Interior Design | Interior Design

REINVENT SPACES WITH YOUR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION

Are you passionate about interior design? Do you have plenty of design concepts in mind when you look at a space? If so, the Interior Design Program at LaSalle College will give you the skills to pursue a career as an interior designer! This program will take you from the basic principles and elements of design to full renderings in Photoshop, Illustrator and AutoCAD.

During your studies, you will work with different shapes, colours, textures, materials and lighting to design interiors. These interior design courses will also develop your skills to incorporate design theory and material & furniture specifications to create 2D and 3D plans. Using leading-edge computer software, students learn different techniques and know-how in order to conceptualize and produce aesthetic, functional and safe designs for interior spaces in residential, commercial, cultural, institutional and industrial buildings, according to standard practices and in accordance with all applicable codes.Graduates may choose to follow one of three career path options: residential, commercial or institutional design.

The Interior Design Program consists of 3 semesters, 15 weeks per semester for a total of 45 weeks.

By the end of the program, you will have completed 900 hours which amounts to 300 hours per semester or 20 hours per week that entitles you to a diploma in Interior Design.

CREDENTIAL

Diploma
  • Acquire knowledge of the materials and finishes used in interior design.
  • Learn to design functional and esthetic residential, commercial, and institutional spaces that respect the client’s needs and constraints.
  • Learn to sketch and illustrate an interior design concept.
  • Learn industry standards and presentation skills.
  • Explore and perfect hand and computer-assisted drafting.
  • Interior Designer
  • Project Manager
  • Space Planner
  • Design Consultant

Semester 1

  • Interior Design I
  • Architectural Standards & CAD I
  • Illustration I
  • Colour Theory & Practice
  • Digital Media I
  • Visual Language I
  • Materials & Finishes

Semester 2

  • Interior Design II
  • Architectural Standards & CAD II
  • Illustration II
  • Applied Colour
  • Digital Media II
  • Visual Language II
  • Creative Problem Solving

Semester 3

  • Interior Design III
  • Architectural Standards & CAD III
  • Illustration III
  • Advanced Visual Language
  • Digital Media III
  • Lighting
  • Professional Development

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