The program is committed to professionalism in the field of interior design. To accomplish this goal, the program strives to achieve excellence in the quality of education offered. Accreditation by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) is a testimony to that commitment.
In the Interior Design program, students may focus on kitchen and bath, residential, or commercial design. The program consists of classroom instruction followed by an internship.
An important aspect of the Interior Design program is participation in professional organizations, competitions, and a variety of field trip experiences.
This Interior Design program has been established for men and women who have a strong desire to affect people’s lives through the field of interior design. Applicants should enjoy interacting with people, be perceptive and have an interest in style and the fine arts. High school courses in interior design, architectural drawing, art, art appreciation, marketing, sales and computer skills are strongly recommended for enrollment in this program. Enrollees should understand that most employers require sales work of varying types and degrees.
Interior Design Students Raise Money for Local Food Shelf