Interior design students take courses in human behavior in the designed environment, environmental design, interior design, graphic communications, building construction, building systems, history of interior design, housing, computer applications, construction documentation, and professional practice. Interior designers perform services such as programming, design analysis, space planning, preparing drawings and documents, and jobsite observation using specialized knowledge of aesthetics, building regulations, building construction systems, interior materials and finishes, furnishings, and equipment.
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K-State Department of Apparel, Textiles, and Interior Design
Interior Design Educators Council
International Interior Design Association
Careers in Interior Design
American Society of Interior Designers
National Council for Interior Design Qualification
Council for Interior Design Accreditation