The Graduate Program in Interior Architecture prepares expert interior designers with strong professional and content background, capable of engaging in evidence-based design and able to conduct and apply research. The program is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary degree program designed to engage students in advanced study regarding public interiors. The unique curriculum provides students with firsthand experience of a wide range of interior design issues in specialized areas of study such as hospitality design, healthcare facility design, and workplace design.
The Master of Interior Architecture provides professional degree tracks that are intended for individuals with bachelor degrees from other fields. This course of study has two tracks: a two-year track for students with bachelor degrees in architecture or landscape architecture, and a three-year track for students with bachelors degrees in other disciplines.
THREE YEAR TRACK – 90 Credits
A professional degree for students with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science, or equivalent, from an accredited institution.
Leveling courses may be required for students without a design background. These are in addition to degree requirements.
TWO YEAR TRACK – 63 Credits
A professional degree for students with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science, or equivalent, in Architecture or Landscape Architecture from an accredited institution.
For a complete list of requirements and courses, please visit the Department of Interior Architecture’s Graduate Catalog.