Student Achievement Information

Retention Rate

85.8% of students enrolled in the Spring 2018 semester returned to continue in the interior design program in the Fall 2018 semester.

In 2018, the interior design program experienced 23 new entering students, 40% as new freshman and 60% as new transfer students. This was a 28% decrease in enrollment over the number of students who entered in 2017.

Graduation Rate and Degree Awarded

In 2018, thirteen bachelor degrees were awarded to interior design graduates. This reflects a 68.4% completion rate of the students who entered the sophomore studio in Fall 2015. 

Job Placement Rates

In 2018, 100% of interior design graduates were employed in the interior design industry upon graduation. Of the graduating group, residential designers or corporate designers employed 31%, architectural firms employed 62%, and design retail employed 7% of graduates.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs

In 2018, no interior design students applied for admission to graduate school.


Transfer Information: Taking interior design courses is a progressive process, learning fundamentals first and concluding with a senior capstone project.  Course must be taken consecutively, through a minimum of six long term semesters, to remain on track in the program. Students who plan to transfer should seriously review the course equivalencies as they enroll in courses at their previous institution to ensure credits will transfer. Students may also seek advisement recommendations through the Student Advising and Mentoring (SAM) Center.

Student Projects Policy:  The interior design program reserves the right to keep, display, and reproduce design projects and assignments submitted by students.  Graded projects and assignments are the property of the department.