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  • Architecture and Interior Design

    [Architecture and Construction Cluster]

    The Architecture and Interior Design program of study is designed to meet the needs of students interested in pursuing a career in residential or commercial Interior Design. Interior Design students will gain knowledge and skills about space planning; interior building materials and finishes; casework, furniture, furnishings and equipment; lighting; acoustics; wayfinding; ergonomics and anthropometrics; and human environmental behavior.

    During their senior year, students will enroll in the practicum in Interior Design. This is a course designed to provide job-specific skills through laboratory training, job shadowing or work situations in areas compatible with identified career goals in Interior Design. In addition, students will be expected to develop knowledge and skills related to housing, furnishings, and equipment construction or equipment management and services.

    The Architecture and Interior Design program of study is currently available and open for enrollment at Career Institute East, Career Institute North and the Career Institute South.

  • Career Institute East

    Career Institute North

    Career Institute South

    Students attending: Bryan Adams HS, Lincoln HS, Madison HS, Samuel HS, Spruce HS and  Woodrow HS, must sign up for CI East.

    Students attending: Conrad HS, Hillcrest HS, North Dallas HS, Thomas Jefferson HS, W. T. White HS, must sign up for CI North.

    Students attending: Adamson HS, Carter HS, Kimball HS, Molina HS, Pinkston HS, Roosevelt HS, South Oakcliff HS, Sunset HS, must sign up for CI South.