As an interior designer, you can shape the way your clients interact with the world. With Collin College’s Interior Design program, you will learn how to use space effectively and responsibly, considering your supply sourcing, client needs and other factors.
You will learn skills important to any architect or interior designer, including spatial composition, drafting, space planning, building codes and material selection. Students are immediately valuable to employers because of the college’s strong curriculum in computer-aided design drafting, and the program’s strengths in advanced levels of drafting and modeling means you can position yourself within interior and architectural design firms to continue your training.
Interior Design is a state-licensed profession and all state requirements must be met before either title can be used.
Students planning to transfer to a college or university should check with the Collin College academic advisor. Also check the degree requirement of the intended transfer college prior to beginning this program to verify course degree applicability.
All new students: Please contact one of the Interior Design faculty or the college academic advisor prior to registering for any INDS courses.