Applied Design in Interior Design

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Today’s professional interior designers enhance the function and quality of interior environments. Their mission, significant in today’s society, is to design spaces that improve the quality of life, protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and support increased productivity. The Bachelor of Applied Design in Interior Design degree program offers a well-rounded curriculum strengthened with numerous computer-based courses, designed to prepare graduates to meet the current demands of the profession. Other important topics explored include the areas of universal design, human factors, environmental and sustainable design, business aspects of the profession, and other issues related to the interior design field.
Next session starts October 7, 2024
3 years (9 quarters, 1980 hours)
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Saiqa Shaikh, studying Bachelor of Interior Design at LaSalle, emphasizes the role of designers as problem solvers and trend-evolvers. 
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