Interior Design

This program is for those who want to work in Interior Design or related fields.  Students learn the principles and elements of design theory and gain hands-on training through its internship component and community projects. Topics covered include:
  • Color Theory
  • Space Planning
  • Basic Drafting
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Orthographic Projections
  • Computer Floor Planning
  • Sustainable Design
  • Universal Design
  • Lighting Sources and Layout
  • Kitchen Design
  • Interior Textile Materials
  • Window, Wall, and Floor Treatments
  • Furniture Construction and History
  • and more
The Interior Design program is a cooperative effort between Mountwest Community and Technical College and the Cabell County Career Technology Center. Students will take their interior design technical training at the Career Technology Center and general/business education courses at MCTC. They can earn 30 hours of MCTC credit at our center and then add 35 hours at MCTC; obtaining 65 hours for an associate degree.  Each student will be a participating member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) student chapter #430.
This is a day-time program for both adults and high-school students, but adults have first option.  Adults must meet certain criteria for admission and are responsible for Application and Registration fees (see Admissions).  For other costs for this program for adults*, please see below.
Course Length and Meeting Times:
  • Full-time Adults: Day-time Program, 5 days per week, 8am - 3pm, 10 months, 1080 hours
  • Part-time Adults and High School: Day-time Program, 5 days per week,  morning or afternoon, 20 months, 1080 hours
  • Tuition: $3,240.00*
  • Lab Fee: $800.00
  • Textbooks: $1,200.00
  • Test Fee: $60.00
Costs are subject to change without notice.

*The 13th Year Tuition Waiver may be applied to this course for adults who qualify. 

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