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Effective During the 14/15 Academic Year

TO: CSU LONG BEACH                    

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
 
Transfer Students may only enter at the upper division (junior) level. You are considered an upper-division transfer student if you will have completed 60 or more transferable quarter units by the end of the prior Spring Term for Fall entrance of the prior Summer Term for Spring entrance. As an upper-division transfer student, you MUST meet minimum CSU admission requirements to be considered for admission, as stated on the admissions web site http://www.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/admissions/transfers.html . The CSU GE (General Education) requirements in Written Communication, Oral Communication, Critical Thinking and Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning MUST be completed with a grade of "C" or better by the end of the prior Spring Term for Fall admissions or by the end of the prior Summer Term for Spring admission. 
 
DUE TO ENROLLMENT DEMAND, EFFECTIVE FALL 2009, CSULB WILL IMPLEMENT COMPETITIVE ADMISSIONS FOR THE TRANSFER CLASS. Please refer to the admissions web site for details: http://www.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/admissions/transfers.html 
 
FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE            TO: CSU LONG BEACH
     
ID 14 History of Furniture & Decorative Arts (3)   General Education Section C
ID 20 Color and Design Theory I (3)   DESN 120A  Fundamentals of Design I (3)
ID 21 Color and Design Theory II (3)   DESN 120B  Fundamentals of Design II (3)
ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design (3)   DESN 141  Interior Architectural Drafting (3)
ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing for Interior Design (3)   DESN 142  Beginning Space Planning (3)
ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design (3)   DESN 143  Materials of Interiors (3)
ID 12 Materials and Products for Interior Design (3)   DESN 232A  Visualization Techniques (3)
ID 27 Rapid Visualization (3)   DESN 244  Lighting Design for Interior Architecture 
ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory for Interior Design (3)   DESN 245  Building Systems for Interior Architecture 
ID 31  Building Systems for Interior Design   DESN 132A  Perspective and Rendering Systems 
ArtD 16 Drawing: Perspective   DESN 132B  Perspective and Rendering Systems
ID 39 Interior Design Studio II (3)   (By Portfolio Review Only)
 
Students MUST achieve "C" or better in each course required by the major. 
 
The Courses shown above constitute lower-division coursework required for this major for this catalog year. In addition, lower-division general education coursework is required (select General Education/Breadth on the main menu). This additional coursework can either be completed at a California Community College by achieving CSU-GE or IGETC certification (see a counselor for details), or the General Education/Breadth course list in effect at matriculation must be completed at CSULB. Be advised that lower-division course requirements are subject to change from year to year, and catalog rights (actual course requirements) will be established for the student effective with the catalog in effect as of the first term of matrulcation. Questions regarding this agreement may be directed to the CSULB Articulation Assistant at (562) 985-7171 or (562) 985-1746 or by email at nsharifAT_csulb.edu
 
THE ABOVE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT IS SUBJECT TO PERIODIC REVISION AND PORTFOLIO REVIEW, PLEASE CONSULT A COUNSELOR EVERY SEMESTER TO OBTAIN CORRECT INFORMATION ABOUT POSSIBLE CHANGES IN ARTICULATED COURSES. 
Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: WOODBURY UNIVERSITY                    

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture 
 
Students who are currently attending or who have previously attended a college or university are considered transfer applicants. There is a minimum number of units required for transfer. To receive full consideration for admission, candidates must submit all required documents on or before the priority filing date of March 1, 2010. Applications will be accepted after this date, but decisions will be made on a space-available basis. Applicants are expected to be in good academic standing at all previous institutions attended. Students must submit official transcripts from all colleges previously attended. Applicants who have completed fewer than 30 transferable semester units or 45 transferable quarter units at the college level are required to provide official SAT I or ACT scores.
                                                                               
Transfer Articulation Agreements with Two-Year Colleges
Woodbury University has articulation agreements with many California community and junior colleges. These agreements facilitate the course selection process for students who wish to transfer to Woodbury University from a community college. All courses on the agreement do not need to be completed before transferring; articulation agreements are intended as a guide for course selection. Formal articulation agreements currently exist between Woodbury University and many colleges in California and other states. For further information please call the Office of Admissions (818) 767-0888, ext. 221.
 
FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE            TO: WOODBURY UNIVERSITY  
     
ID14 History of Furniture & Decorative Arts (3)   IA 164 IA History 1 (3)
ID29 Interior Design Studio I * (3)   IA 105 Design Studio 1 (3) 
ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design (3)   FO 101 Beginning Drawing (3)
ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)   FO 102 Design and Color 1 (3)
ID 21 Color & Design Theory II (3)   FO 103 Design and Color 2 (3)
ID39 Interior Design Studio II * (3)   IA 106 Design Studio 2 (3)
ID12 Materials and Products for Interior Design (3)   IA 256 Materials and Furnishings (3)
ID34 Computer Aided Design B(3)   IA 111 Digital Communication (3)
ID23 Computer Aided Design A (3)   IA 111 Digital Communication (3)
ID26 Space Planning for Interior Design * (3)   IA 252 Space Planning (3) 
ID25 Codes and Specifications for Interior Design (3)   IA 258 Bldg Systems and Codes (3)
ID31 Building Systems for Interior Design (3)   IA 258 Bldg Systems and Codes (3)
ID32 Lighting Design * (3)   IA 365 Lighting Design (3)
* In addition to course transcripts these courses need a portfolio review by WU IA Chair

Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: CSU CHICO                   

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
 
Upper-division applicants must meet the following requirements (summer or intersession work completed during the term immediately prior to enrollment cannot be used for eligibility):
 
Complete at least 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units)
Complete at least 30 semester units of general education with a C or better. The 30 units MUST include all of the general education requirements in communication (oral communication, English composition, critical thinking), and one course in college-level mathematics.
Have a cumulative transferable grade point average of at least 2.0 or better in college course work.
Be in good academic standing at the last institution attended.
 
Impaction Criteria: CSU, Chico is an impacted campus for upper-division transfer students. In addition to meeting the general CSU transfer admission requirements, students from outside of our local admission area may be held to a higher GPA requirement. This GPA will be decided based on the characteristics of the applicant pool.

Local admission area is defined as 30 or more transferable units from one or more of the community colleges: Butte College, College of the Siskiyous, Feather River College, Lassen College, Shasta College, or Yuba College by the end of spring 2011.

PLEASE NOTE:  If your general education math, English, oral communication, and/or critical thinking courses are in progress at the time of application, you must provide verification of your grade in these courses before you will be allowed to register for classes at Chico. Please use this Confirmation of Final Grade form (pdf). 
 
FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE TO: CSU CHICO          
   
ID10 Introduction to Interior Design (3)
IDES 115 Introduction to Interior Design   (3)
ID22 Design Drawing for Interior Design (3)
IDES 231 Graphics I: Architectural Drafting for ID   (3)
ID27 Rapid Visualization (3)
IDES Graphics II: Design Dev. & Communication (3)

 

Students must achieve "C" or better in each course required by the major. 
 
THE ABOVE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT IS SUBJECT TO PERIODIC REVISION.  PLEASE CONSULT A COUNSELOR EVERY SEMESTER TO OBTAIN CURRECT INFORMATION ABOUT POSSIBLE CHANGES IN ARTICULATED COURSES.
Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: CSU NORTHRIDGE                   

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
 
All upper division transfer students need to:
  • have completed a minimum of 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) with a grade point average of 2.0 or better (2.4 for non-residents)
    be in good standing at the last college or university attended
  • have completed the CSU General Education Writing, Mathematics, Critical Thinking and Speech Communication courses with a C or better*
  • submit all official college transcripts including Work in Progress to Admissions and Records
    New!  Official transcripts showing completion of 60 units and the 4 basic subjects must be postmarked or hand delivered to Admissions and Records by the following due date:
    • Fall 2011: August 12, 2011
 
     
ID10 Introduction to Interior Design (3)   FCS 114  Intro to Interior Design (1) 
     & FCS 114L Lab (1) 
ID12 Materials and Products for Interior Design (3)   FCS 214 ID ID Mats, Standards & Specs (1)
    & FCS 214L ID Mats, Standards & Specs Lab (2)
ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)   FCS 170 Creative Expression in Fam. Env. Sci. (2)
ID22 Design Drawing for Interior Design (3)   FCS 113 Drafting for Interior Design (3)
ID23 Computer Aided Design A (3)   FCS 213 Computer Applications for ID (1)
    & FCS 213L Computer Applications for ID Lab (2)
ID26 Space Planning for Interior Design * (3)   FCS 211 Interior Design I (3) 

Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: SAN JOSE STATE                   

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
 
Community College students should meet with a counselor as soon as possible to determine the equivalent courses offered at that institution. Students should complete as many as possible of the lower division requirements listed below, prior to transfer.
 
