Interior Design

Studying Interior Design

Interior designers create interior environments that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Students learn design principles and apply them to interior design situations. They learn about the materials to be used, and how color and light, texture, and other elements combine to make the space come together.

Learning Outcomes

Student who complete the program will be able to:
- Design a space suitable for the intended use.
- Master all stages of the design process.
- Plan a space and present the plan visually to the client.
- Use the best interior design software.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the communication of ideas.
- Uphold ethical and professional standards.

Career Opportunities

Graduates design private homes as well as public spaces such as offices, restaurants, malls, museums, hospitals, beach resorts, and so forth.

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Credits

To Graduate

Core Requirements: 18 Credits
Major Core Requirements: 58 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Elective: 3 Credits
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