This course is approved by the Kansas Board of Regents for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas Regents public postsecondary institutions. Additional courses may also be eligible for transfer. Please visit a JCCC counselor or the JCCC Registrar's office, and the Transfer Kansas portal to learn more.
The Interior Design AAS degree focuses on interior design career preparation. The Interior Design AAS degree provides the educational start to apply for the National Council of Interior Design Qualification, NCIDQ, exam and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, LEED, Green Associate Certification exam. Interior Design AAS degree graduates are qualified to take the Associate Kitchen and Bath Design, AKBD, certification exam. The JCCC Interior Design Program provides relevant curriculum with experiential learning that emphasizes the student’s ability to think creatively, critically and collaboratively in preparation of entering professional employment. Theory and application dovetail in the classroom and community, providing exposure to business and industry standards, professional practices, and progressive design opportunities through cultivated industry relationships. Two required internships help develop technical, creative and business skills.
Faculty have worked in the field, which equips them to offer valuable firsthand knowledge of what it takes to succeed.
JCCC's interior design program is recognized by the National Kitchen and Bath Association as an NKBA Affiliated program.
Note: Some coursework for the Interior Design programs requires a “C” or higher for continuous enrollment and to be awarded degree completion.
(Major Code 2750; CIP Code 50.0408)
Interior Design Program web page
Associate of Applied Science Degree
|DRAF 164||Architectural Drafting/Residential Interior Design||3|
|ITMD 115||Accessory Fundamentals||1|
|ITMD 116||Lighting Fundamentals||1|
|ITMD 121||Interior Design I||3|
|ITMD 127||Elements of Floral Design||1|
|ITMD 132||Materials and Resources||3|
|ITMD 230||History of Interior Design I||3|
|MATH 120||Business Mathematics* (or higher)||3|
|DRAF 264||CAD:Interior Design*||3|
|ITMD 181||Interior Design Software I*||1|
|ITMD 202||Interior Design II*||3|
|ITMD 125||Interior Textiles||3|
|ITMD 231||History of Interior Design II||3|
|ITMD 271||Budgeting and Estimating*||3|
|ENGL 121||Composition I*||3|
|ITMD 129||Design Communication*||3|
|ITMD 182||Interior Design Software II*||1|
|or CDTP 135||Desktop Photo Manipulation I: Photoshop|
|or CDTP 145||Desktop Illustration I: Illustrator|
|ITMD 214||Building Construction and Environmental Systems for the Interior Designer*||3|
|ITMD 222||Interior Design III*||3|
|ITMD 260||Practices and Procedures*||3|
|ITMD 282||Interiors Internship I*||1|
|ITMD 224||Interior Design IV*||3|
|ITMD 235||Kitchen and Bath Design*||3|
|ITMD 270||Interior Design Capstone*||1|
|ITMD 284||Interiors Internship II*||1|
|Social Science and/or Economics Elective^||3|
|General Education Elective^||3|
Total Program Hours: 68
This course has registration requirements.