The BS Interior Design and MArch 4+2 Accelerated Dual Degree supports engaged, collaborative, active learning infused with “real world” issues. The design studios and core courses participate in collaborative projects with students working in other majors across the College as well as throughout the University. There is a strong potential for interdisciplinary research and design opportunities that engage community groups in public interest projects with the participation of industry partners. The combined BS Interior Design and the Master of Architecture 4+2
Accelerated Degree Option is intended for students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in Architecture while completing the undergraduate, professional program in Interior Design.
Curriculum: 6 years
- The 4+2 Accelerated Degree Option enables an undergraduate Interior Design major to complete four graduate courses required by the Master of Architecture program, for a maximum of twelve graduate course credits, while completing the undergraduate BS Interior Design degree.
- By sub-matriculating, a student achieves advanced standing in the three and a half year,100-credit Master of Architecture program and can complete the MArch degree with 52 credits.
- Upon graduation from the BS Interior Design program, a student may fulfill requirements for the MArch in two years of full-time study, comprising fall and spring semesters, for a total reduction of a year and half of graduate coursework and tuition.
Contact Lauren Baumbach or John Dwyer for more information.