Georgia Southern Interior Design
The Interior Design Program at Georgia Southern University provides a student-centered professional undergraduate education to prepare students for careers and graduate education in interior design and architecture. We have been CIDA Accredited since 2000 and focus on “evidence based design” which uses the best available research for design decisions. Through the use of active-learning we focus on human-centered design, sustainability, and human well-being in the built environment.
Rated #1 for the 2023 Best Public CIDA accredited Interior Design Schools in Georgia by CollegeFactual
The Interior Design program currently has over 230 major students, taught by five full-time interior design professors. The student/faculty ratio is low, enabling professors to give students individual attention. Typical studio courses have a maximum of 18 students. The faculty works closely with students as advisors and mentors. The design faculty hold advanced degrees in interior design or architecture. There is a range of expertise, as well certifications like NCIDQ and LEED, and professional memberships in groups such as ASID, IIDA and IDEC. Learn more about the faculty. We also enjoy a brand new state of the art facility.
Interior Design News, Events and Student Organization Activities
- CABS Autism Clinic PresentationsThis week the INDS 4446 Design Studio V Capstone class presented their interdisciplinary service-learning work to […]
- INDS Student Sculptures Featured in Community AuctionThe Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art at Georgia Southern University will display a series of […]
- Dr. Christine Wacta receives GrantChristine Wacta, Ph.D., assistant professor of interior design in Georgia Southern University’s College of Behavioral and […]
Bachelor of Science Degree
Interior Design students at Georgia Southern University enroll in a Bachelor of Science Degree on the Statesboro Campus. Check out more about the curriculum and degree requirements in the Curriculum tab or use the button below to link to more information.
General degree requirements include 124 credit hours with 54 credits in Interior Design.
Located one hour west of the coastal city of Savannah and four hours south of Atlanta, Georgia, our program has proximity to rural areas, intermediate sized cities, metropolitan cities, resorts and coastal regions.
Our unique location affords students varied and abundant off-campus opportunities to visit historic sites and contemporary facilities.