Section 52.18, Interior Design

  1. To be registered as a program creditable towards the education/experience requirement necessary for certification to use the title certified interior designer, as prescribed in section 79-3.2(b) of this Title, a baccalaureate degree curriculum shall contain at least 48 semester hours of course work in the following content areas:
    1. drafting and presentation techniques;
    2. fundamentals of space planning and design;
    3. materials and methods of construction;
    4. furniture, finishes, and equipment;
    5. history of architecture and the decorative arts;
    6. codes - construction, fire, safety, and accessibility;
    7. environmental and building systems;
    8. color theory and application;
    9. business practices and ethics; and
    10. construction documents.
  2. To be registered as a program creditable towards the education/experience requirement necessary for certification to use the title certified interior designer, as prescribed in section 79-3.2(b) of this Title, an associate degree curriculum shall contain at least 30 semester hours of course work in the following content areas:
    1. drafting and presentation techniques;
    2. fundamentals of space planning and design;
    3. materials and methods of construction;
    4. furniture, finishes, and equipment;
    5. history of architecture and the decorative arts; and
    6. codes — construction, fire, safety, and accessibility.
Last Updated: May 19, 2009