Interior Design major
You make environments that tell a story.
As we look for better ways to interact with our changing landscape, social fabric and community needs, the way we design our environments — our living and work spaces — matters more than ever. At CCAD, you’ll find the facilities, tools and faculty to make your dreams of designing a reality. Our Interior Design degree program involves research, planning, design and problem-solving through real-world exercises, as well as courses in hand sketching, computer modeling and communications. You’ll graduate ready to translate your vision in a wide range of spaces and industries.
Interior Design facilities
CCAD’s state-of-the-art facilities give you the equipment and technology (including 3D printers) you need to unleash your inner interior designer.
You'll have access to:
- Fully equipped lighting, print and computer labs
- Material samples, catalogs and flat-file storage
- The Tad Jeffrey FabLab, which includes laser cutters and 3D printers for prototype fabrication of models, furniture, and objects
- A woodshop for furniture-making and model work
- A construction demonstration area with open studios and building space
Student and alumni works
CCAD’s comprehensive interior design program provides instruction across spaces and industries to equip grads with the skills to thrive in many positions. Our grads have applied the skills they built at CCAD to a variety of positions and fields.
Our grads generate interest from employers in diverse industries, from big-name retail brands to interior-design and brand-experience firms. Some employers who have benefited from their skills are:
Abercrombie & Fitch
Big Red Rooster