The Concentration in Interior Architecture is designed to expose learners to cutting edge design topics preparing them for the selection of their emphasis area for the thesis documentation. This could be Universal Design, Technological Issues, Sustainable/Environmental Design, Design Management, Lighting Design, Historical Preservation, Construction or another area of interest to the student that is approved by the student’s thesis advisor.
This degree program requires 36 credits and consists of six core management courses, five concentration courses and one elective course. It is designed to provide professionals with the necessary management and design skills required to lead in today’s environment.
Students completing this program will be able to:
· Analyze, evaluate, and synthesize issues connected to interior design, for the purpose of improving the quality of life and increasing productivity
· Analyze and evaluate designs to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the public
· Critique and evaluate emerging strategies, laws, and regulations pertinent to the field of interior architecture and design management
· Evaluate and apply quantitative and qualitative data for the purpose of drawing conclusions and inferences about phenomena and events
Minimum Grade Requirement
A minimum grade of C is required in all graduate courses.