Interior Design - Set Decorator for TV and Film Certificate of Specialization


 

This certificate is designed to prepare students for internships and employment opportunities as production assistants in TV and film.

Upon completion of the certificate program, students will be able to pursue the following positions: Prop house worker, prop house consultant, set dresser, assistant set dresser, on-set dresser, lead of set decoration department, swing gang worker, and set decorator for small non-union productions. Students will obtain the following skills and knowledge: color application, identification of period history, the application of principles and elements of design, and the ability to obtain trade resources.

Certificate Student Learning Outcome:
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the core skills and knowledge required for employment as a set decorator for TV, film or theatre.

Program Requirements:
Units Required: 17

ID-101A
Introduction to Interior Design | 3 units
ID-102
Applied Color for Designers | 3 units
ID-105
Introduction to Production Design | 3 units
ID-106
Trade Resources for TV, Film, and Theatre | 2 units

Plus six units from the following:

ID-084
Digital Illustration for Architecture and Interior Design | 2 units
OR
ARCHT-084
Digital Illustration for Architecture and Interior Design | 2 units
ID-091
Art and Accessories in Interior Design | 1 unit
ID-101B
Introduction to Interior Design Lab | 1 unit
ID-114
Architecture and Interiors History: Antiquity - Classical Revival | 3 units
ID-115
Architecture and Interiors History: Classical Revival - Post Modern | 3 units