Department of Human Sciences
Sharon Coleman, program coordinator
The Interior Design curriculum meets the requirements for Allied membership in the American Society of Interior Designers and Affiliate membership in the International Interior Design Association. Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, the B.S. degree offers preparation for entry-level positions in residential and contract design firms, sales, design consulting, computer-aided design, and other related design areas. The program includes a major in Interior Design and a professional core in Human Sciences, art, and business.
Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the internship or co-op programs.
Students electing to major in Interior Design must complete all of the following courses with a grade of C (2.00) or better and be admitted to the professional sequence of IDES courses to progress beyond the first year of required coursework. Admission is limited, and therefore, competitive.
Required 30 hours for application:
General Education ENGL 1010 , ENGL 1020 - 6 hours
General Education Natural Science - 8 hours
General Education Math - 3 hours
General Education Humanities/Fine Arts (excluding ART 1030 ) - 3 hours
General Education Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 hours
HSC 1010 (section for IDES majors) - 1 hour
Other (from required professional support or general education courses) - 6 hours