When you walk into your classroom, you’ll be choosing a spot in a studio setting. Your desk is a drafting table.
You’ll also find a computer lab dedicated just for interior design student work set up with design software.
Along your two year college journey, you’ll develop practical skills while learning design fundamentals, history, space planning, materials, finishes and construction.
During second year, you’ll attend a major design show in Toronto.
Along the way you’ll also participate in the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) student design competition as part of your classroom work. You also have the opportunity to join a NKBA student chapter to start networking and professional development while you're still in school.
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