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Students learn to think like designers, while developing the hands-on skills to communicate their ideas as Interior Designers. Interior Design classes cover creating visuals like sketches, floor plans, and rendered presentation drawings. Our Interior Design program takes students into the community: FIDM Students have designed spaces for the Boys & Girls Club of Venice and Orange County's Project Playhouse for the homeless.
The Interior Design program helps students develop skills in three disciplines - Residential, Commercial, and Interior Product design. Focusing on creative problem-solving, Interior Design students integrate historical perspectives, current, and future trends to develop design solutions that are functional, innovative, sustainable, and safe. Effective communication, community advocacy, and collaborative design are emphasized.
Completion of the curriculum satisfies the educational requirement for professional membership in ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) and IIDA (International Interior Design Association) and enables students to qualify for the NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) examination.
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