Online Kitchen & Bath Design Degree Programs

Kitchen &Bath Design

I'm ready to transform my future.

Listen to any real estate agent, or watch any home remodeling reality show, and you can learn that nothing adds more instant value to a house than an updated kitchen or bath. That’s why homeowners and investors work with professional designers to enhance the form and the function of those two rooms. And that’s a profession that demands not just creativity, but the ability to stay on task and on budget. In our Kitchen & Bath Design degree program, we’ll help you develop the technical, aesthetic, and business skills to plan kitchen and bath spaces. You’ll be surrounded and inspired by other talented, creatively driven students. And you’ll be pushed, challenged, and, above all else, supported by experienced faculty* who are committed to helping you succeed in a career where you can do what you love.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty & instructors.

Degrees Offered

Associate of Science in Kitchen & Bath Design

Quarter Credit Hours:
91
Timeframe:
6 Quarters

Gainful Employment

Outcomes

Associate of Science in Kitchen & Bath Design

Outcomes

See ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/1901 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

  • Client Expectations: Graduates will demonstrate design and visual communication skills to meet employer and client expectations.
  • Design Skills: Graduates will apply industry guidelines to generate design solutions that meet client needs.
  • Practical Application: Graduates will apply concepts of construction and mechanical systems to evaluate appropriate installation procedures and code compliance for kitchen and bath applications.
  • Professionalism: Graduates will employ professional and ethical business management practices.
  • Materials Knowledge: Graduates will select and specify products and materials appropriate for design solutions.

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Associate of Science in Kitchen & Bath Design (MN Residents Only)

Quarter Credit Hours:
95
Timeframe:
6 Quarters

Gainful Employment

Outcomes

Associate of Science in Kitchen & Bath Design (MN Residents Only)

Outcomes

See ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/1901 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

  • Client Expectations: Graduates will demonstrate design and visual communication skills to meet employer and client expectations.
  • Design Skills: Graduates will apply industry guidelines to generate design solutions that meet client needs.
  • Practical Application: Graduates will apply concepts of construction and mechanical systems to evaluate appropriate installation procedures and code compliance for kitchen and bath applications.
  • Professionalism: Graduates will employ professional and ethical business management practices.
  • Materials Knowledge: Graduates will select and specify products and materials appropriate for design solutions.

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Classroom Experience

I'm willing to earn my place in the profession.

You have a unique vision—and a strong passion—for designing the spaces where people live and work. Our program is all about turning that passion and vision into a career that's both challenging and rewarding. You'll have the opportunity to learn to design attractive environments that are safe, accessible, and sustainable, while meeting today’s demanding technical requirements and regulations. We’ll start by guiding you through basics like perspective, proportion, color, drafting, and rendering. Then you can to build skills in areas from textiles, furnishings, and lighting to traditional and computerized design and computer-aided drafting. You’ll explore residential, commercial, institutional, and office design with courses in materials and specifications, building and safety codes, sustainable building principles and practices, environmental design, and human factors. See our gainful employment pages for possible careers that match the program that interests you.

What Will I Study?

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I want a chance to show what I can do.

There’s a lot more to the job of re-doing residential spaces than just design. That’s why the curriculum for Kitchen & Bath Design engages both sides of your brain as you explore the creative and technical sides of the profession. You'll study:

  • Building Codes
  • Health & Life Safety Codes
  • Business Skills
  • Kitchen & Bath Software
  • Management Skills
  • Project Management
  • Soliciting Bids
  • Structural Requirements
  • Color Theory
  • Communication Skills
  • Functionality
  • Green Design
  • Materials and Finishes
  • Presentation Skills
  • Budgets for Clients
  • Building Codes
  • Space Planning
  • Universal Design
  • Use of Lighting


I'm looking for my proving ground.

The Art Institutes system of schools, creativity is our core, our calling, our culture. Our Kitchen & Bath Design degree program is built on that creative foundation. It’s also built on our knowledge that a creative career is not for the faint of heart. Because it’s tough out there, it’s tough in here. But along with that toughness comes all the support you’ll need at every step along the way. That’s why we provide the mentoring and real-world experience to help you prevail, with faculty* who’ve worked in the field, along with opportunities to learn that go far beyond our kitchens. You’ll be encouraged and expected to be bold. To take risks. To push yourself and the people around you. It won’t be easy. In fact, it’ll be the hardest thing you’ll ever love.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.

 

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