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Orange Coast College TRAVEL AND TOURISM AS DEGREE (CONTINUED) process, principles and elements of design, materials and products, and application of color theories. Students participate in a term-long internship rotating through various sites, including an international tour operation, the State Tourism Information Booth at a local airport, convention and visitor’s bureaus, and tour guiding at a local attraction. The culmination of the internship experience is a tour to a selected destination for which student’s research, negotiate, and develop a highly focused itinerary for their eagerly anticipated journey. Program Outcome 1. Upon completion of the program, students have the opportunity to enter the travel and tourism industry or may choose to continue their studies in the bachelor’s degree program of Travel-Tourism Management, Hospitality Management, and International Hotel & Tourism Management. Course Units Students are required to obtain a grade of “C” or better in all required courses. Program Outcome 1. The outcome of the Associate in Science Degree level is to prepare students for employment as a supervisor or manager within the travel and tourism industry. In addition, the outcome of this level is for students to transfer. Travel Agency Specialist Certificate of Achievement Subtotal 42 Course Units Select a minimum of nine (9) units from the following: Hospitality Accounting HTT Principles of Meeting and Event Management HTT Incentive Travel HTT Corporate Meetings and Events HTT Catering Design and Management HTT Leadership Development HTT Hospitality Operations HTT Human Resource Management HTT FIRST SEMESTER Architectural Drawing & Design Visualization 1 ARCH A105 Or Design Communication 1: Design Graphics ID A110 Fundamentals of Interior Design ID A100 Interior Design Studio 1 ID A105 Interior Design Careers ID A120 History of Interior Archictecture and Furnishings 1 ID A180 Required Prerequisites: To prepare students for entry-level employment in retail furnishing and merchandising and to prepare students for the Level 2- Interior Design Associate in Science Degree. Subtotal SECOND SEMESTER Color & Design: Two-Dimensional ART A110 Or Applied Color and Design Theory ID A175 Design Communication 2: CAD 2-D ID A130 Interior Materials and Products ID A150 History of Interior Architecture and Furnishings 2 ID A190 Professional Selling MKTG A110 2 2 3 3 2 3 12 3 2 3 3 3 A118 A265 A268 A271 A278 A281 A285 A288 3 1.5 1 1 1.5 2 3 3 Subtotal 9 Program Major Units 51 General Education Breadth for AS Degree 18 Total Degree Units Subtotal 15 Total Units 27 LEVEL 2 — INTERIOR DESIGN ASSISTANT ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE The Level 2 Interior Design Assistant degree furthers the process of education by offering additional knowledge in design history, space planning, drafting, illustration, computer applications, selection and specification of materials and products, lighting, construction documents, building codes, business/ professional practices, plus internship and portfolio development. Course information is applied to both residential and commercial design. 69 Program Outcomes 1. INTERIOR DESIGN The Interior Design Program at Orange Coast College is dedicated to helping students develop their fullest potential in academic, professional and personal skills, preparing them for a rewarding career in design. This exceptional, multi- level program, developed by educators and industry professionals, promotes an interdisciplinary, equal opportunity education committed to building confident, responsible and socially aware individuals who will contribute to quality of life through interior design. The OCC Interior Design Program Mission is achieved through the following sequential tri-level curriculum. LEVEL 1 — INTERIOR MERCHANDISING CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT The Interior Merchandising certificate prepares students for employment in retail furnishings and merchandising with a working knowledge of the design 114 To prepare students for entry-level employment as an interior design assistant to a professional interior designer. In addition, the outcome of this level is for students to progress to Level 3 – Interior Design Professional Level and/or for transfer. Required Prerequisites: Level 1 Interior Merchandizing Certificate of Achievement Subtotal 27 Course Units THIRD SEMESTER Space Planning Design Communication 3: Illustration Fundamentals of Lighting Design Communication 4: Digital Visualization ID ID ID ID A170 A200 A210 A260 3 3 3 3 Subtotal 12 Continued on next page