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“What better place than NYC to really meet the people who are doing what students want to be doing in the future?”
Jane Smith
Chair
Student Work
About The Department
  • Council for Interior Design (CIDA) accredited program
  • Creative skills are taught alongside with technical, as well as business and leadership skills
  • Internship opportunities available in NYC’s leading interior design and architecture firms
  • 80 students, 30 faculty, 56 courses
Courses

  • Curriculum at a glance
    • 78 credits in studio
    • 30 credits in humanities & sciences
    • 12 credits in art history
  • 56 courses offered, including:
    • Building and Interior Systems
    • Color Theory and Rendering
    • Computer-Aided Drafting and Design
    • Construction Documents
    • Critical Thinking for Interior Designers
    • Design Build
    • Design Professional
    • Drafting: Basic Building Systems
    • Drawing: Environment and Composition
    • Drawing: Perspective
    • Fabrication Techniques
    • Furniture and Finishings
    • Influences in Contemporary Interiors
    • Interior Design: Professional Practice
    • Interior Materials and Finishes
    • Introduction to Computer Design 
    • Introdution to Revit: Building Information 
    • Introduction to Rhino and Digital
    • Lighting and Specialty Design
    • Models for Interior Designers and Architects
    • Modern and Contemporary Interiors
    • Practical Applications for the Interior Design Professional
    • Principles of Interior Design
    • Sustainable Design
    • Western Architecture: Art and Interior Design
    • World Architecture: Art and Interior Design
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