Interior Design Technology Interior Design
Established in 1957, Lethbridge College serves 6,500 full-time and part-time students in southern Alberta. To increase access for Aboriginal and rural students, programs are offered in learning centres outside Lethbridge. Students may take apprenticeship training, certificate and diploma programs, applied degrees and a bachelor degree. Academic programs are offered in areas such as agriculture, business and management, design and technology, environmental studies, health care, human services and justice studies. Applied degrees are offered in correctional studies and conservation enforcement. A collaborative bachelor's degree in nursing is available through the University of Lethbridge. University transfer courses are offered in areas such as Canadian studies, cultural studies, sociology, english and physical education. Apprenticeship training prepares students for occupations such as automotive service technician, carpenter, cook, electrician, heavy equipment technician, parts technician and welder. When needed, students may take academic preparation and English as a Second Language programs before making the transition to certificate and diploma programs or apprenticeship training. Lethbridge College offers a broad range of student support services. Recreation facilities provide venues for athletic and intramural programs as well as community sports teams. An important community resource, Lethbridge College also provides educational, cultural and recreational opportunities to local residents.
Satellite Campuses or Offices
Claresholm, Crowsnest Pass, Vulcan
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Diploma
Length 2 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning Available
ADMISSIONS: New students are accepted into the Interior Design Technology program for the fall (September) term.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: All applicants must meet the general admission requirements for Lethbridge College programs, as indicated in the Admission section of the calendar.
ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS: In addition to meeting the general admission requirements indicated in the Admission section of the calendar, applicants to this program must also satisfy the following specific course requirements (or equivalencies): Grade 12 math (equivalent to Alberta’s Math 30-2 or a higher level math). In addition to academic requirements, students need to submit a portfolio of creative work, both visual/graphic and written work. A description and details of the required portfolio projects will be mailed to applicants who meet the basic academic requirements for application.
YOUR INVESTMENT: A drafting kit deposit is required and is refundable upon return of the kit.
MOBILE LEARNING PROGRAM: This is a Mobile Learning Program that requires students to purchase a mobile device from Lethbridge College complete with program specific software. Go to www.lethbridgecollege.ca/mobilelearning for additional information.
PRACTICUM EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: There is a required practicum component to this program. The College dictates the legal terms and conditions governing the practicum experience. Failure by the student to accept by way of legal contract and abide by these terms and conditions will result in non-completion of the program.
NOTE: Applicants who lack the required academic admission requirements can apply to the College and University Preparatory Program to upgrade for your program.
PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT (PLA): If you have experience working in this field of study, you may be eligible for Prior Learning Assessment.
One course is available online, as identified in the calendar by (OL) after the course title.
Books/Supplies/Instruments $3,478.00 Year One
Tuition $2,595.00 Year One
Mandatory Fees $996.00 Year One
Transfer(s) available outside of Transfer Alberta: Not available
Updated May 30, 2017. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.