Bachelor of Interior Design
Humber College’s Bachelor of Interior Design degree program balances creativity with sensitive, pragmatic design thinking. Graduates problem-solve, investigate and explore design environments where people thrive.
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,960 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
Engaging interior design studios enable you to master an evidence-based design process, develop effective presentation abilities and acquire vital professional practice skills. Team collaboration among student groups mirrors industry team practices.
Observational field trips provide opportunities for you to connect classroom theory, such as the perception of space and human interaction, with built environments. In the fourth-year, you will interact with industry mentors to research, develop and document a large scale project from initial concept to construction documentation.
Additionally, a self-directed volunteer project helps connect your passion for design to the community and the design industry. Students have worked with organizations such as the Furniture Bank, Toronto District School Board, youth and women’s shelters, and Habitat for Humanity.
- Interior Design Studio
- Design Communications
- Design Theory
- Human Factors
- Ontario Building Regulations
- Professional Practices
- Qualitative Research Methods
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The spaces where people live, work and socialize have a significant impact on quality of life and productivity. As a graduate of the Humber College’s Bachelor of Interior Design degree program, you will play a key role in shaping interesting, functional and esthetically pleasing interiors while integrating diverse cultural needs, accessibility and environmental responsibility.
A wide variety of excellent employment opportunities exist with interior design and interdisciplinary design firms specializing in corporate, health-care, retail, commercial, hospitality and residential design. Employment in the design and construction sector is expected to remain steady over the coming years.