Interior Design

Interior Design

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For careers in design practice, retail, and for further study
Career Preparedness
Program Advantages

Giovanna Lauria - Interior Design

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This program is designed to provide graduates with basic knowledge and skills for entry level positions in the interior design discipline. The faculty consist of interior designers as well as licensed architects and engineers. Workplace or further study. Existing articulation agreements are in place with Villa Maria College and the University at Buffalo for students who are interested in continuing on to a four-year degree.

Professional Outlook

Interior design in a steadily growing field and provides students with a springboard for various careers in design practice, retail, and for further study.

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Contact
Joy Carlson, AIA, Program Coordinator
607-587-4641
Pioneer Quotes

"Interior designers intertwine creativity and technical skills to provide solutions for commercial and residential spaces. Interior design impacts not only aesthetics of spaces but also the health, safety, and welfare of the users.  Alfred State helped me prepare for my career by teaching me how to convey my design ideas through BIM software and professionalism. I utilize these skills on an everyday basis as a commercial interior designer."  Kirsten Kelleher, '13, Interior Designer, SWBR

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