• To provide students with an undergraduate professional course of study that conforms to the established academic standards for interior design education.

  • To create a strong foundation in the basic principles and elements of design, drawing and color in order to develop a non-verbal design language, visual logic, and fluency of expression.

  • To help the student learn to think critically about a design problem before, during and after creating a design solution.

  • To develop skills in applying design principles in a wide variety of residential and non-residential projects; requiring knowledge of space planning, materials, finishes, textiles, lighting, surfaces, structures and codes.

  • To provide a beginning awareness of business practices as they relate to interior design and the designer's ethical responsibilities to the profession and society.

Interior Design 101

  • History of Interior Design and Learning all Schools of Interior Design

  • Understanding of Interior Spaces and Fundamentals of Space Planning

  • Colors Theory and Application

  • Introduction to Interior Design Drawings.

  • Human Factors

  • Principles of Interior Design

  • Mood Board & Sample Board

  • Course Project 1  

Interior Design 102

  • Presentation Skill ( Photoshop)

  • Materials and Finishes

  • Introduction to AutoCAD (3 Classes)

  • MEP Drawings

  • Introduction to Sketch-Up (3 Classes)

  • Quantity

  • Course finalProject