Design Alive | Evaluated Learning Experience
Space Planning II (ID SP 04)
47 hours (17 weeks).
September 2012 - Present.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: plan strategies and workplace layouts; discuss different light sources and how they function; select appropriate lighting amount, color, intensity, and style; produce set of lighting and electrical drawings for construction; plan for flexible ways of working with different limitations such as barrier free; explain the process of managing changes to work environments; understand the code and regulatory issues that have an impact on their design and willingness to incorporate these challenges into their design thinking; apply creative and innovative problem solving approaches to design and present solutions which support human performance and well-being; take responsible action toward the environment through a commitment to sustainability in local and global contexts and design conservation to respect historic integrity; draw from design research and a multidisciplinary body of knowledge to encourage critical thinking and creativity in problem seeking and resolving; communicate design ideas and solutions through effective verbal, visual, and written means that underscore principles of evidence-based and user-oriented design; and develop an awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity and common global issues in the interior design discipline.
This course is delivered in an instructor-monitored, distance learning format and consists of study guides, required texts, supplemental reading, essay assignments, quizzes, homework, observation, required interaction with an instructor, and 24-hour access to on-line support as needed. topics include: lighting, electrical, sustainable/green lighting, documenting ff and e selections, building codes and permits, detailing for construction, assembling construction set, human dimensions and interior spaces, culture issues, accessible design/barrier free and ADA compliancy standards, design for special needs, sustainable design, green construction practices, cultural diversity. Prerequisite: Demonstration of computer ability and record of formal education. Knowledge of Autocad or a similar CAD program, Elements and Principles of Interior Design (ID DT 01), Space Planning (I ID SP 02), and Kitchen and Bathroom Design (ID KB 03).
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Interior Design (12/15) (6/17 administrative review) (9/22 revalidation). NOTE: A former note indicating students must successfully complete a series of five courses to gain access to credit recommendations was removed enabling students to gain access to discrete credit recommendations established for individual courses.