Our department currently offers a master's degree program in Family and Consumer Sciences with an option emphasizing Interior Design. This program is appropriate for students with previous degrees in interior design, architecture, construction management, art, design, and other related majors.
Our undergraduate program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation for first professionals and serves as masters degree for employment as a professor in Interior Design.
The Interior Design program does have specific laptop requirements that will exceed the university requirements.
Family and Consumer Sciences graduate students with an interest in the interior design field can potentially include the following nine graduate level courses in the interior design area as part of their graduate degree program. These courses include
The Graduate Catalog provides course descriptions and other information about these courses and our Master's degree program. Lower level courses are also available for students needing to complete deficiency coursework for their Master's degree, licensing exam preparation, and future career success.
Additional information about how to apply and degree requirements is located at the Department's Graduate website.