Interior Design Program

The award-winning Interior Design Program at WCU is your blueprint for success. Through our curriculum, we will prepare you for career opportunities in a field that combines creativity, technology and business in a profession that relies on your people skills, problem-solving capabilities, and financial awareness. 

Our accomplished, professional faculty will guide you every step of the way, helping you to hone your skills and capabilities as you become immersed in your chosen discipline, both inside and outside the classroom. 

Our curriculum will allow you to learn and experience the discipline of interior design, both inside and outside the classroom. The B.S. degree in interior design includes a senior research project and internship. To learn more, review the major requirements and the curriculum.

Take a look at the data below regarding the achievements of our students. We're proud of what they've done with the building materials we've set out for them. You can do it, too! 

Interior Design Student Achievement Data
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

Job Placement: 100% of the students that graduated in May of 2014 were employed by January of 2014, with 90% employed within the interior design field.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs: 100% of the students from the May 2014 graduating class who applied to graduate school were accepted.

Graduation Rates: 91% of the students from the class of 2014 graduated in 4 years.

Retention/ Attrition: 91% of all interior design students enrolled during the spring 2014 semester returned in the fall 2014 semester, putting attrition at 9%.


If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Interior Design. We look forward to hearing from you.


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