Processes for Interior Design IND.S.STC

Short-term Technical Certificate - 24 Credit Hours

Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
Department: Design

What is "Processes for Interior Design"?

This certificate provides students with an introduction in the field of interior design. It will include the following introduction to the design process: problem solving techniques, space planning, production selection, ADA compliancy, ergonomics, lighting, color, furniture placement and accessorizing, scaled floor plan, elevation and detail drawings, defining/applying architectural and interior-related materials, estimating/budgeting products, writing specifications; and, presentation skills.

Program Outcomes

  • Discuss the history, fundamentals and basic theories of interior design.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the business fundamentals of interior design.
  • Apply critical and creative problem-solving skills to a variety of interior design issues.
  • Recognize, understand and use the language and jargon of interior design.
  • Develop professional quality presentations; and, demonstrate adequate written and oral communication skills.
  • Develop and demonstrate interior design drawings.

Additional Information

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information


Course Title Credits
CAT 1101 Architectural Drafting 3
IND 1180 History of Interior Design 3
IND 1230 Residential Design 4
IND 1234 Materials & Textiles 3
IND 1240 Color Theory 3
IND 2130 Non-Residential Design 4
IND 2140 Sustainable Design 4
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Program Accreditation Information

The Design Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

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