The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design is a four-year program of study accredited as a professional degree by the Council for Interior Design Education (CIDA). The role of interiors in architecture is continuously redefining itself as it touches upon areas such as housing, institutional, exhibition, set, and furniture design. The Interior Design Program in the School of Architecture offers a strong, professionally accredited curriculum sequence in which architectural interior design is not bound to a specific area, but rather pushes forward with no limits. Curriculum courses tie together history, theory, construction, and computer applications in a way that parallels the architecture studio education, while retaining a clear viewpoint on interior architecture and the other design arts.
MAJOR: INTERIOR DESIGN
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