Interior Design (IND.S.AAS)
65.0 Credit Hours
The program prepares students for careers in the creative, detail-oriented field of interior design. Students will develop the knowledge and technical skills necessary to design an interior. Developing floor plans and selecting and coordinating colors, floor and wall coverings are common tasks performed by interior designers. They also place furniture, fixture and cabinetry, and prepare drawings, cost estimates and contracts. Sustainability, building codes, the ADA and basic business practices are included, as well as the development of individual design portfolios.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the business fundamentals of interior design.
- Recognize, understand and use the language and jargon of interior design.
- Apply critical thinking and creative problem- solving skills to a variety of interior design problems.
- Develop professional quality presentations and demonstrate adequate written and oral communication skills.
- Discuss the history, fundamentals and basic theories of interior design.
- Interior Design Drawings