Master of Interior Design
Areas of Study
The two master’s degree programs in interior design lead to professional and postprofessional academic degrees.
The Master of Interior Design (first professional) may qualify graduates to become licensed or registered as an interior designer. Interested students are encouraged to confirm requirements for the state in which they hope to practice and confirm NCIDQ eligibility requirements.
The Master of Interior Design (postprofessional) degree offers students advanced studies, theory, and research for those holding a prior professional degree in interior design or architecture.
For more information, visit the interior design website.
Graduate Studies Committee
The following faculty members served on the Graduate Studies Committee (GSC) in the spring 2020 semester.
GSC list updated fall 2020 based on spring 2020 appointments.
Elizabeth A Danze|
Nerea Feliz Arrizabalaga
Tamie Michele Glass
Christopher A Long|
Clay D Odom
Igor P Siddiqui
Upon admission to the program, students must pay a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to indicate that they accept the offer of admission. The deposit is applied to the payment of tuition when the student enrolls.
Master of Interior Design (first professional). This degree program is open to qualified applicants who hold baccalaureate degrees in any discipline without a prior professional degree in interior design or architecture.
Master of Interior Design (postprofessional). This degree program is open to qualified applicants with a prior professional baccalaureate degree in interior design or architecture.