Bachelor’s Program

As a major in our four-year Interior Studies: Adaptive Reuse BFA program, you receive an exceptional education in spatial design as it relates to the built environment. The program consists of 126 credit hours of coursework in Interior Architecture, studio electives and Liberal Arts classes across three departments: History, Philosophy and the Social Sciences, Literary Arts and Studies, and Theory and History of Art and Design.

In developing design strategies across a range of work, you learn how to investigate and make interior interventions in various forms, while recognizing the importance of social and environmental responsibility within the discipline. Graduates of the program earn a strong foundation that uniquely prepares you for graduate studies and professional design practice.