Basic Interior Design Program

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  • Course description

    The nondegree Basic Interior Design (BID) certificate program provides an introduction to interior design with emphasis on fundamental skills and knowledge in interiors, architecture, and the visual and decorative arts. On completion, students can continue by applying to a degree program or pursue jobs in fields related to interior design.

    Introductory courses focus on drawing, design concepts, and design history, building a foundation-level understanding of the technical and aesthetic principles essential to understanding space planning, color, drafting, and materials and finishes.

    Applicants who do not have the portfolio of art and design work that is required for acceptance into the BFA and AAS programs can apply to the 24-credit Basic Interior Design program in which they can complete most of the courses that are in the first year of a degree program while building a portfolio of work for acceptance into a degree program. Credits earned in Basic Interior Design courses may be applied to the AAS and BFA degree programs upon acceptance into these programs.

    Of the 24 credits required in the nondegree Basic Interior Design (BID) program, a minimum of 18 credits of professional and design history credits must be taken at NYSID and not transferred from a previous college. The last 12 credits prior to completion must be taken at NYSID.  The program can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis.

    Basic Interior Design Certificate Program
    24 Credits

    First Semester — 12 Credits

    101 Historical Styles I (2)
    128 Basic Drafting (3)
    141 Color for Interiors (2)
    150 English Composition I (3)*
    180 Visual Concepts (2)

    Second Semester — 12 Credits

    102 Historical Styles II (2)
    119 Textiles and Finishes (2)
    134 Residential Design I (3)
    135 Perspective I (2)
    182 Design Process (3)

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