Additional Lower Division Graduation Requirements

Lower Division General Education (39 semester or 58 quarter units) - some of the courses listed below may be approved for general education credit as well as major preparation at your institution. Please see your college counselor/advisor to review your general education in order to receive FULL OR PARTIAL CERTIFICATION PRIOR TO TRANSFER to San José State University. You may be required to take additional lower division general education courses if you do not provide SJSU WITH A FULL OR PARTIAL CERTIFICATION OF GENERAL EDUCATION upon transfer.

American Institutions Requirement - up to six semester units (8 qtr) taken to meet the Amer Inst requirement, may also be used to satisfy the lower division general education requirements.

Physical Education Requirement (2 courses) - at least 2 different activities.
 
     
ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)   ART 14 Color (3)
ID26 Space Planning for Interior Design * (3)   DSIT 34 Int. Architecture Foundation Studio (3)
ID27 Rapid Visualization (3)   Tech 27 Fund. of Arch. Graphics (3)
    DSIT 27 Fund. of Arch. Graphics (3)
ID36 Professional Practices for Interior Design (3)   ART 1 Intro. to the Study of Art & Design (1)

Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: SAN FRANCISCO STATE                   

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
 
Lower Division
Freshman and sophomore students who have completed fewer than 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) are considered lower-division transfer students. SF State is not accepting applications from lower division transfer students.

Upper Division
Junior and senior students who have completed 60 or more transferable semester units (90 quarter units) are considered upper-division transfer students

For a printable .pdf that outlines transfer eligibility requirements for Fall 2011, go to: www.sfsu.edu/future/apply/transfereligibility2011.pdf
 
FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE            TO: SAN FRANCISCO STATE
           
ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)   ID 240 Color and Design (3)

Effective During the 10/11 Academic Year
 
TO: CAL POLY POMONA                   

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Interior Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture
 
*Interior Architecture                           
Through a unique partnership with Cal Poly Pomona, UCLA Extension now provides a rigorous curriculum leading to the Master of Interior Architecture Degree. Not only is our program fully accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), it’s the only one in the nation offered on a continuing education basis. This allows you to study at your convenience full time or part time and to apply for admission during any academic quarter.
                                                                               
*Interior Design Certificate: Foundation Level
This course of study includes 18 courses and provides a basic foundation level of education in Interior Design. For students who already have a Bachelor's Degree, completion of this certificate with a grade of "B" or better will make them eligible for the advanced course of study leading to a Master or Interior Architecture degree. n and sophomore students who have completed fewer than 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) are considered lower-division transfer students.
 
* Information from UCLA Extension Web-Sight (https://www.uclaextension.edu/arc_id/Pages/default.aspx) 

 

FROM: MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE         TO: CAL POLY POMONA/UCLA EXTENSIONS
     
ID10 Introduction to Interior Design (3)   X 4358 Fundamentals of Interior Architecture (4)
ID22 Design Drawing for Interior Design (3)   X 467.17A Design Communication I (6)
ID10 Introduction to Interior Design (3)  
 AND ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)  
ID20 Color & Design Theory I (3)   X 452 Color Theory and Application (4)
ID25 Codes and Specifications for Interior Design (3)   X 466E Design Communication II (6)
ID21 Color & Design Theory II (3)   X 454B Elements of Design II (4)
ID36 Portfolio Development (3)   X 468.20 Digital Presentation I: Photoshop/Illustrator (4)
ID27 Rapid Visualization (3)   X 466F Design Communication III (6)
ID14 History of Furniture & Decorative Arts (3)   X 427.8A History of Environmental Arts: Part 1
ID23 Computer Aided Design A (3)   X 468.5A Digital Presentation II: 2D CAD/AutoCAD (4)
ID34 Computer Aided Design B(3)   X 468.13A Revit Architecture I (4)
ID12 Materials and Products for Interior Design (3)   X 427.7 Surface Materials (4)
ID25 Codes and Specifications for Interior Design (3)  
AND ID26 Space Planning for Interior Design (3)  
ID32 Lighting Design (3)   X 467.15 Lighting Design (4)  

 

In addition to course transcripts all courses are subject to portfolio review prior to approval of transfer.

Contact: Nicholas Sitter, (310) 794-3747 or nsitterAT_unex.ucla.edu

*UCLA Extension Web-Sight (https://www.uclaextension.edu/arc_id/Pages/default.aspx)