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College of Architecture
Interior Design, M.S.
The Specialization in Interior Design within the Master of Science Degree in Architecture is a scholarly research-based curriculum. This 36 credit hour program of study is designed for those students who have successfully completed a (CIDA accredited) undergraduate degree in interior design or closely related field and are interested in approaching the design of the built environment as user-centered providing a basis for informed design decisions. It is understood that of prime importance in the design of the built environment is the satisfaction of the user's physical, psycho social, and spiritual needs and the protection of their health, safety and well-being.
Provides you with a diverse skill set and career options
Continues a proud tradition of design excellence and leadership in education and research
Prepares you for leadership roles in developing theory and applying it to the current interior environments
Provides research and theory-based problem-solving skills for the increased complexity of interior built environments
Combines previous education, practical experience and scholarly inquiry into creating new knowledge to advance the discipline
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
# of Credits Required: 36
Locale: Midsize City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999