Weller Academic Building, Third Floor
61 Sever Street
Worcester, MA 01609
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In Becker College’s Interior Design program, you will gain the real-world business skills you need for a successful career in interior design and space planning. Not only will you learn the essentials of architecture, interiors, furnishings, and accessories, you’ll also graduate with a professional portfolio – a necessity in beginning your career.
Becker College’s comprehensive program provides a strong liberal arts focus, combined with the business and professional courses that build marketable skills. You can expect to learn the following skills:
Interior design fundamentals
Drafting, drawing, and rendering techniques
Work with fabrics, flooring, and wall coverings
The basics of lighting and building construction
The history of architecture, interiors, furnishings, and accessories
Business principles and real world experience
The Interior Design program at Becker College is a four year program. Students can be assured of small classes with attentive, knowledgeable faculty, up to date equipment, and plenty of room to explore personal visions. Upon graduation, students will have the right technical skills, a firm theoretical base, opportunities for career internships, and a strong portfolio as solid evidence of their abilities.
The Becker College Interior Design program encourages students to grow intellectually, socially, and personally by presenting curricular concepts and ideas in a stimulating manner. The active exchange of views of students, faculty, and administrators is promoted.
The Interior Design program is designed, structured, implemented, and constantly assessed so as to incorporate the standards of modern professional practice espoused by the Council on Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) and the entire Interior Design community.