Associate of Science Degree
The program's goals are to prepare graduates for employment in the current job market and/or fulfill transfer requirements to a four-year institution where courses fulfill the lower division requirements of a specific major or serve as electives. An important element of the program is to offer professional level curriculum that provides graduates with the motility to perform in a variety of occupations as industry demands change and economic conditions fluctuate. Additionally, the comprehensive curriculum follows CID standards to meet the functional and aesthetic needs pertaining to clients and the interior environments.
Salary range: $44,000-$82,000 for senior designers
Employment opportunities include model home designer; junior residential and commercial designer; sales representative for textiles and other similar vendors; and entrepreneur interior design opportunities.
Required Units in the Major:
40 (effective Fall 2009)