What will I study?
The Interior Design program provides a combination of 61 credits of interior design and art courses, the required number of credits in order for an entry-level designer to sit for the National Council of Interior Design Qualification Examination. This program requires at least 45 credits of interior design courses and at least 15 credits of art courses. The program combines classroom instruction with extensive laboratory activities and practical field work as an intern during the senior year. An emphasis on industry best practices and excellence of design supports the University' s goal to build Christlike character in students.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Evaluate and analyze major achievements and individuals of graphic design history and the contemporary design community.
-- Create original solutions to design problems of varying complexity in a variety of media, utilizing the theories of communication design.
-- Design a professional portfolio that meets or exceeds industry standards with utilization of design technology and implementation of typographic skill.