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Discover the art and science behind upholstered furniture with this comprehensive course from the New York School of Interior Design. From dissecting famous designs to learning about construction and materials, this program is perfect for anyone looking to enhance their understanding of this essential element of interior decorating.
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|Age Requirements||18 and older|
|Average Class Size||10|
We offer two types of online learning experiences:
SELF-PACED: The individual classes and Basic Interior Design certificate, and Associate in Applied Science in Interior Design are self-paced. You can sign in whenever you can to watch pre-recorded lectures and get weekly assignments. Weekly login participation is required.
REAL-TIME: For the MPS in Sustainable Interior Environments program, you join your instructor and classmates via video conferencing for discussions in real time.
What are the advantages of the self-paced online class?
Convenience and Flexibility: Convenience and flexibility are the most obvious advantages. Students can log into the course throughout the week, on any computer, and study when it’s convenient. The self-paced online courses are all pre-recorded.
Freedom to travel while you study: Courses can be taken from anywhere you have an internet connection; business trips and vacations no longer mean missed classes.
Great courses, just like onsite: NYSID’s online courses have created an atmosphere of shared learning that is close to the classroom experience. In many cases the courses are taught by the same faculty teaching onsite.
You can take a combination of online and onsite courses: Students matriculated in the onsite Basic Interior Design (BID) certificate (with the exception of international students) may take up to 9 credits in the online format; students matriculated in the online BID may take up to 9 credits in onsite courses. Any academic credits earned online will directly apply to future degree programs.
How do the self-paced online courses work?
Structure: Typically, there is a lecture each week with required assignments to complete and post. Additionally, students interact with each other in the discussion forums where they respond to questions. Students have flexibility in terms of completing their studies. Students should expect due dates for assignments which require participation in the online course throughout the week. Some classes will have scheduled conference calls or video conference options, which will be identified in the course syllabus.
Schedule: Each for-credit course is 15 weeks long during the fall and spring semesters, and 8 weeks long during the summer semester. Students typically have several due dates a week where participate in a discussion forum, submit an assignment, or take a quiz.
Time commitment: The time that you spend working on your online course will vary based on the number of credits and assignments.
Relationship building: There are lots of ways in which students interact with their instructor and peers. Students discuss topics in the discussion board, where their instructor and peers provide insight, guidance, and feedback. Students and the instructor also communicate through private assignment correspondence within the course site or via e-mail. Sometimes instructors arrange for a class chat, either using a conference call or an instant message system.
What about exams?
Some courses require midterm and final exam proctoring. This will be listed in the course description. There is an additional fee for exam proctoring. Students will need access to a webcam during the exam.
Upholstered furniture is a major component in decorating, and one of the most important elements of comfortable living. This course examines all aspects of upholstered furniture as an integral part of an interior. Learn the components of upholstered seating and how famous interior designers have combined these features to create classic styles. Examine the inner workings of upholstered furniture to see how the construction impacts comfort and longevity. Explore a range of upholstery materials, cushion and frame shapes, all about finishing touches such as trimming and decorative pillows.
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.
Refunds (less 5% cancellation fee) must be requested at least 6 business days prior to the first session or no refund is permissible.
Fees are nontransferable. Registration and technology fees (applied to credit-bearing courses) are nonrefundable, and a drop fee applies to dropped credit‐bearing courses resulting in a refund.
There are absolutely no exceptions to this policy.
In any event where a customer wants to cancel their enrollment and is eligible for a full refund, a 5% processing fee will be deducted from the refund amount.
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