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Design: Interior Design-Home Furnishings (A.A.S.)–This program is designed to prepare students for immediate job placement in the interior design and decorating fields as design assistants, stylists, showroom representatives, design sales associates, Computer Aided Design (CAD) assistants, assistant colorists, and trainees for design publications. The program consists of a liberal arts component and technical courses developed in accordance with current industry standards. Students are provided with the required skills to work and grow in the field. The liberal arts background aids in the pursuit of a four-year degree. This program consists of technical courses developed in accordance with industry standards.

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Design: Interior Design-Home Furnishings
A.A.S. Program
Hegis Code: 5012

Total Credits: 68-70

First Semester Credits
ART 111 Drawing I 3
ENS 101 Graphics 1
ENG 101Composition I 3
INT 101 Interior Design Studio I 3
INT 104 Color for Home Furnishings and Design 3
INT 203 Presentation Techniques for Interior Designer 3
PED Activity Course(s) 1
Total Semester Credits 17
Second Semester Credits
INT 102 History of Furnishing and Design 3
INT 105 Resources and Materials 3
INT 201 Interior Design Studio II 3
Mathematics Elective 3-4
PED Activity Course(s) 1
Social Sciences Elective 3
Total Semester Credits 16-17
Third Semester Credits
ENS 105 Introduction to CAD 2
HED Health Elective 2-3
INT 103 Trends in Furniture and Lighting Design 3
INT 301 Interior Design Studio III 3
Laboratory Science Elective 4
Social Sciences Elective 3
Total Semester Credits 17-18
Fourth Semester  Credits
CET 107 Codes and Construction 3
COM 101 Interpersonal Communication or
ENG 102 Composition II
Humanities Elective 3
INT 107 Professional Practices and Business Techniques 3
INT 142 Field Training 3
INT 401 Interior Design Studio IV 3
Total Semester Credits 18