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Interior Design

Associate of Arts

Inactive Program: 

The PCC Board of Governors has inactivated this program.  No new students will be admitted to the program.  Courses towards this degree will be offered until Spring 2015.  Individual Interior Design classes will be offered beyond that semester, but the degree will no longer be awarded.

Program/Major Codes: AOADESIGN/IDT

Program Requirements
     

Arizona General Education Curriculum Requirements (AGEC-A)

This section lists general education requirements that are not fulfilled by core or support courses.* Also select courses to fulfill the I, C and C requirements from the categories below.**

Credits
English Composition 6
Biological and Physical Sciences 8
Mathematics 3
Other Requirements 3
Subtotal 20

Required Core Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
IDE 100 Introduction to Interior Design 3
IDE 111 Fundamentals of Interior Design 3
IDE 122 Visual Communications I 3
IDE 155 Space Planning I 3
IDE 158 Computer Aided Drafting Fundamentals for Interior Design 4
IDE 160 Fabrics for Interiors 3
IDE 212 History of Interior Architecture and Furniture:
From the Egyptian Period to 1900
3
IDE 213 History of Interior Architecture and
Furniture: From 1900 to the Present
3
IDE 222 Visual Communications II 3
IDE 255 Space Planning II 3
Subtotal 31

Required Support Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
ART 110 Drawing I [SUN# ART 1111] 3
ART 130 Art and Culture: Prehistoric through Gothic [SUN# ART 1101] 3
ECN 200 Basic Economic Principles 3
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology [SUN# PSY 1101] 4
Subtotal 13
Total 64

* Other general education requirements are fulfilled by required core and support courses:  Humanities and Fine Arts Requirement - ART 110 and ART 130; Social and Behavioral Sciences Requirement - ECN 200 and PSY 101.

** The AGEC requires at least one course is marked with an "I" (intensive writing & critical inquiry), one with a "C" (cultural diversity), and one with a "G" (global awareness).  Note that a single course may fulfill more than one of the requirements.  For this program, ART 130 fulfills the I & G requirement.