Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design
Humber’s Interior Design degree curriculum balances creative problem solving with research, practical skills, and technology. In newly renovated design studios you'll build skills and master the design process, presentation abilities, and professional practice skills.
Our learning spaces provide an atmosphere which simulates design studio environments: drafting tables, computer stations, team discussion and presentation areas. An interior design resource room, complete with material samples, computer stations, a lounge area dedicated to the students, sofas, layout space, team areas and storage, is available 24/7 with secure access.
The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) granted the degree program professional accreditation in 2011, and the degree program is also recognized by the Association for Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO).
With more than half of the membership of the Interior Designers of Canada based in this province, Ontario is the place to establish your career as an emerging interior designer. There are a wide variety of excellent employment opportunities with Greater Toronto Area firms specializing in corporate, health care, retail, commercial, hospitality, and residential design projects.For Even More Details ▶