The Master of Interior Design degree offers three areas of focus, Sustainable Living, Design Process Management, and Architectural Lighting. All three tracks emphasize Interior Design’s unique location in the College of Architecture, which offers the opportunity to collaborate with the fields of Architecture, Construction Science, Landscape Architecture and Regional and City Planning. All tracks will reinforce the notion of collaboration and integrated practice in the built environment. The common mission of all three tracks is research into the design and the process of creating better spaces for the community and environment through emphasis on sustainability, integrated design process management, and architectural lighting.
In addition to the admission requirements of the Graduate College, the following materials must be submitted directly to the Graduate Liaison of the Division of Interior Design for evaluation.
1. A transcript from all previous institutions.
2. A portfolio of work, 8” x 11” format preferred.
3. A statement, limited to 500 words, of the intent for pursuing graduate studies in interior design at the University of Oklahoma.
4. Three letters of recommendation.
A student enrolled in the final semester of undergraduate studies may apply for admission to the graduate program in interior design for the next regular semester following completion of his/her undergraduate degree. Admission to the program will be contingent upon satisfactory completion of undergraduate studies, subject to final review by the Division Director.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Small Suburb
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999