Interior Design

Associate of Applied Science Degree

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The Interior Design program provides students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the principles and elements of design and to study technical and visual interior elements as well as professional business practices related to the multi-faceted design industry. Students have the opportunity for more in-depth study of residential or commercial design through studio classes. The educational experience is enhanced with an internship.

Students may complete deficiencies concurrently with the beginning courses in the program. Students not meeting a course prerequisite must have instructor permission to enroll.

General Education Courses

ART 110

Art Appreciation: AH1

3

COM 115

Public Speaking

3

CSC 105

Computer Literacy

3

ENG 131

Technical Writing I

3

MAT 107

Career Math

3

 

15

Other Course Requirements

CAD 105

AutoCAD for Interiors

4

IND 100

Interior Design Fundamentals

4

IND 107

History of Interior Design

3

IND 111

Drafting for Interiors

4

IND 113

Perspective & Rendering

3

IND 117

Interior Textiles

2

IND 118

Interior Finishes

2

IND 120

Interior Design II: Space Planning & Human Factors

3

IND 151

Residential Design

4

IND 161

Introduction to Kitchen & Bath Design

3

IND 201

Commercial Design

4

IND 205

Professional Practice for Interior Designers

2

IND 211

Interior Construction

4

IND 220

Interior Design III: Materials, Details, Codes & Specs

3

IND 225

Lighting Design

3

IND 288

Practicum

1

IND 289

Capstone: Advanced Design

3

Electives from list below

8

 

 

60

Total Credit Hours

75

Approved Electives

ART 121

Drawing I

3

ART 230

Color Theory

3

CAD 215

Advanced CAD for Interiors

3

IND 152

Commercial Design I

2

IND 231

Sustainable Design

3

IND 261

Advanced Kitchen & Bath

4

IND 278

Workshop: Design Portfolio

1

IND 280

Internship

2