Program of Study
Curriculum content includes residential and non-residential interior design, architectural drafting, computer-aided design, sustainable design principles/practices, and universal design. Also included are basic design, history of interiors and furnishings, products, business practices, graphic presentations, general education courses as well as cooperative education.
An Interior Design degree can start you on a variety of career paths, listed below is a sampling of industries that employ interior designers. These careers can be in-house or contract basis / self-employed.
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Think the Interior Design Program may be the right fit for you?
Check out our video to see examples of student work and a radio interview with our program coordinator to learn more!
Recommended Courses and Skills
Strong art background, drawing and computer drafting skills.
Helpful Personal Attributes
An interest in design, good decision-making skills, good oral and written communication skills, and computer skills. The willingness to adapt to changing technology, the ability to manage detailed projects and the ability to work in a team environment.
Student Work Examples
- Definition of Interior Design per CIDQ
- Interior Design vs. Interior Decorating
- NCIDQ – National Licensing for Interior Designers
- NCIDQ – Eligibility Requirements
- Our Facebook page
- Whats is Interior Design?
- American Society of Interior Designers
- International Interior Design Association
- US Green Building Council – NC Chapter
- NKBA National
- NKBA Carolina Chapter
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If you would like additional information about the Interior Design Program, contact Gisele Taylor-Wells, Department Chair/Program Coordinator at 336.757.3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.