Interior Design

  1. Overview
  2. A.A.S., Interior Design
  3. B.F.A., Interior Design
  4. B.S., Interior Design Management

 Berkeley College Interior Design Alumna, Diane Durocher

Berkeley College Helped Interior Design Professional Realize Her Dreams

 Berkeley College Interior Design Alumna, Roueda Radwan

Berkeley College Alumna Impacts Lives Through Interior Design

Look Who's Hiring Interior Design Interns and Grads!

Bloomingdale's
D&G Interiors
Diane Durocher Interiors
E L Design Center
J. Herbro
Jen Abrams Interiors
Meadows Office Furniture
Richmond Tile & Bath
Sargenti Architects
Wayne Tile

 

Interior Design tools

The art and business of creating functional and aesthetic environments for living and working.

An interest in design and an attention to detail can develop into a professional career. The Interior Design degree programs at Berkeley College focus on the creative and business aspects of this exciting industry. Graduates are prepared with the technical skills and practical knowledge to enter the industry in a range of roles.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) and Associate’s degree programs prepare students to pursue careers in creative positions, as residential or commercial interior designers, exhibit designers, design managers, merchandising/retail display directors, and more.

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Management is a more business-oriented program, which includes business and management courses as part of a comprehensive education.

Faculty members in this program are selected for both academic excellence and relevant professional experience in interior design. They combine firsthand knowledge and know-how with classroom instruction.

Benefit from:

  • A curriculum that focuses on exploring design fundamentals, theory, visual communication, history, and color
  • Hands-on experience with computer-aided design and other technology used in the design industry
  • Degree programs that incorporate business fundamentals, including accounting, marketing, and management
  • Valuable, practical experience through program-related, faculty-monitored internships or job-related assignments
  • A seamless transition between Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees

Interior Design A.A.S.

Interior Design
Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

This program is offered at the Woodland Park location only. Continuing Interior Design students will remain at Paramus.

 

 


A.A.S., Interior Design 2014 Course Requirements

Interior Design
Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

 

Course Requirements

MAJOR COURSES

Qtr. hrs. credit

4 Credit Hours

Students gain a solid foundation in basic drafting techniques through hands-on instruction in the proper use of drafting materials and tools. Topics include plan, elevation, section, and scale.

 

3 Credit Hours

An introduction to the development of basic freehand sketches. Course emphasizes quick sketch techniques and rapid visualization. Students learn a variety of drawing media and rendering techniques for visually communicating design concepts.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the principles and elements of design. Emphasis upon conceptual analysis and problem solution in two- and three-dimensional design. Students examine the psychological and cultural impact of form, space, and volume in making appropriate design decisions.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

3 Credit Hours

Introduces principles of 2D composition with emphasis on color use and color theory to create effective graphic presentations/visual design communication. Students are introduced to traditional and digital media.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces AutoCAD as a drafting tool. Students learn to use CAD to create and edit plans, elevations, and section views of designs for use in design studies and presentations. Students also learn presentation styles, drawing organization, and other techniques used in professional practice.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces space planning basics with an emphasis upon conceptual analysis. Students learn space planning and furniture arrangement from a functional and aesthetic viewpoint. Introduces major parameters of interior design including human factors, ADA, and universal design. Provides continued development of design theory.

Prerequisites: INT120, INT150

 

4 Credit Hours

Study of the history of architecture focusing on interiors, furniture, and decorative arts from ancient times through the 18th century. Emphasis on how the classical world influenced the major periods following it, including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo.

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides students with more advanced commands used to create, modify, annotate, and print drawings to be used for presentation and production. Emphasizes skills and methods used in professional practice to create drawings that follow industry standards and encourages teamwork.

Prerequisite: INT150

 

3 Credit Hours

Students refine the techniques of constructing one- and two-point perspective drawings. Emphasizes visualization techniques and rendering to enhance images.

Prerequisites: INT100, INT110

 

4 Credit Hours

Explores architectural lighting, including basic calculations and color-rendering theory. Covers fundamentals of electricity and the importance of psychology and lighting. Detailed reflected ceiling plans and lighting schedules as well as design and model making of a lighting fixture are included in the studio projects.

