Associate of Fine Arts: Interior Design
NEW! Tracks for Interior Design 2015/2016: Commercial and Residential
Commercial Track – This track includes the study of space planning of corporate sectors including retail, healthcare, and hospitality industries.
Residential Track – Residential design for home interior space planning; either from the initial planning stage or remodeling an existing structure.Mission: The interior design program combines theoretical exploration and practical experience. Students begin by learning how to develop strong design concepts. Proceeding through the curriculum, they accumulate skills necessary to transform their ideas into creative and functional designs. Students explore space planning, furnishings and materials, color and lighting, as well as basic construction systems and building code requirements. Drawing on the rich design resources of the region, the faculty is composed of active, practicing professionals in the field. Graduates leave DCAD with the basic knowledge and tools to continue their professional education.
Syllabi with Supply Lists and Costs
Please note that this new track programming begins with the incoming Fall 2015 class.