The fundamentals of design, the building blocks of a career.

This program prepares students for entry-level positions in interior design as well as kitchen and bath design. Students apply elements and principles of design, space planning, textiles, and furnishings as they relate to residential and commercial interiors. Basic drafting, drawing, and presentation skills will be emphasized throughout the program. Applying current technology, students develop and present projects stressing public health, safety, and welfare. They will gain a basic understanding of the interior design practice and the industry as a whole. The program provides a solid foundation for further study in the interior design field. This program is accredited by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), 687 Willow Grove Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840; (800) 843-6522. This program is accredited on the Auburn Hills and Clinton Township campuses.

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To look around the corner and into the future at what could be, what might be, and begin to have… discussions and take those steps to incorporate those into our curriculm for our students so they have an opportunity to stay at the cutting edge of technology…

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