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Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath Design
Program Code: 10-304-3

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Associate Degree: 2 Years, 68 Credits
Appleton Campus

Financial Aid Eligible

Career Opportunities

This career blends technical skills and business practices with the creative field of interior design. Future trends show a need for designers in the kitchen and bath industry.

As an interior designer with a specialization in kitchen and bath design, you plan the arrangement of kitchens and bathrooms. You will specify cabinetry, fixtures, lighting and mechanicals using both hand drawing and computer design software. You are also responsible for calculations of materials, price quotes and sales.

Program Description

The Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath Design associate degree is recognized by the National Kitchen & Bath Association as an NKBA Supported Program. Using the interior design program basics with classes required by the National Kitchen and Bath Association, students will accomplish a direct career path into the exciting career of Kitchen and Bath professional.

Classes include an internship directed at the kitchen and bath industry, drawing and computer design as well as construction, mechanicals, estimating and presentation. Graduates of the Interior Design–Kitchen & Bath AAS degree will be eligible to test for the Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer Certification.

Program/Plan Admission Requirements

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:

  • Integrate the codes and standards that impact the interior environment.
  • Model professional practices of the Interior Design Industry.
  • Validate the design process.
  • Evaluate design decisions within the parameters of the built environment.

Program Offered at This Location
  • Appleton—1825 N. Bluemound Drive

Helpful High School Courses

Classes in business, mathematics, psychology, English, art, architectural drawing, computer aided design, and housing and interior design will help you to enter this program.

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Will my credits transfer to a 4-year college?

Students must follow the program curriculum in place at the time of enrollment into the program.
If you have questions, contact your advisor.

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