Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath, Certificate
Who We Are
The primary purpose of the Interior Design Technology-Kitchen and Bath Specialization, A.S. Certificate Program is to prepare students for initial employment in the interior design, architecture, or construction industry, specifically in the kitchen and bath disciplines. This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for careers in this field. Program competency-based applied learning covers the elements and principles of design, advanced hand and computer aided drawing skills, visual and oral presentation skills, and NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath) standards for kitchen and bath design.
Graduates of the Kitchen and Bath specialization certificate can transfer all 39 certificate credits should they wish to pursue an AS degree in Interior Design Technology - 207000 at Daytona State College. Certificate completers also have an option to transfer up to 17 credits should they wish to pursue an AS degree in Architectural and Building Technology - 221900.
Launch your career with a Kitchen & Bath certificate
Graduates may secure entry-level positions with kitchen and bath showrooms, interior design studios, home improvement stores, or architectural firms.
Graduates career options are:
- Kitchen designer
- Bath designer
- Industry representative
- Drafting technician
- Design assistant
Upon completion, students will be qualified for positions with "to-the-trade-only" fabric/furniture/flooring showrooms serving the interior design professionals.