Interior Design

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In KCAD's Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design degree program, students focus on creative problem solving to enhance the function and aesthetic quality of interior environments and study universal and sustainable design principles in residential and commercial projects.

Located in the heart of the contract and home furnishings industry and accredited by The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), the program has established a consistently high professional placement record among its alumni. Students to gain firsthand knowledge of the profession through field trips, internships, and other educational experiences with furniture manufacturers, design firms, furniture dealerships, and architectural firms.

 

 

 

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View the KCAD College Catalog for a list of current courses. 
 

Mary Ellen Fritz

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PROGRAM CHAIR

Dustin Altschul

ADJUNCT FACULTY

Kimberly Clark

ADJUNCT FACULTY
ADJUNCT FACULTY

As a graduate of the Interior Design program, you'll be prepared to plan, design, and furnish the interiors of homes and public spaces. You’ll design offices, retail stores, restaurants and hotels, schools, and healthcare settings. You may work in an architecture or interior design firm, specialize in kitchen and bath design, work for a furniture manufacturer or dealership, or be an interior product manufacturer’s representative. You may be the boss, contribute great design solutions to a team, or be an expert in design thinking. Anything is possible.

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