INTERIOR DESIGN I and II
Interior Design I students explore career options and professional practices in interior design. Students acquire skills in the design of interior spaces, including selection and application of furnishings, fixtures, equipment, and textiles. Students apply the elements and principles of design, think critically, solve problems, and explore entrepreneurship opportunities within the interior design profession.
Interior Design II is a continuation of Interior Design I.
Interior Design II students examine professional practices and deepen their knowledge of interior design. Students apply the elements and principles of design in the development of design projects. This course emphasizes critical thinking, practical problem solving, and entrepreneurship opportunities within the profession of interior design.