Wrap yourself in color and creativity!
The Interior Merchandising program at EMCC provides students with the creative and technical skills leading to a rewarding career in interior design. Successful students will receive a Certificate of Completion (CCL).
Classes are taught by instructors who currently work within the industry, using the latest design trends. Professional designers share their personal knowledge and experience to prepare you to work in this very diverse industry that blends creativity, business and technology.
Core courses include Introduction to Interior Design, Color and Design, Interior Materials, Fabrics for Interior Design, Modern and Historical Architecture, and Interior Design Drafting.
To round-out the creative and technical core courses, your elective courses provide an important business/merchandising perspective. Students are able to delve deeper with courses like Human Relations in Business, Display and Visual Merchandising, Advertising Principles, Merchandising and Principles of Marketing.
Gainful Employment Info: EMCC cares about your future and education decisions. For a better understanding of what the certificate will cost, how long it will take and what financial assistance is available, we’ve provided info here.
Special requirements: None.
Course Sequence: From color and design, to drafting and architecture,EMCC brings you to the heart of the craft. Your education is already mapped out for you in the Interior Merchandising-CCL check sheet.
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Career and Employment Outlook
Interior designers and merchandisers make residential and commercial spaces functional, safe and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting decorative items, such as colors, lighting and materials. Designers read blueprints and must be aware of building codes and inspection regulations, as well as universal accessibility standards.Read more from O*NET.
University Transfer Options
After completing the Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Interior Merchandising, you will be well-prepared to begin your career path into the design industry, or you can continue your education to obtain an associate of arts degree (AAS), or transfer to a university for a bachelor of arts (B.A.) in Interior Design.