Why Interior Design at Appalachian State?
The interior design program is a four‐year, professional degree program that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design degree. Our curriculum provides an educational foundation that prepares students to enter the interior design profession and positions the student to seek professional status through the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam as well as state‐specific licensure. The program combines lecture and studio courses and is a balance of theoretical and pragmatic approaches. Environmental responsibility in design is a focus of the program and is woven holistically throughout the curriculum. The program is located within the Department of Applied Design in the College of Fine and Applied Arts. The program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) and by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
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Yesterday afternoon our Juniors left Boone and headed to Peachtree City, Georgia. They spent their day at Eaton Source and learned so much about everything commercial lighting and why lighting design is so important. Thank you @eatonlightingdivision for treating App State’s Juniors so well today! . . #eatonsource #eatonsourcetrip #appstate #appstateint #interiordesign #lightingdesign #lighting
Senior Madeline Myatt recognized by IDFA as a Rising Star in High Point, North Carolina.Student Spotlights, Program News
Interior Design students present at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium Dec 18, 2019
Seniors Cat McDiarmid and Laney Branch present their research for their Interior Design Senior Capstone Projects on November 23, 2019 at theStudent Spotlights, Program News
“One of the reasons I chose Appalachian was because the interior design program doesn’t just focus on design but also includes theStudent Spotlights