Sponsored: Get Into the Details with LDSBC’s Interior Design Program

by | Aug. 23, 2018

Are you always dreaming about new paint colors and rearranging the furniture in your head? Is your idea of a perfect night browsing a home goods store? Are you committed to high-quality craftsmanship and creativity?

Then we have a place for you.

The Interior Design program at LDS Business College is, well, designed, to help you fine-tune your design skills and turn your passion into a viable career. The program will give you the hands-on skills and design sense you need to succeed while also preparing you to communicate effectively and collaborate meaningfully.

Just as no two rooms are alike, no two interior design careers are alike, and we offer different course options to best match your needs and goals.

• Interior Design, Associate of Applied Science. This degree will prepare you for professional work in the interior design industry, including sending you out the door with a full presentation portfolio. You will also be prepared to succeed on the business side of interior design with classes covering things like relevant computer skills and business writing. Whether you want to design furniture, sell design services, or work in an architectural or design firm, you’ll leave this program ready to succeed.

• Interior Design Certificate. Students who complete this certificate are prepared for entry-level positions as staff designers or sales representatives in furniture stores, or wall covering, floor covering or textile firms. It is a great first step toward meaningful employment in design-related firms.

Want to see if you have what it takes? As part of your application to either program you need to submit a digital inspiration board. It should reflect your personality and passion and include images of things that inspire you when it comes to interior design. And no boring white backgrounds, please!

We can’t wait to see what you come up with. Apply to the LDSBC Interior Design program today.

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