Interior Design Certificate of Achievement
The Certificate of Achievement in Interior Design offers classes for students who are changing careers, brushing up on their design skills or just wanting to have fun with their own home. The certificate offers a solid Interior Design program with practical course content, work experience and overall design projects that promote graduates to the working world of being an Interior Designer. Work experience or internships are encouraged.
Certificate holders are able to obtain jobs as Interior designers in: their own business, a New Home-builder company, an Interior design firm, and a retail position as well as an architectural office.
|INTD 5 (Principles of Interior Design)||3|
|INTD 10 (Introduction to Textiles)||3|
|INTD 15 (Drafting for Interior Design)||3|
|INTD 20 (History of Interiors/Furnishings)||3|
|INTD 25 (Materials and Resources)||3|
|INTD 30 (Fundamentals of Lighting)||3|
|INTD 40 (Computer Aided Design)||3|
|INTD 47 (Professional Practices)||3|
|BUSN 52 (Business Communications)||3|
|INTD 35 (Residential Space Planning)||3|
|INTD 45 (Basic Kitchen and Bathroom Design)||3|
|MKTG 61 (Professional Selling)||3|
|WRKX 94 (Occupational Work Experience/Internship)||3|
Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure
Use the link below to view Las Positas Community Colleges Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure for this program.