A Wisco native who doesn’t like beer but, has never met a cheese she didn’t like. Former horse girl, Emily is the oldest of all her relatives in her generation (both sides of the family) and is always forced to sit at the kids table despite her pleas to be moved. She’s a passionate fish mom to an orchid betta, because she doesn’t currently have time (or money) to commit to a dog. Em was bit by the travel bug at a young age and has been to 15 states (including whatever Washington DC is considered to be) and 4 countries. She has goals to visit more, however she’s held back by a weird obsession with Disney World and visits the Magic Kingdom way too often for someone who doesn’t live in Florida.
Interior designers use creativity, technical knowledge, and aesthetics to create solutions that improve the function and quality of interior environments. Coursework includes manual and computer-aided design (CAD) drawing, and commercial and residential planning.
Demand for interior designers is strongest in kitchen and bath design and remodeling, and in corporate and industrial facilities design.
The Interior Design program features exploratory courses that count toward a credential. Contact an MATC advisor for information.
- Design Consultant
- Interior Designer
- Kitchen Designer
- Residential Designer
- Lighting Designer
- Manufacturer’s Representative