The Interior Design program prepares students for careers in interior design and closely related industries. The program is structured through a holistic approach to designing that integrates industry standards as well as scientific and experimental methods which all serve to develop broad student skill sets and professionalism. As San Francisco State University is located in close proximity to a dynamic design center, the program is able to foster additional experiential learning through utilization of these resources in addition to our own.
The program focuses on both residential and commercial interior design and includes curricula which build on rigor within the transition from foundational courses through advanced level practicum courses. Program study includes a culminating experience within the final semester of study, the Senior Thesis Project.
Students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design are equipped to engage in entry level interior design practice and are eligible to sit for the IDEX California Exam immediately upon graduation.
- Interior Design (ID) Requirements
- Four Year Suggested Course Road Map for Interior Design
- Change of Major to Interior Design (ID) Policy
- Change of Major Form (Less than 96 units completed)
- Change of Major Form (Acurring 96 units or more)
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