Interior Architecture—Bachelor of Fine Arts
What you'll learn
Through this program, you will learn how architectural elements interact and synthesize to meet physical, psychological, social, and intellectual needs of people in a variety of settings.
If you are sensitive to the use of materials and details in a built environment, are attentive to color, enjoy drawing, constructing, and organizing objects and spaces, this program may provide a challenging and fulfilling career choice.
For more than 30 years, the Interior Architecture program has been preparing graduates for successful careers in residential and non-residential design, as well as in lighting, visual display, sales, and showroom management.
Applicants must meet general University admission guidelines to enroll in any School of Art + Design program. Additionally, a portfolio review is required for admission consideration for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Interior Architecture, as well as for talent-based scholarship consideration and transfer admission.
Students planning to apply to a BFA program can learn more about the portfolio requirements and submission via our Portfolio FAQ page.
Technology Requirements [pdf]
Interior Architecture faculty
The Interior Architecture program faculty are qualified experienced professional designers and dedicated design educators. Program courses present ideas, issues, and information central to the contemporary practice of interior design. If you’d like more information about the Interior Architecture program, contact Professor Matthew Ziff.