INT105, INT145, INT145AA, INT145AB, INT150, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, INT115, INT120)
  • Interpret information gathered through research to generate solutions for problems related to kitchen and bath planning. (INT105, INT145, INT145AA, INT145AB, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, INT115, INT120, INT150, INT215, EPS150, MGT253)
  • Apply knowledge of environmentally responsible and sustainable practices to solve problems related to kitchen and bath planning. (INT105, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB)
  • Express ideas and their rationale according to architecture, interior design, and National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) standards through visual media including ideation, sketches, drawings, renderings, and plans. (ARC141, ARC142, INT100, INT105, INT122, INT140, INT145, INT145AA, INT145AB, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, COM100, COM263)
  • Collaborate with individuals and professionals to solve problems related INT145AA, INT145AB, to kitchen and bath planning. (ARC141, ARC142, INT100, INT105, INT122, INT140, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, COM100, COM263, EPS150, INT215, MGT253)
  • Integrate criticism in an effective manner to refine solutions related to kitchen and bath planning. (ARC141, ARC142, INT100, INT105, INT122, INT140, INT145, INT145AA, INT145AB, INT150, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, COM100, COM263, INT215)
  • Recognize industry accepted professional ethics and conduct. (INT105, INT190, INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT230, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, INT211AA, INT211AB, EPS150, INT215, MGT253)
  • Employ estimating, budget coordination, and information management to complete a design project related to kitchens and baths. (INT211, INT211AA, INT211AB, INT240, INT240AA, INT240AB, EPS150, INT215, MGT253)
Career Opportunities
Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:27
ARC141Architectural CAD I: Introduction (3) AND
ARC142Architectural CAD II: Plans and Elevations (3) AND
INT122Digital Visualization for Design (3) OR
INT100Interior Design Drafting (3) AND
INT122Digital Visualization for Design (3) AND
INT140Introduction to CAD for Interior Design (3)9
 
INT105Introduction to Interior Design3
 
INT145Drawing and Rendering (3) OR
INT145AASketching and Visualization (1.5) AND
INT145ABRendering (1.5)3
 
INT190Space Planning3
 
INT211Interior Materials and Specifications (3) OR
INT211AAInterior Materials (1.5) AND
INT211ABMaterial Specifications (1.5)3
 
INT230Presentation Techniques3
 
INT240Kitchen and Bath Design (3) OR
INT240AABath Design (1.5) AND
INT240ABKitchen Design (1.5)3
Course Sequence by Term
Restricted Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:3
Select one course from the following:
COM100Introduction to Human Communication3
COM263Elements of Intercultural Communication3
EPS150Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
INT115Historical Architecture and Furniture3
INT120Modern Architecture and Furniture3
INT150Color and Design3
INT215Professional Practices3
MGT253Owning and Operating a Small Business3

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