Virginia College Bachelor in Interior Design
Would you be interested in a career where you create pleasing, functional, and safe surroundings? If so, you may want to look into earning your Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design at Virginia College. Interior Designers work in a wide range of environments, including restaurants, hotels, stores, offices, medical facilities, and homes. They are not only involved with the appearance and d��cor of interiors, but also with developing plans and detailed design solutions, selecting materials, writing specifications, accessibility issues, building codes, architectural drawings, and business practices.
That's just part of the world of Interior Design. You could be a part of it with the training you'll receive from Southern Institute School of Interior Design at Virginia College. The Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree curriculum is designed to meet the educational requirements for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification exam and is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation.
Students in this degree in interior design program will take courses such as Interior Sketching, Architectural Drafting, Space Planning, Building Codes, Perspective Drawing, Building Construction, CAD Fundamentals, Design Fundamentals, History of Architecture and Interiors, Materials and Finishes, Digital Applications for Interior Designers, Residential Design, Commercial Design, Interior Lighting, Universal Design, and Business for Interior Designers.