West Allis Campus
Interior designers use creativity, technical knowledge and aesthetics to create solutions that improve the function and quality of interior environments. Coursework includes manual and computer-aided design (CAD) drawing, commercial and residential planning, design fundamentals and an overview of the design process. Students also study the interrelations of color, lighting and materials.
Career Outlook: Demand for interior designers is strongest in kitchen and bath design and remodeling, and in corporate and industrial facilities design. Graduates also may work in architectural firms, furniture dealerships, furniture showrooms and design studios.
Career Pathway: This program features exploratory courses that count toward a credential. Work continues to develop the program into a fully embedded Career Pathway.
Program Code: 10-304-1
Start Dates: August/January
Special Admission Requirements: Demonstration of proficiency in basic computer skills or completion of COMPSW-106.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2016 – Spring 2017 Course Requirements