Prerequisite: INT160

 

4 Credit Hours

Students learn the appropriate selection, application, and installation of materials and finishes used in the interior environment. Course emphasizes the basic materials, manufacturing, and specification processes and characteristics of goods specified by the interior designer.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the study of residential environments and the planning of interior spaces. Emphasizes the design process from initial client contact/programming through schematic and final design. Topics include space planning/presentation skills; review of human factors; and the physiologic, psychological, and social needs of clients and the public.

Prerequisite: INT220

 

4 Credit Hours

Examines interior design and architectural systems. Topics include construction methods and materials with focus on the mixed masonry-wood structures. Explores foundation, floor, wall, and roof systems, and covers site analysis, regulatory factors, and zoning ordinances.

Prerequisite: INT230

 

2 Credit Hours

Explores career-development opportunities and strategies. Stresses entry-level job requirements and upward career paths. Covers resume writing skills, interviewing techniques, and the importance of professionalism. Continues the student's orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes content collection, and how to compile a professional design portfolio.

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides a field-based internship experience, where students acquire career/professional skills within the interior design industry.

Prerequisite: INT281

 



BUSINESS COURSES


4 Credit Hours

An introduction to computer technology with an emphasis on applications. Students learn how to use software packages, such as Microsoft Windows, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Includes an orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes Blackboard, content collection, and portfolio development.

 



LIBERAL ARTS COURSES


4 Credit Hours

An introduction to expository writing through a comprehensive survey of forms of composition. Students are taught to use words with precision and strengthen their understanding and application of grammatical and rhetorical principles. Students are encouraged to appreciate and incorporate the principles of academic and professional writing.

 

4 Credit Hours

Strengthens the writing, reading, and interpretive abilities introduced in ENG105. Encourages students to develop an appreciation and understanding of various works of literature and utilize literature to enhance critical thinking and writing.

Prerequisite: ENG105

 

4 Credit Hours

Designed to help students improve oral communication skills. Emphasis is placed on identifying good and poor speech habits, techniques for improving speech, oral interpretation, effective speech planning and delivery, and interpersonal communication.

Prerequisite: ENG106

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces students to solving problems by using geometric and algebraic approaches and appropriate technology. Topics include the Cartesian coordinate system, linear equations, absolute value, rational and exponential functions, systems of linear equations, and linear inequalities.

Prerequisite: CSK099 or placement

 

General Education Core Humanities Elective

4

General Education Core Mathematics/Science Elective

4

General Education Core Social Science Elective

4

FREE ELECTIVES

3



90 QUARTER CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

In the final quarter most on-site courses are offered only during the late afternoon and early evening so as not to interfere with internships.

 


Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (B.F.A.)

This studio-focused program is offered at the Woodland Park location only. Continuing Interior Design students will remain at Paramus.

 

 


B.F.A., Interior Design 2014 Course Requirements

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (B.F.A.)

 

Course Requirements

MAJOR COURSES

Qtr. hrs. credit

4 Credit Hours

Students gain a solid foundation in basic drafting techniques through hands-on instruction in the proper use of drafting materials and tools. Topics include plan, elevation, section, and scale.

 

3 Credit Hours

An introduction to the development of basic freehand sketches. Course emphasizes quick sketch techniques and rapid visualization. Students learn a variety of drawing media and rendering techniques for visually communicating design concepts.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the principles and elements of design. Emphasis upon conceptual analysis and problem solution in two- and three-dimensional design. Students examine the psychological and cultural impact of form, space, and volume in making appropriate design decisions.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

3 Credit Hours

Introduces principles of 2D composition with emphasis on color use and color theory to create effective graphic presentations/visual design communication. Students are introduced to traditional and digital media.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces AutoCAD as a drafting tool. Students learn to use CAD to create and edit plans, elevations, and section views of designs for use in design studies and presentations. Students also learn presentation styles, drawing organization, and other techniques used in professional practice.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces space planning basics with an emphasis upon conceptual analysis. Students learn space planning and furniture arrangement from a functional and aesthetic viewpoint. Introduces major parameters of interior design including human factors, ADA, and universal design. Provides continued development of design theory.

