Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Building
Indiana University—Purdue University Fort Wayne
2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Interior Design professionals provide creative and project management services for a variety of clients including homeowners, business owners, institutions, manufacturers and those planning special events.
The Associate of Science (A.S.) program helps you prepare for employment as an interior design assistant, residential designer, kitchen design consultant, lighting and color consultant, drafts person, CAD operator, or product representative. To complete this degree you must complete 67 credits. The curriculum includes IPFW General Education requirements; College of Engineering Technology and Computer Science requirements; and core courses in technology and practical design. The program also prepares you to work towards a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program is open to those who have completed an associate degree in interior design or equivalent. To earn this degree you must complete a total of 125 credit hours. The curriculum will include IPFW General Education requirements; College of Engineering Technology and Computer Science requirements; and core courses in commercial design, furniture and design history, professional communication, advanced computer graphics and professional practice. Electives and a three course senior design sequence allows you to develop an area of design specialty such as health care, education, hospitality, or residential projects.