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Interior Design

Interior Design Associate of Applied Science

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Program Overview

In the Interior Design program, you'll study the design, safety, and usability issues of creating the spaces where we live, work, and play. Coursework focuses on space planning, traffic patterns, and the colors, surfaces and furnishings that make surroundings comfortable and livable. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as draftsperson, facilities planner, interior designer/decorator, or space planner.
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Program Description

Our associate’s level Interior Design degree program is carefully balanced and designed to provide a three-dimensional understanding of space, form, and function in residential design. In early courses, students have the opportunity to learn the basics of drawing, drafting, color, and design, and the fundamentals of space planning and perspective. In later quarters, students have the opportunity to receive instruction in working drawings, detailing, life safety codes, and learn about textiles and the history of design.

1. Design Theory: Graduates will apply theories and knowledge of design to develop creative solutions to interior design problems.
2. Communication: Graduates will demonstrate effective oral, written and visual communication skills needed for success in the interior design field.
3. Codes & Standards: Graduates will solve interior design problems in accordance with applicable codes and industry standards.
4. Material Use: Graduates will produce effective designs using appropriate materials and products.
5. Professionalism: Graduates will adhere to ethical and legal standards of the interior design profession as demonstrated in a portfolio of their work.
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