ID - Interior Design Outcomes
AAS: Interior Design
- Apply the principles and concepts of color and design throughout the creation of residential client-based
- Produce architecturally accurate drawings by applying correct architectural graphics and drafting
- Incorporate and articulate appropriate historical perspectives in creating residential projects.
- Apply research and evaluation skills in the selection and use of products/ materials including sustainable
- Apply building codes and an understanding of the Americans with Disability Act to residential design
- Utilize an understanding of professional practice methodology, ethics, selling techniques, and
communication/ listening skills.
- Apply skills in leadership, negotiation, interpersonal and teamwork communication.
Two Year Certificate: Kitchen and Bath
- Identify aesthetic and spatial requirements for a project, by observation of space and client interview; create design solutions using elements and principles of design.
- Apply universal and accessible design criteria to meet client needs.
- Incorporate environmental considerations, using knowledge of sustainable building practices and specification of sustainable products, materials and appliances.
- Prepare contract documents, using industry standards for written and graphic communication
One- Year Certificate: Design for Accessibility and Aging in Place
- Identify design criteria required for universally-designed residential interiors.
- Consult with other designers, builders and architects on design requirements for interiors that do not discriminate based on ability of clients
Less than One-Year Certificate: Interior Furnishings
- Source and specify interior furnishings that include furniture, finishes, floor coverings, light fixtures and window treatments.
- Apply skills associated with the sales industry side of the interior design and decorating professions.
- Guide interior design and decorating clients in procuring appropriate furnishings