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Create environments that shape how we live, work, play and learn.
Informed by theories of design, an understanding of building systems and the application of technology, you will develop critical design thinking skills.
Through assignments, exercises and studio-based projects, apply and expand your design abilities.
Mount Royal has offered the Bachelor of Applied Interior Design degree, a Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) accredited program, for more than 15 years.
To become a registered or licensed interior designer in Canada, applicants must have graduated from a CIDA accredited program.
Attend classes with a 1:20 professor to student ratio ― receive personalized feedback and help on projects and assignments.
Industry-paid internship ― graduate prepared for the career of your choice with 450 hours of paid experience.
Interior Design students' society ― gain studio design and networking experience through extra-curricular activities.
The Language Education for Academic Purposes (LEAP) with four levels program is for low Intermediate to advanced level English language learners.
The recommended minimum language level for student success is CLB 4 or an IELTS score of 3.5.
You can complete this 15-month program in four 13-week terms starting in either fall, winter, or spring.
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