Interior Design — real Interior Design — is not a self-taught hobby or the talents displayed in a home improvement show. This science-driven discipline is, at its essence, one of the most powerful factors in shaping the human experience. Today’s Interior Design professional relies on an array of hard skills that range from creating the spatial boundaries that define human relationships to harnessing the power of sustainable construction techniques and future-focused technologies, while at the same time adhering to current government regulations and industry guidelines.
At Woodbury University School of Architecture — consistently ranked one of the top 25 programs of its kind in the nation — we prepare students for successful and impactful careers in the ever-evolving field of Interior Design through a rigorous STEM-certified, CIDA-accredited BFA program.
Our students learn to plan, design, furnish, illuminate, and construct residential, commercial, and institutional spaces for a new era of living, learning, working, and playing. Through our signature interdisciplinary instructional approach, we provide students with exposure to Architectural and Computational Design [link], Applied Computer Science in Media Arts [link], Sustainable Practices [link], and Construction Management [link]. The result? Ethical, articulate, and innovative design professionals who are prepared to create built environments that enhance human well-being.