Students receive a Certification in Fundamentals of Interior Design once they complete the Fundamentals of Interior Design Program. In this program, students develop a competitive portfolio and expansive knowledge base which empowers them to work in the Interior Design industry. Projects include the full design and presentation of two residential spaces, including an entire home as the final project. Additional client-specific and concept-based activities are incorporated throughout the course to enforce learning and presentation skills. This program puts equal focus toward core design knowledge, design expression and business practices that together enable students to become successful industry professionals. Students attend weekly field visits that connect them to the people, places and processes within the local industry and are visited in class by guest speakers who are recognized professionals in the industry. A general overview of program topics is outlined below and subject to change. A detailed syllabus is provided upon enrollment. This is the first course and prerequisite to our Master Certification Program. Heritage School of Interior Design is licensed through the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
Principles & Elements of Design
Drawing Tools & Techniques
Design Materials & Specification
Design History & Styles
Presentation & Critique Guidelines
Socially Responsible/Universal/Green Design
Architectural Terminology & Construction Teams
Foundations of Interior Design, 3rd ed. by Susan J Slotkis
A full list of materials will be provided upon enrollment
FINAL PROJECT EXAMPLE
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