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San Francisco State University
Interior Design, B.S.

The B.S. in Interior Design prepares students for a career in the interior design industry. Required classes cover design elements, materials, history, contemporary design, computer applications, and professional development. Course work incorporates both hands-on and theoretical approaches to the study of interior design. The requirements enable students to develop basic knowledge of interior design including career opportunities, terminology, and common business practices as applied to the interior design industry. The program focuses on residential and commercial design. Students earning a degree in interior design will be able to immediately sit for the IDEX California exam to certify interior designers in the state of California. Graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) examination two years after full time employment in the field of interior design.

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