Prerequisites: INT120, INT150

 

4 Credit Hours

Study of the history of architecture focusing on interiors, furniture, and decorative arts from ancient times through the 18th century. Emphasis on how the classical world influenced the major periods following it, including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo.

 

4 Credit Hours

Study of the history of architecture focusing on interiors, furniture, and decorative arts from the mid-18th century through the present. Covers the evolution of modernism throughout Europe and the United States.

Prerequisite: INT170

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides students with more advanced commands used to create, modify, annotate, and print drawings to be used for presentation and production. Emphasizes skills and methods used in professional practice to create drawings that follow industry standards and encourages teamwork.

Prerequisite: INT150

 

3 Credit Hours

Students refine the techniques of constructing one- and two-point perspective drawings. Emphasizes visualization techniques and rendering to enhance images.

Prerequisites: INT100, INT110

 

4 Credit Hours

Explores architectural lighting, including basic calculations and color-rendering theory. Covers fundamentals of electricity and the importance of psychology and lighting. Detailed reflected ceiling plans and lighting schedules as well as design and model making of a lighting fixture are included in the studio projects.

Prerequisite: INT160

 

4 Credit Hours

Students learn the appropriate selection, application, and installation of materials and finishes used in the interior environment. Course emphasizes the basic materials, manufacturing, and specification processes and characteristics of goods specified by the interior designer.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the study of residential environments and the planning of interior spaces. Emphasizes the design process from initial client contact/programming through schematic and final design. Topics include space planning/presentation skills; review of human factors; and the physiologic, psychological, and social needs of clients and the public.

Prerequisite: INT220

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to commercial design and its specialized requirements for interior planning. Emphasizes space planning, codes and regulations, conceptual analysis, and problem solution.

Prerequisite: INT240

 

4 Credit Hours

Examines interior design and architectural systems. Topics include construction methods and materials with focus on the mixed masonry-wood structures. Explores foundation, floor, wall, and roof systems, and covers site analysis, regulatory factors, and zoning ordinances.

Prerequisite: INT230

 

2 Credit Hours

Explores career-development opportunities and strategies. Stresses entry-level job requirements and upward career paths. Covers resume writing skills, interviewing techniques, and the importance of professionalism. Continues the student's orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes content collection, and how to compile a professional design portfolio.

 

4 Credit Hours

Develops advanced residential design concepts and skills with emphasis placed upon historical precedents, functionalism, energy efficiency, space planning, materials, and the latest technology in equipment and fixtures.

Prerequisite: INT250

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides students with an overall understanding of codes, standards, and federal regulations with an emphasis on interior projects. Utilizes real-life design examples to explain how specific codes and standards apply to a variety of building and project types.

Prerequisites: INT240, INT260

 

4 Credit Hours

Students use AutoCAD and other software packages in the creation, manipulation, and rendering of 3-dimensional views of interior spaces. Students will learn to represent materials and lights and to manipulate views to develop striking renderings of their design solutions.

Prerequisite: INT200

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides further study and analysis of retail/store planning design and hospitality spaces. Focuses on problem identification, research, programming, preliminary design, and design development. Examines relevant codes and regulations and sustainable impact.

Prerequisite: INT300

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces principles and concepts of sustainability in the design process. Provides an understanding of LEED certification and rating system with emphasis upon interiors. Examines methods to determine the appropriateness of construction and finish materials for sustainable interiors.

Prerequisite: INT260

 

4 Credit Hours

Advanced study of construction systems and methods with more detailed analysis of such topics as mechanical and electrical systems, moisture and thermal protection, and vertical circulation as it relates to interior design.

Prerequisite: INT260
Corequisite: INT340

 

4 Credit Hours

Expands on the knowledge and skills obtained in Lighting I. Focuses on advanced illumination and photometrics. Studio projects will continue to expand on complex commercial lighting designs, including fixture creations and model making.

