Interior design focuses on enhancing the function and quality of interior spaces for its users, creating a space that improves the quality of life, increases productivity, and protects the health, safety, and welfare of the people who inhabit it. In the School of Architecture and Design's interior design program, you'll learn how to create design concepts that are aesthetic, appropriate, and functional, all while collaborating with other professionals to determine mechanical, electrical, and load-bearing needs along with adhering to codes and standards. Interior design requires you to work with clients to fill their needs and expectations, while considering spacial, functional, and structural needs.
Our graduates go on to become design professionals and are responsible contributors to the critical, ethical, and aesthetic dialogues that take place with the world community. We have garnered a national reputation as a premier interior design program with graduates who possess creativity and design excellence. Our students compete regularly in national competitions and recently won an international competition for their interior design concept that helps combat obesity.