Associate of Applied Science in
Associate of Applied Science in Interior Design Monroe Community College
The Monroe Community college's interior design career program offers a solid foundation in the skills and knowledge you will need to design creative and functional interiors for commercial and residential clients.
This two-year associate degree program offers Rigorous classroom and studio environments; A dedicated interior design resource library, Opportunities to work on real-world projects.
You will learn how to collaborate with architects, engineers, business owners, and home builders, so when you graduate, you will be ready to excel in the profession.
You may start your career with employers like Indē Kitchen Remodelers, Gunlock Office Furniture, LaBella Associates, Edge Architecture, Calico, J.C. Penney, Ethan Allen.
You will also have the option to continue your studies in an interior design bachelor's degree program.
The interior design associate degree program at MCC combines the creative process with the practical requirements of materials, space planning, and building codes.
We emphasize how to use various tools, including drawings and computer processes, to communicate solutions to design problems.
You'll work on projects that address both residential and commercial needs, so you graduate with a broad understanding of the field of interior design. You'll also develop your creative vision while strengthening the business and organizational skills you need to succeed in the field.
Your first job title could be:
Commercial and industrial designer
Home furnishings consultant
Materials sales representative
In-store design associate
Some students choose to continue their studies before joining the workforce. MCC graduates have gone on to several excellent four-year schools, including Rochester Institute of Technology, New York School of Interior Design, Syracuse University.