Architecture and Construction

Interior Design

The environments where we work, rest, and play are very important. Affect the lives of people long after you finish a project through good human-centered design of interior spaces- from homes to hotels to offices and more. Use artistic and technical skills through hands-on projects creating design solutions for residential and commercial interiors.

Begin Your Journey

Interior Design Fundamentals

Explore interior design professions, while building the knowledge and skills necessary to provide a foundational knowledge of the design industry. Learn about color theory, elements, and principles of design; hand sketching/digital design techniques, space planning, selection of products and materials for home interiors; client relationship building; and design communication techniques.

Interior Design Studio

Dive into entry-level and technical work opportunities in the residential interior design fields. Deepen your understanding of design fundamentals and theory by designing interior plans to meet living space needs of specific individuals or families.

Interior Design Technology

Begin applying your design skills through interior design work opportunities that include using Autodesk Revit to meet clients’ needs in both residential and commercial spaces.

Get Certified

Pre-PAC Interior Design Fundamentals

Promotes further education, training and professional development for those who want to pursue interior design careers associated with residential and commercial interiors, furnishings, and design.

Autodesk Certified User Revit

Demonstrates entry-level knowledge using building information software for careers in architecture, interior design, and construction management.

Expand Your Journey

Found your passion? These courses relate to this career pathway and may align to your career and college goals. Find out which of these may be available at your school and consider adding them to your Course Plan in Xello.

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Browse enhancement courses:

  • Adobe Visual Design I
  • Apparel and Textile Production I
  • Construction Core
  • Project Management I

Earn College Credit

Get a head start on your college education by taking advantage of dual credit opportunities. There are CTE courses that can articulate to the community college, meaning they will award college credit. Also, the Career & College Promise (CCP) program allows eligible high school students to enroll in community college classes.

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Architecture and Construction

Careers focused on designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment.