Interior Design










Interior Design (Fashion & Textiles I)


The Fashion and Textiles Pathway can lead students to a career in retail, fashion merchandising, furnishings and interiors, or textile science. Students begin this Pathway with customer service skills, consumer behavior, color, elements of design, textiles and their properties, and merchandising math to include cost of goods sold, gross margin, markup, mark down, and percent change.

Fashion and Textiles I Foundations of Interior Design

Interior Design, Furnishings, Materials, and Components

Textile Science

Advanced Composition *


*Course counts as a 4th language arts credit for graduation and toward entrance requirements for a Board of Regents college.

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    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Interior Designers, Commercial / Residential and Home Furnishings Coordinators
  • Graphic Designers, CAD Technicians, and Fashion Illustrators
  • Textile Designers



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