The Design Introductions Certificate is available to students, as part of the Interior Design Program, who begin their collegiate Interior Design career and comprises 15 credits from foundation Interior Design coursework. Earning the credential of a Design Introductions Certificate will demonstrate a student's knowledge and understanding of content as it relates to design basics, principles of design, entry-level design software, and design concepts. The certificate will serve as groundwork for building an education in Interior Design and Interior Architecture. Certificate holders may also use the credential as one of many additional resume builders which can be obtained as part of the Interior design program at Kirkwood Community College.
|Term 1||Credit Hours|
|INT-129||SketchUp for Interior Design 1||3|
|CON-101||Architectural Plans and Specs 1||3|
|INT-126||Introduction to Interior Design 1||3|
|INT-128||Historical Interiors and Architecture 1||3|
|INT-312||Interior Design Topics 1||1|
|Total Credit Hours||13|
Minimum C- required for graduation.