Prerequisite: INT330

 

4 Credit Hours

Students learn to create industry standard construction drawings used by the trade to build and renovate spaces. Symbols, graphic notations, sections, details, and schedules are taught to be used in the proper representation of their designs as legal documents for construction.

Prerequisites: INT200, INT310

 

4 Credit Hours

Studies design of large scale institutional public spaces (cultural centers, government, transportation) and other complex building types. Explores solutions to environmental, interior, and architectural problems based upon research, space analysis, and planning. Comprehensive program analysis with emphasis upon cultural, behavioral, and quality-of-life issues.

Prerequisite: INT360

 

3 Credit Hours

Focuses on the design concepts, functionality, materials, and construction documents to build furniture. The creative process of furniture design is covered through the studio projects assigned. Anthropometric and ergonomics are covered in depth.

Prerequisites: INT300, INT320

 

2 Credit Hours

Preparatory course for INT460, Capstone Project II-Design. Provides instruction in individual capstone design program development including project and site selection.

Prerequisite: INT400

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides students with an introduction to the practices of the interior design profession, with special emphasis on professional ethics, contracts, design fees, budgets, project management, marketing, and client/contractor/designer/trade relationships.

Prerequisite: INT250

 

4 Credit Hours

Focuses in depth on a particular period in history with a detailed study of the social, economical, political, and religious aspects that influenced the designer in that period. Periods studied include Classical, Florentine Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Victorian, and 20th century.

Prerequisite: INT171

 

4 Credit Hours

Students research and design an in-depth interiors project featuring residential and/or commercial design. Students apply all the skills and knowledge developed through their course of study in interior design.

Prerequisite: INT420

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides a field-based internship experience, where students acquire career/professional skills within the interior design industry.

Prerequisite: INT281

 



BUSINESS COURSES


4 Credit Hours

An introduction to computer technology with an emphasis on applications. Students learn how to use software packages, such as Microsoft Windows, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Includes an orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes Blackboard, content collection, and portfolio development.

 



LIBERAL ARTS COURSES*


4 Credit Hours

An introduction to expository writing through a comprehensive survey of forms of composition. Students are taught to use words with precision and strengthen their understanding and application of grammatical and rhetorical principles. Students are encouraged to appreciate and incorporate the principles of academic and professional writing.

 

4 Credit Hours

Strengthens the writing, reading, and interpretive abilities introduced in ENG105. Encourages students to develop an appreciation and understanding of various works of literature and utilize literature to enhance critical thinking and writing.

Prerequisite: ENG105

 

4 Credit Hours

Designed to help students improve oral communication skills. Emphasis is placed on identifying good and poor speech habits, techniques for improving speech, oral interpretation, effective speech planning and delivery, and interpersonal communication.

Prerequisite: ENG106

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces students to solving problems by using geometric and algebraic approaches and appropriate technology. Topics include the Cartesian coordinate system, linear equations, absolute value, rational and exponential functions, systems of linear equations, and linear inequalities.

Prerequisite: CSK099 or placement

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to statistical methods and procedures. Students become acquainted with the collection, analysis, and presentation of quantitative data. Topics include basic concepts of probability, frequency distributions, binomial distributions, sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and regression and correlation.

Prerequisite: MAT211

 

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop the interpersonal skills known to be key ingredients for successful everyday interactions with coworkers, supervisors, and customers/clients at any work environment. Some major skill areas covered in the course include making a good impression with your employer, managing conflict with difficult coworkers, working on a team with diverse groups of people, providing exceptional service for customers/clients, and managing on-the-job stressors.

 

Humanities Elective

4

Humanities Arts Requirement**

4

Mathematics/Science Elective

4

Social Science Elective

4

Foreign Language - 2 sequential courses in the same language

8

General Education Core Humanities Elective

4

General Education Core Mathematics/Science Elective

4

General Education Core Social Science Elective

4



180 QUARTER CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

In the final quarter most on-site courses are offered only during the late afternoon and early evening so as not to interfere with internships.

*12 Liberal Arts credits must be at the 300/400 level.

