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Interior designers analyze a client’s needs, goals and life/safety requirements. They will develop:
working drawings for non-load bearing walls
furniture and materials/finishes
bids, contracts and professional services necessary to implement a final design solution
JJC’s interior design program is accredited with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).
JJC’s interior design program offers options for careers in the following:
More specifically, this degree preps you for careers such as:
Registered Interior Designers
Registered Residential Interior Designers
Certified Kitchen Designers (CKD)
Certified Bath Designers (CBD)
Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Specialists
JJC course offerings include topics in universal design and barrier-free design applications, with much coursework including computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) software.
JJC’s curriculum will provide you with the necessary background information you’ll need to sit for the following exams:
Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD) exam
Certified Bath Designer (CBD) exam
National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam
If you pursue a JJC interior design degree, you can choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree through our 2+2 agreement with several four-year colleges.
Graduates of the program may also choose to enroll in a third year of education at JJC to earn an Advanced Designer Certificate of Achievement program.
You can also take part in JJC’s Interior Design Club. This includes student chapters of the American Society of Interior Designers (A.S.I.D) and National Kitchen and Bath (NKBA).
For advisor information and a sample schedule by semester, view our completion guide.
Students are encouraged to select a Humanities or Fine Arts course as part of their General Education coursework.
This program includes the option for distance education courses (online and/or hybrid).