Interior Architecture & Design is a growing discipline that requires its practitioners to produce functional and beautiful spaces that fulfill human expectations while incorporating innovative technology and sustainable perspectives. The interior architecture and design degree program prepares students for practice at a variety of design firms through a sequence of studio, lab, and lecture classes where they address the design of diversified typologies of interior environments in the commercial and residential sectors: hospitality, healthcare, retail, workspaces, community and public spaces, transit spaces, and exhibit and temporary spaces.
The mission of the Bachelor of Interior Architecture & Design program is to nurture innovative and inspired designers able to conceive, plan and detail interior environments that support and enhance user experience and harmonious living.
Our Bachelor of Interior Architecture & Design degree program can prepare you for the following careers:
- Interior Architect
- Interior Designer
- Exhibit Designer
- Lighting Designer
- Furniture Designer
- Design Director
- Space Planner
The Minor in Interior Architecture & Design is open to all students of the undergraduate program (other than interior architecture & design bachelor’s degree students) who want to complement their majors with an understanding of the design of interior environments. With a strong emphasis on research and programming the spaces to support human activities and well-being, the minor will allow students to understand and practice the design of interior environments, such as hospitals, hotels or new typologies of commercial and public spaces. Learn more about earning a Minor in Interior Architecture & Design.
The Certificate in Interior Design for Architects is specifically addressed to architecture students and eligible non-degree seeking students interested in exploring and deepening their knowledge of the design of interior environments. With a strong emphasis on research and programming the spaces to support human activities and well-being, the studio work focuses on the design of complex environments, such as hospitals, hotels, or new typologies of commercial and public spaces. Learn more about earning a Certificate in Interior Design for Architects.