Interior Design

FACULTY:  Ron Anderson

  • Students learn to plan interior spaces of almost every type of building, including offices, airport terminals, theaters, shopping malls, hotels, hospitals and private residences
  • Students learn about all facets of interior design, including: architectural detailing, renovation, location of windows, stairways, escalators and walkways
  • Students work with different colors, textures, furniture, lighting and space that will work together to meet the needs of a building’s occupants
  • College credit available

CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES:

Obtaining interior design certification through the NCIDQ is necessary for earning your professional license in many states and jurisdictions.  To qualify to take the NCIDQ certification exam, you must have a combination of interior design education credit hours and work experience hours

HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT:

1st year – 1 Technology, 2 Elective

2nd year – 3 Elective

COLLEGE PARTNERS/CREDITS EARNED:

Columbus State Community College:  Up to 3 Semester Hours

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS:

Postsecondary education with either an Associate or Bachelor Degree is necessary

For entry-level positions, some states require licensing for Interior Designers