GRADE 9: INTERIOR DESIGN
Students are introduced to the elements and principles of design, design styles, housing exteriors and constructions as well as textiles.
GRADE 10: ADVANCED INTERIOR DESIGN
Students use drafting techniques to plan and draw residential interiors. Areas of concentration include drafting skills, space planning, furniture selection, furniture styles, and project presentation.
GRADE 11: PRACTICUM OF INTERIOR DESIGN I
Students concentrate on the design of a commercial office, restaurant, retail store, or medical office interiors. Computer Aided Drafting is utilized and students create a full set of construction documents for a design project.
GRADE 12: PRACTICUM OF INTERIOR DESIGN II
Students have the opportunity to acquire dual high school and college credit by attending Eastfield College. Students receive advanced training in AutoCAD, Revit and other design software. Students can earn up to 15 hours of dual credit and obtain a CADD Operator Certificate from Eastfield.