Bachelor of Science in Interior Design: Admission Requirements
To apply to the B.S. in Interior Design program, prospective students are required to complete an overall application to the University.
Available openings within the Interior Design Program (second to fourth year courses) are limited and, therefore, entry is competitive. Entry is determined by the grade point average (GPA) of the 28 semester credit hours required in the Foundation Year of the College of Architecture. Students must complete all 28 hours of Foundation Year courses to be considered for acceptance into the Interior Design Program. Acceptance to the Interior Design Program is reviewed and granted only after the completion of the Spring Semester each year.
Other information for prospective undergraduate students: