Residential Planning

Do you have a flair for interior decorating? If so, consider fine tuning your artistic talents with a program in residential planning. Not only can you follow your passion for home decor, but you can build a professional portfolio and start down the path toward a rewarding career.

Residential Planning Diploma

Beginning with design, drafting and general studies courses, students learn the fundamental concepts important to residential planners. From there, it all comes together with courses exploring space planning, design history, interior design concepts, textiles and materials. Preparing for a residential planning career takes an artistic touch, but it also requires the right type of training.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the courses included in a residential planning diploma:

  • Fundamentals of Design
  • History of Design
  • Elements of Interior Design
  • Architectural Drafting
  • Introduction to Space Planning

Preparing to Work in Residential Planning

Earning a diploma in residential planning prepares you for entry-level interior design work at design agencies, material and supply companies, home furnishing retailers and other settings as an interior designer or support person. It can also give your current position a boost with your new design skills and knowledge. Gain project work for your portfolio and fine tune your interior decorating skills, all while giving your professional resume an added dose of credibility.

Instead of keeping your talents to yourself, it’s time to take them to the next level and share them with the world. Are you ready to begin?

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