#florida interior design
The Department offers both Bachelors and Master’s programs. The Undergraduate Program has been fully accredited since 1975 by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). Both the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees are offered at the undergraduate level. The Graduate Program includes the Master of Science First Professional degree for those candidates without an undergraduate degree in interior design or architecture. This program fully prepares candidates to enter the profession and, after practicing the required hours, sit for the NCIDQ exam required for licensing in many states. The Master of Science Advanced Professional, Master of Arts, and Master of Fine Arts degrees are available for candidates already holding a bachelors degree in interior design or other related and approved design discipline. Our MFA program is especially responsive to those graduate students wishing to enter the field of design education.
The Undergraduate Program
The Graduate Program
The Graduate Program in Interior Design offers the Master of Science, the Master of Arts and the Master of Fine Arts degrees that prepare you for design practice or a career in teaching and research. All degrees help prepare you to take the NCIDQ certification exam after required practice experience is completed.