LaSalle College Vancouver’s Interior Design School offers students the chance to take a passion and turn it into their future. The bachelor’s degree and diploma programs are structured around small class sizes and a teaching approach rooted in delivering skills that graduates will use in their design career, every day.
Under the guidance of experienced faculty who are industry professionals, students learn every aspect of interior design. They will graduate from their chosen program with a deep understanding of rigorous industry requirements related to interior design, regardless of whether their eventual career focus will be on residential or commercial design.
The Bachelor of Applied Design in Interior Design degree and Interior Design Diploma (In-person) programs boast small classes where students receive individual attention and a teaching approach that is rooted in delivering skills that graduates will use daily in their design careers. These two interior design programs offered at LaSalle College Vancouver meet the educational requirements for eligibility to sit the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exams. More information about these exams and their eligibility paths can be found here: NCIDQ.
The LaSalle College Vancouver Interior Design school is also working towards CIDA Accreditation.