Whether you’re ready to launch your interior design career or expand your options, this program will provide the foundation you need. You’ll collaborate with faculty whose decades of commercial experience provide exceptional insight into the ever-evolving life of a design professional. They’ll support your educational goals and help you combine your creativity with technical and business skills, preparing you to create sustainable, functional and appealing spaces where people feel comfortable and safe.
This program requires 30 hours including a thesis, or 36 hours without a thesis, regardless of emphasis. If you’re interested in a career in higher education or seek a better understanding of the research process, the thesis track is right for you.
Admission to this program requires a bachelor's degree in interior design or for the student to take leveling courses as determined by the program coordinator.
Earning this degree does not qualify students to take the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam to become a licensed interior designer.