B.F.A. in Interior Design

The program will prepare students for the field of interior design that encompasses residential and commercial space planning, lighting design, research, construction documentation and sustainable design.  Interior designers are responsible for budgets, materials specifications, contract documents and lighting systems within interior design projects, and they often work collaboratively with architects and construction professionals. They also practice and understand historical and theoretical design considerations, human factors, professional best practices and presentation/design communications

The B.F.A. in Interior Design will provide a learning environment that fosters creativity and collaboration between art, design and technical disciplines. It is the integration of knowledge accumulated through studies in general education, technology, art and design that prepare interior design students to create meaningful, safe and life-enhancing interior environments that contribute to the cultural, social and environmental well-being of society. Students will develop the sensibilities, techniques, and methods necessary for an interior design career. Through theory, practice and history students will gain creative and critical thinking skills to successfully problem-solve in their field.    

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The Interior Design program provides a specialized education and is accredited by the National Association for Schools of Art and Design.


Council for Interior Design Accreditation

The program is also accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation.