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University of Central Arkansas’ Interior Design Program was established in 1989 as one of four specialization tracks within the department of Family and Consumer Sciences leading to the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees. The department is one of nine departments administered through the College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.
The UCA Department of Family and Consumer Sciences offer two degree options for Interior Design majors: a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. The curriculum for the Interior Design degree is planned to prepare students to serve the interior design and architectural professions in areas of commercial and residential planning and merchandising. Course work for the Interior Design includes basic design, technical knowledge and skills, communication, history of the arts, and business practices.
The following checklists show the required courses for both degree options:
Academic Maps (Eight-Semester Plans) 2014-2015
Second Degree with Specialization in Interior Design Checklist, check here
Prerequisites Checklist for IDSN, check here
Please schedule an appointment with one of our following Interior Design advisors: Dr. Ann Bryan, K.C. Poole, or Jennifer Whitehead before registering for classes. Make sure to check for holds on your account that prevent or delay registration. Please see the Summer and Fall 2015 Advance Registration Schedule here.
Admission Requirements for IDSN: check here
To Apply to UCA
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