The Scottsdale Community College Honors Program fosters critical thinking and academic excellence among students who are motivated to pursue academic enrichment. The program offers specially designated honors classes, monthly Honors Forum speakers, and various other events throughout the year.
Recommended Sequence for Interior Design Majors
The following sequence of courses is intended to give students the recommended order in which courses should be taken. Fall/spring schedules are designed with course sequencing in mind.
Due to the demand for our classes, this recommended sequencing is strongly encouraged. Please check with Program Advisor, Gera King, early in your program for a personalized schedule if you are going part-time.
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Interior Design: Professional Level offers specialized knowledge within the interiors industry.
The AAS in Interior Design equips students with a background in the conceptual, technical and historical aspects of interior design. Students study basic design, color, history of architecture and furniture, interior materials, hand and computer drafting, space planning, and presentation techniques. Studio projects allow students to identify, research, and solve design issues.
The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Forensic Science: Crime Lab prepares students for employment in forensic crime labs as assistants to crime lab criminalists and provides the first half of a four-year undergraduate program of study designed to prepare students as crime lab criminalists. The program combines crime scene technology and criminal justice courses with general education courses and additional math, physics, and chemistry courses.