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2024-25 Catalog 
2024-25 Catalog

Interior Design (AAS)

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  • Grade Requirements: A grade of “B” or better in courses required for this major (a grade of “B-” is not acceptable) in addition to an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Credit Hour Requirements: A total of 66 credit hours is required.
  • Assessment Requirements: Students may be required to complete certain assessment instruments as part of the requirements for receiving the associate’s degree.
  • Program Code: 8087AAS
  • CIPC: 500408


All Interior Design students are required to meet with a faculty advisor each semester for course and program advisement. Call 801- 395-3427 for more information or to schedule an appointment. (Also refer to the Department Advisor Referral List.)

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Admission Requirements

Declare your program of study (see Enrollment Services and Information ). There are no admission or application requirements for this program.

General Education

Refer to Degree Requirements  for Associate of Applied Science requirements. The following required support courses will also be applied toward general education requirements: COMM 2110 (3) , and ART 1010 (3)  or ART 1030 (3) . Students also need to complete ENGL 1010 (3) , Quantitative Literacy (3), Life Science or Physical Science (3), Social Science (3), and Computer and Information Literacy (minimum 2). A minimum of 20 hours in residence is required.

Transfer Credits

No courses older than 10 years will be accepted for credit toward a degree in this program.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Design theory and evidence based design. Students are exposed to or will apply theory and research to design projects and problem solving.
  • Professional Practice, Presentation and Sales Techniques. Students will be exposed to ethics in professional practice and will utilize professional verbal and visual selling techniques to present interior design concepts.
  • Design Process, Construction Drawings and Technical Skills. Students apply the 5-phase design process and utiliize technical skills in producing working construction drawings as part of course projects.
  • Health, Safety and Welfare, Sustainability, Accessibility. Students will produce design solutions that are sustainable, protect health, safety and welfare, and provide accessibility to all occupants. Student work will feature specification of sustainable products and materials and concepts that adhere to standards, codes and ethical building practices.
  • Culture, Diversity, Historical Precedent. Students will be exposed to or will illustrate diversity through various design concepts that address diverse familial groups and cultures as well as historical precedent.

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