Purpose: Develop both aesthetic vision and technical skills to formulate design solutions for residential and commercial interior environments. The program provides an understanding of the design process from client needs, programming, schematic design, design development and product specification, through final presentation. Develops basic knowledge of codes, regulations, health, safety and welfare issues affecting the human environment. Provides pathways toward entry-level positions in interior design or allied fields. Program is ideal for students seeking ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) allied membership. Credits earned may be applied to the Interior Design associate of applied science degree or the advanced interior design certificate.
Range of Occupations
Artwork and accessory representative
Consultant for home decorating center
Design assistant for residential or architectural studios
Interior color consultant
Manufacturer’s representative for interior industry