**Please select 4 credits from the following list of humanities arts courses:

HUM180 Introduction to Drawing 
HUM200 Arts in Contemporary Society 

 


Interior Design Management
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)

This program is offered at the Woodland Park location only. Continuing Interior Design students will remain at Paramus.

 

 


B.S., Interior Design Management 2014 Course Requirements

Interior Design Management
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)

 

Course Requirements

MAJOR COURSES

Qtr. hrs. credit

4 Credit Hours

Students gain a solid foundation in basic drafting techniques through hands-on instruction in the proper use of drafting materials and tools. Topics include plan, elevation, section, and scale.

 

3 Credit Hours

An introduction to the development of basic freehand sketches. Course emphasizes quick sketch techniques and rapid visualization. Students learn a variety of drawing media and rendering techniques for visually communicating design concepts.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the principles and elements of design. Emphasis upon conceptual analysis and problem solution in two- and three-dimensional design. Students examine the psychological and cultural impact of form, space, and volume in making appropriate design decisions.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

3 Credit Hours

Introduces principles of 2D composition with emphasis on color use and color theory to create effective graphic presentations/visual design communication. Students are introduced to traditional and digital media.

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces AutoCAD as a drafting tool. Students learn to use CAD to create and edit plans, elevations, and section views of designs for use in design studies and presentations. Students also learn presentation styles, drawing organization, and other techniques used in professional practice.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces space planning basics with an emphasis upon conceptual analysis. Students learn space planning and furniture arrangement from a functional and aesthetic viewpoint. Introduces major parameters of interior design including human factors, ADA, and universal design. Provides continued development of design theory.

Prerequisites: INT120, INT150

 

4 Credit Hours

Study of the history of architecture focusing on interiors, furniture, and decorative arts from ancient times through the 18th century. Emphasis on how the classical world influenced the major periods following it, including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo.

 

4 Credit Hours

Study of the history of architecture focusing on interiors, furniture, and decorative arts from the mid-18th century through the present. Covers the evolution of modernism throughout Europe and the United States.

Prerequisite: INT170

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides students with more advanced commands used to create, modify, annotate, and print drawings to be used for presentation and production. Emphasizes skills and methods used in professional practice to create drawings that follow industry standards and encourages teamwork.

Prerequisite: INT150

 

3 Credit Hours

Students refine the techniques of constructing one- and two-point perspective drawings. Emphasizes visualization techniques and rendering to enhance images.

Prerequisites: INT100, INT110

 

4 Credit Hours

Explores architectural lighting, including basic calculations and color-rendering theory. Covers fundamentals of electricity and the importance of psychology and lighting. Detailed reflected ceiling plans and lighting schedules as well as design and model making of a lighting fixture are included in the studio projects.

Prerequisite: INT160

 

4 Credit Hours

Students learn the appropriate selection, application, and installation of materials and finishes used in the interior environment. Course emphasizes the basic materials, manufacturing, and specification processes and characteristics of goods specified by the interior designer.

Prerequisite: INT100

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces the study of residential environments and the planning of interior spaces. Emphasizes the design process from initial client contact/programming through schematic and final design. Topics include space planning/presentation skills; review of human factors; and the physiologic, psychological, and social needs of clients and the public.

Prerequisite: INT220

 

4 Credit Hours

Examines interior design and architectural systems. Topics include construction methods and materials with focus on the mixed masonry-wood structures. Explores foundation, floor, wall, and roof systems, and covers site analysis, regulatory factors, and zoning ordinances.

Prerequisite: INT230

 

2 Credit Hours

Explores career-development opportunities and strategies. Stresses entry-level job requirements and upward career paths. Covers resume writing skills, interviewing techniques, and the importance of professionalism. Continues the student's orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes content collection, and how to compile a professional design portfolio.

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides a field-based internship experience, where students acquire career/professional skills within the interior design industry.

Prerequisite: INT281

 



BUSINESS COURSES


4 Credit Hours

Covers basic financial accounting elements, definitions, and statements. Students learn how to read and understand financial statements and how to use them in making financial business decisions.

