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.
This certificate can provide students an opportunity to support entry level interior design positions. Many opportunities exist in retail stores (paint, flooring, lighting, and furniture), home staging, visual merchandising and as an interior designer's assistant.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information
|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|
The Design Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.