Why Choose the Bachelor of Applied Science in Interior Design Program?
Take your education a step further and open the door to additional opportunities in the interior design industry with CPTC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Interior Design degree (BASID). Our coursework is designed to help elevate your creative and technical skills and hone your design process.
The BASID degree can help boost your career in multiple facets of the interior design industry, including positions at residential and commercial architecture and design firms.
In the program, students expand their knowledge of interior design and construction, research current issues and topics affecting the interior design industry, develop business and project management techniques, increase their experience with related technology skills, and apply these to solve problems in the interior design industry.
The hybrid delivery model for this degree has been designed to meet the educational needs of a diverse population including working adults.
Mentored study design studios and a capstone course will be used to develop students’ independent thought and critical thinking skills to the level expected in a baccalaureate degree.
Our BAS Interior Design Program prepares students for careers with design and architectural firms, home-furnishing venues and contractors.
How Long It Takes:
The program is approximately six-to-eight quarters in length, depending on the time students need to satisfactorily complete all graduation requirements.
Fall, Spring Quarters
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Meet Your Instructors
A graduate of the Interior Design program at Clover Park Technical College, Julie also holds a bachelor’s degree from Pacific Lutheran University, where she earned her teaching credentials. In addition to teaching at CPTC, she has maintained her own design business since 2005. Julie is an active NCIDQ certificate holder and also maintains her LEED Green Associate credential.
Interior Design Program Information Sessions usually occur at 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.
To learn more about information sessions, visit cptc.edu/info-sessions.
Visit the Academic Calendar at cptc.edu/academic-calendar to see when the next information session is scheduled.
STORIES ABOUT THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROGRAM
The Clover Park Technical College Interior Design program hosted its Winter Quarter Student Portfolio Exhibition March 15, giving students the opportunity to showcase their portfolios of work for classmates, community members and prospective employers.
When you discover your passion and a career path to match, it helps to have the opportunity to get a head start towards that goal. That’s exactly what Krissy Gala did when she came to Clover Park Technical College and Northwest Career & Technical High School to study interior design.