 

4 Credit Hours

Explores the nature and scope of business, examines its component parts, and describes how businesses are organized and managed. Students will learn about the various internal and external forces that comprise our business and economic system.

 

4 Credit Hours

Examines the conversion of ideas into successful business ventures. Topics include developing ideas for entrepreneurial ventures, testing the feasibility of ideas, evaluating the impact of business ownership on a person’s lifestyle, preparing business plans, seeking expert advice, securing financing, and avoiding common pitfalls.

Prerequisite: BUS100

 

4 Credit Hours

Examines operational theories of management under the functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Emphasizes the manager’s role in creating and maintaining an internal environment for performance. Students discuss cases in detail.

Prerequisite: BUS100 or prior approval

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides an introduction to the fundamental principles and practices in the marketing process. Provides a detailed study of each marketing mix tool (product, price, place, promotion) along with introduction to marketing research and consumer behavior.

 

4 Credit Hours

Stresses the philosophical underpinning of public relations practices, including the importance of management and planning, ethics and research, communication, and public opinion. Explores practical applications, such as the emergence of video and the integration of public relations, marketing, and advertising into broader marketing communications campaigns.

Prerequisite: MKT220

 

4 Credit Hours

Provides an in-depth review of the marketing research function in a contemporary business environment. Students discuss the various methods employed to collect, evaluate, and interpret marketing information in order to make more effective marketing decisions.

Prerequisites: MAT215, MKT220

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to computer technology with an emphasis on applications. Students learn how to use software packages, such as Microsoft Windows, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Includes an orientation to Berkeley College’s computer framework, which includes Blackboard, content collection, and portfolio development.

 



LIBERAL ARTS COURSES*


4 Credit Hours

An introduction to expository writing through a comprehensive survey of forms of composition. Students are taught to use words with precision and strengthen their understanding and application of grammatical and rhetorical principles. Students are encouraged to appreciate and incorporate the principles of academic and professional writing.

 

4 Credit Hours

Strengthens the writing, reading, and interpretive abilities introduced in ENG105. Encourages students to develop an appreciation and understanding of various works of literature and utilize literature to enhance critical thinking and writing.

Prerequisite: ENG105

 

4 Credit Hours

Designed to help students improve oral communication skills. Emphasis is placed on identifying good and poor speech habits, techniques for improving speech, oral interpretation, effective speech planning and delivery, and interpersonal communication.

Prerequisite: ENG106

 

4 Credit Hours

Introduces students to solving problems by using geometric and algebraic approaches and appropriate technology. Topics include the Cartesian coordinate system, linear equations, absolute value, rational and exponential functions, systems of linear equations, and linear inequalities.

Prerequisite: CSK099 or placement

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to statistical methods and procedures. Students become acquainted with the collection, analysis, and presentation of quantitative data. Topics include basic concepts of probability, frequency distributions, binomial distributions, sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and regression and correlation.

Prerequisite: MAT211

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to the study of macroeconomics. Provides a brief history of economics, from Adam Smith to the present. Students will learn the theories of contemporary macroeconomics, as well as their application and impact in today’s world.

 

4 Credit Hours

An introduction to the study of microeconomics. Focuses on individual markets and the personal choices concerning those markets. Students gain an understanding of what determines the prices of particular goods and services, as well as what determines the output and profits of individual firms and wages of individual workers.

Prerequisite: SOC201

 

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop the interpersonal skills known to be key ingredients for successful everyday interactions with coworkers, supervisors, and customers/clients at any work environment. Some major skill areas covered in the course include making a good impression with your employer, managing conflict with difficult coworkers, working on a team with diverse groups of people, providing exceptional service for customers/clients, and managing on-the-job stressors.

 

Humanities Electives

6

Mathematics/Science Electives

12

Social Science Electives

12

Liberal Arts Electives

12

General Education Core Humanities Elective

4

General Education Core Mathematics/Science Elective

4

General Education Core Social Science Elective

4

FREE ELECTIVES

3



180 QUARTER CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

In the final quarter most on-site courses are offered only during the late afternoon and early evening so as not to interfere with internships.

*24 Liberal Arts credits must be at the 300/400 level.