Course of Study A BFA in interior design shall consist art and design foundation courses, art history and interior design courses, as well as successful completion of the sophomore graduate entry portfolio review. Additionally, students are only awarded the BFA in interior design upon completion of the MID requirements as listed in the graduate section of the Catalog.
In addition to the requirements listed below, students are reminded that all majors will demonstrate oral and written communication competency within the context of writing and/or speech intensive courses in the major. Students enrolled in the Interior Design Program are required to obtain a laptop computer capable of running CADD by fall semester of the sophomore year. See the Information Technology website or contact the helpdesk.
In the student’s last semester as an undergraduate, the student may be permitted to take ID 646 and one other course in combination with their final undergraduate courses. The student must agree to the following conditions in writing:
- The undergraduate version of those courses must not be required for their undergraduate program.
- The student will not receive any financial aid toward the graduate hours.
- The registration for the graduate course(s) must be approved by the chair.
- If the student is not successful in the last semester in all course work, those graduate courses will be reverted to the undergraduate level on the student’s transcript.
The other graduate courses the student can choose (one) from are: