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Interior Design 30 - 8857

Delivery Method: Online Asynchronous

Interior Design 30 allows the students to gain an appreciation of the design fundamentals that form the foundation by which all design is judged.  Learning how to manipulate and apply the Elements and Principles of Design is a major focus throughout the course. Opportunities for creative application of design fundamentals are provided in the Application of Design module. 

This course has a focus on Eco-Friendly and sustainable options for design.  All assignments will have that Eco-Friendly focus as a major component. 

This course does not have a final exam, however, there are two major final projects.  The first is a hands-on applied design project and the second is an interactive kitchen design project. 

Units of Study:

  1. Introduction to Interior Design
  2. Fundamentals of Design
  3. Windows, Window Treatments, Openings and Doors
  4. Treatment of Walls and Ceilings
  5. Floors and Flooring
  6. Furniture and Appliances
  7. Accessories
  8. Applied Design
  9. Developing and Decorating a floor plan
  10. Career Exploration

Disclaimer:  The Applied Design unit requires the student to Remake/Repurpose/Redesign/Up-cycle an unused/unloved object to make it a functional piece of furniture or accessory for the home.  This unit is the hands-on application of the Fundamentals of Design.  Students will need to have access to some tools and be prepared to get their hands a little dirty.  

Recommended Resources:
Access to a computer

Suggested Career Pathways*:
Interior Designer, Interior Decorator, Furniture Designer, Paint Specialist, Lighting Specialist, Flooring Specialist, Cabinet Designer, Upholsterer, Furniture Designer

*Please consult with a guidance counselor.


Instructor: Jody Polowick

Jody Polowick

Phone: (306) 252-1000

Fax: (306) 252-2150

Sun West Distance Learning Centre

P.O. Box 370
408 - 5th Avenue
Kenaston, SK S0G 2N0


Phone: (306) 252-1000
Fax: (306) 252-2150