Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design
The professional-level Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design(MFA-1) is a three-year program designed to provide an advanced interior design degree to students who have a baccalaureate degree in a field unrelated to design.
The focus of the MFA-1 program is on the ability to formulate, propose, and work out design solutions that are safe, sustainable, and aesthetically pleasing. The comprehensive curriculum emphasizes research and analysis applied to a wide range of user groups, taking into account global practice, sustainable design, and social justice.
Graduates of the program are provided with the necessary skills to participate in leading the discipline into the future and to broaden the understanding of how interior design can serve society. In combination with the required professional experience, the curriculum satisfies the educational requirements for membership in national and local interior design associations and with work experience, allows graduates to sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam for interior design certification.
The program requires full-time study.
Applicants can have an undergraduate degree in a field unrelated to design.
Portfolio is optional for admission.