The Interior Design Program offers a strong foundation of knowledge and skills that prepare students to enter this diverse industry for entry-level practice and advanced study.
This intensive program teaches students the core subjects needed in the field of interior design: manipulation of interior spaces and existing buildings. Students are also provided with the understanding of the design and documentation process, and with critical and solution-based thinking. Students are taught to develop and master the necessary skills in freehand and digital drawings, in visual presentation techniques and in communication skills.
Career opportunities are available in the fields of architecture, interiors, set design, exhibition, staging and construction.
This program includes a practicum placement. This experience within a workplace enables Instructional staff to observe the student in a practice situation while providing the student with the opportunity to gain direct exposure to the chosen career field.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to demonstrate:
- Awareness of the nature and value of integrated design practices, familiarity with specific data and information, terminology and language to communicate effectively with allied disciplines and technical collaboration methods
- Understanding the design and documentation process, critical thinking and solutions in relation to the building systems and cost disciplines, from creativity to reality
- Ability to develop and master the necessary skills in freehand and digital drawings, visual presentation techniques and communication skills that are the essential tools needed
- Application of all learned knowledge: For a balanced and integrated design to the building system