Kitchen and Bath Design, Certificate of Proficiency


This skill-oriented program emphasizes visual and oral communication skills necessary for the development of functional and aesthetically pleasing residential kitchen and bath design. Students will become familiar with trade, professional and industry resources available both locally and nationally.

Persons interested in this program should have a strong desire to work with people, enjoy functional problem solving, and appreciate the impact of design in our environment. Previous drawing, design, drafting or computer courses are also helpful.

Students will become student members of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. At the completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the AKBD (Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer) exam. Graduates are qualified for entry level positions in the residential kitchen and bath design field. This program is fully accredited by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).

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ARC 110Architectural Graphics3
ART 186Building Systems and Construction for Interior Designers3
ART 151Interior Design I3
ART 155Bath Design3
ART 156Advanced Kitchen Design3
AT 151Interior Specifications, Materials, and Methods3
AT 152Lighting Design3
AT 251Computer Aided Kitchen and Bath Design3
ART 158Workplace Learning: Kitchen and Bath Design3
Select one of the following:3
Principles of Selling
Principles of Marketing
Design Communication for Interior Design and Architecture I
Total Credit Hours30