Good design can boost productivity, increase sales, attract clients, foster creativity, provide a relaxing hospital stay or even increase the market value of a building. Almost every built interior environment - including healthcare settings, schools, offices and homes - is planned by an interior designer.
Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design
Interior design is a profession incorporating both the functionality and aesthetics of indoor spaces. Interior designers understand the importance of the relationship between human beings and the complex microenvironment that they use.
Michael Bry, a senior in the Interior Design Program in the School of Planning, Design and Construction, was an awardee of the prestigious 2018 William Jefferson Clinton Scholarship to study abroad at the American University of Dubai last fall.
Interior Design Associate Professor and Program Director Suk-Kyung Kim, PhD; and assistant professor Linda Nubani, PhD, received the 2019 Interior Design Educators Council Community Service award at the 2019 IDEC Conference on March 5-9 in Charlotte, NC.
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The Horticulture program prepares students to make new discoveries in the plant sciences, promote the use of plants and food for improved human health, and manage and develop landscape design projects.
The Landscape Architecture Program focuses on the integration of art, science and human interaction, applying their knowledge to diverse and immersive project types from local to international settings.