Interior Design (ID)
BGSU’s Interior Design program is a four-year, 122-hour program that leads to a Bachelor of Science degree, which prepares students for work in the professional practice of interior design. The professional program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
Our students have opportunities to:
- Study abroad
- Learn from experts
- Gain valuable experience in work co-ops
- Join BGSU’s American Society of Interior Design (ASID) chapter
- Join International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
- Become a LEED Green Associate
What is Interior Design?
Interior design is the aesthetic interpretation and organization of space, human activity and experience. Interior design professionals create exciting spaces that enhance quality of life, support human behavior and work processes, and boost productivity and efficiency. This profession is a nexus of art, technology and science.
As the demand for quality housing and commercial facilities rises, interior designers are finding many opportunities for creative design positions.