Art Institutes

Interior & Product Design

Build a better future.

You can learn to make things that are smarter, simpler, and better—from the tools people use to the places where they live and work.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Interior Design Bachelor’s Program is to prepare students to obtain entry-level positions in their field and function as trained professionals. Students conceive and develop viable design solutions within the interior environment utilizing creative, critical, and technical methodologies. They are prepared for the purpose of improving the quality of life, increasing productivity, and protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of the public by incorporating function, aesthetics, and environmentally sustainable products. By meeting the educational goals, students should develop an attitude of flexibility and a desire for life-long learning necessary to meet the changing demands of the interior design profession.

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Program Areas

Industrial Design

Industrial Design

You can learn to design and manufacture products that meet the demand for the next-­generation everything as you take your ideas from concept to prototype.

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Interior Design

You can develop the technical and creative skills to design attractive interior spaces that meet strict requirements for safety, accessibility, and sustainability.

Latest Happenings

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Sculpture by Industrial Design Student Installed at East Jesus Museum

The Machine, a steel and glass sculpture created by Orange County student Heather Dutton, was recently installed at East Jesus, a California Registered Museum.

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Interior Design
Truman Pollard Paints Helmet to Support SPCA of Monterey County

Orange County faculty member Truman Pollard recently painted a helmet to raise money for the SPCA of Monterey County.

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Interior Design
Orange County Students Visit Luxury Homes to Learn About Materials and Fabrication Techniques

Orange County students recently toured a luxury housing development under construction. They learned about materials and fabrication techniques, as well as how concepts were applied to the home designs.

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