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2012-13 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interior Design Technology, AAS (Owens Code: INDT)

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Degree Offered:

Associate of Applied Science

Campus Offered:


Credits Required: 65

Program Information:

The Interior Design degree is designed to prepare students for employment in the interior design industry. The Interior Design curriculum is developed through the guidance of a strong advisory committee composed of professional interior designers as well as experienced faculty. Students in the program learn through lectures, demonstrations, and practical applications.  Students will gain proficiency in:

  •  Residential and Contract Design

  •  Technical drawing, rendering, and CAD

  •  Design, color, and materials

  •  History of Art and Design

Students will also participate in an internship in a professional interior design setting where they will receive an appreciation for the profession of Interior Design.

Required Courses

17 credits

2nd Semester

15 credits

3rd Semester

18 credits

15 credits

Prerequisites, Co-requisites, and Elective Information

 Contact your Advisor for Elective recommendations. Prerequisites and co-requisites may apply.

Petition for Degree Completion

Students are eligible to become a candidate for an Associate Degree when the student has completed all necessary requirements. Students who are registering for their final semester of course work and plan to graduate must submit a petition for degree completion by accessing their Ozone account.

Visit the Owens website for petition deadline dates and fee information.  For more information regarding degree requirements and graduation refer to the Graduation Requirements Policy and Procedures.


1 Select Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective course choices indicated under the Associate of Science Concentrations: Elective Information .

2 Select ART Elective course choice from ART 101  or ART 111 

3 Select CRT Elective course choice from CRT 120  or ART 215 

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