Interior Architecture, MIA

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The MIA is a studio-based professional degree program that prepares graduates to fill leadership positions in interior architecture, design practice and education.

Focusing on the development of groundbreaking design solutions to contemporary and emergent societal issues, such as sustainability and health care, this program draws upon history, theory and criticism to inform a transdisciplinary, evidence-based approach. Studios will have close ties to the allied disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture, with faculty members from those programs actively involved in teaching studios with an interior architecture concentration. This provides a foundation of transdisciplinary learning to assist in the understanding of integrated practice. This degree program aims to further a candidate's comprehension of design as a synergistic process of identifying, analyzing and creating useful, beautiful and stimulating interior environments that serve the needs of varied user populations.

Program offered

Interior Architecture, MIA

Offered by
Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts


Plan of study

The Plan of study is the required curriculum to complete the program.

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Program requirements

Students should see the academic unit for the course list. Additional coursework is required if the student needs to take deficiency courses.

Information about this program

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