A career in interior design is part creative, part science, part business: designing and decorating functional and attractive spaces on time and on budget—and knowing why those design choices matter.
ACU’s Bachelor of Science in interior design explores how the technical and aesthetic aspects of interior design affect a diversity of populations within residential and non-residential environments. Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), this program prepares you with unique problem-solving techniques to creatively plan and design environments that protect the health, safety and welfare of building occupants.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
Major Requirements: 66 credit hours (Choice of 2 tracks)
Electives: 6 credit hours
Total Required: 128 credit hours
|Department||Art and Design
|School/College||College of Arts and Sciences
You’ll take courses such as:
By design, much of what art and design students do in the classroom is hands-on. Other real-world opportunities are found in student organizations and co-curriculars including: