You get that irresistible urge to rearrange furniture, repaint your kitchen or change the “feel” of your office. Your friends marvel at your ability to change a room from impersonal to inviting. Your living space isn't just a place to hang out; it's a creative statement of who you are and what you love to do - interior design.
This is an arena where color, texture, fabric, and light paint an inviting environment. Interior designers must have a thorough understanding of efficient space planning, color, pattern, lighting, furniture, and materials. In early courses, you’ll learn the basics of drawing, drafting, color and design, along with the fundamentals you'll learn the basics of drawing, drafting, color, design, and the fundamentals of space planning and perspective. Graduates will be prepared for entry-level interior design jobs.
A Sample of Subjects You'll Study:
• Perspective for Interior Design
• Color Theory
• Space Planning
• Architectural Detailing