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Interior Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree

As a student in UCM's Interior Design program, you will study aesthetic and technical experiences in order to solve problems related to the function of interior environments and to enhance the health, safety and welfare of the public.

Why Choose Interior Design at UCM?

What will I study?
Through a series of projects, the Interior Design program will help you sharpen your visual, oral and written skills.

Courses include:

  • Art Theory and Criticism
  • Construction Documentation for Interior Design
  • Interior Design Environmental Systems
  • Interior Detailing and Furniture Design

What can I do with a degree in Interior Design?

  • Architect Drafter
  • Art Director
  • Civil Drafter
  • Computer-Aided Design Technician
  • Cost Estimator


How can I get involved outside the classroom?
At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects.

In Interior Design, students have an opportunity to be involved in:

  • The UCM Interior Design Student Association

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About our Faculty:
The student to faculty ratio at UCM is 17 to 1, which allows professors to get to know you and provide personalized attention.

Faculty members in the Interior Design program are committed to each student's success. Faculty members offer expertise and professional experience in lighting design, presentation styles, and residential and non-residential interior design. Students who are interested in special projects often work very closely and individually with members of the faculty to develop knowledge in specific areas of interior design.

Learn more about Interior Design at UCM:

Department of Art and Design
660-543-4481

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"I was amazed that this kind of education was available near where I grew up. I think working with current, professional tools will benefit me."
Kristen Hirlinger, Music Technology major