The Interior Design Program at Georgia Southern University provides a student-centered professional undergraduate education.
We have been CIDA Accredited since 2000 and focus on “evidence based design” which uses the best available research for design decisions. We also enjoy a brand new state of the art facility.
What is Interior Design?
According to the 2019 Council for Interior Design Qualification, Inc. “interior design encompasses the analysis, planning, design, documentation, and management of interior non-structural/non-seismic construction and alteration projects in compliance with applicable building design and construction, fire, life-safety, and energy codes, standards, regulations, and guidelines for the purpose of obtaining a building permit, as allowed by law. Qualified by means of education, experience, and examination, interior designers have a moral and ethical responsibility to protect consumers and occupants through the design of code-compliant, accessible, and inclusive interior environments that address well-being, while considering the complex physical, mental, and emotional needs of people” (https://www.cidq.org/definition-of-interior-design).
Why Should You Choose Interior Design?
Georgia Southern graduates leave with a sense of accomplishment of earning an exceptional design education from a program that has produced many award winning Alumni. The culture of our program designates small classrooms to support collegiate friendships so that you can focus less on competition and more on collaboration. Your work will include hands on experiences that explore many exciting interior design fields through trips, student group activities and most of all the design studios.
What Do Our Interior Designers Do?
The three main interior design career paths typically include residential, commercial and specialized design and work to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.
For more information, contact the program coordinator: Dr. Beth McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org.