Delivery: A mix of daytime, evening, and online courses.
Start: Fall or Spring Semester, Full- or Part-Time.
About the Program
The Century College Interior Design program is one of a few Interior Design programs offered in Minnesota (MN). In the Interior Design program, students will gain a quality, affordable two-year degree, diploma or certificate in Interior Design, or a certificate in Home Furnishing Sales.
In the Interior Design program, students will develop a strong foundation in all facets of interior design, including sustainable and eco-friendly design, residential design, design elements, color theory, and decorating. Interior Design students will also become proficient in drafting tools such as AutoCAD and Revit and skills such as marketing and sales.
The Interior Design program at Century College has a American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) student chapter and graduates are encouraged to become professional members after completing their AAS degree.
Interior Design students will graduate having learned the elements of great design and how to market and sell their products and services.
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Read about a project covered by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Century College design students tackle real-life project for Richfield senior care community.
- Transfer Planning - Articulation Agreements
These agreements provide students with educational plans to help them transfer to four-year institutions.
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- Bachelor Degree Planning
We partner with many institutions offering Bachelor's degrees that can be completed here, online, or at a metro location.
Potential Job Titles
- Interior Designers
A laptop computer is required for the Interior Design program. Please coordinate with the Interior Design department faculty to confirm your computer can run the computer aided design software needed for coursework.