Interior Design Degrees and Programs
Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Degree
Seminole State's Bachelor of Applied Science in Interior Design prepares students toward a path to licensure and a professional career in the field. Having obtained skills critical to the industry, graduates of this program will be able to work in a wide variety of design occupations that range from commercial design (corporate, healthcare, retail, hospitality, government facilities, education and real estate) to residential design.
Upon completion of the B.A.S. Interior Design and two years of work experience under a licensed interior designer or architect, graduates are eligible to take the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) examination for state licensure.
Seminole State offers the following B.A.S. Interior Design degree:
Seminole State College’s Interior Design program reflects current client needs and trends, such as sustainable design practices, ergonomics, universal design and aging in place. All full-time interior design faculty are Florida-licensed professionals who are actively involved in the industry. This A.S. degree is transferable into the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Interior Design offered at Seminole State College.
Seminole State offers the following A.S. Interior Design degree:
The Residential Staging Specialist program introduces students to the fundamentals of interior design principles and theories, spatial relationships and furniture placement, color scheme development and the materials necessary to create visual appeal to home buyers. This certificate program is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Interior Design Technology offered at Seminole State College.
Seminole State offers the following Interior Design certificate: