Human Environmental Studies - Interior Design
Interior design includes the planning and design of innovative, functional, supportive and responsible interior environments for residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional uses. Interior designers often work with architects, building owners and managers, furniture dealers and manufacturers, and contractors to plan and organize the elements of space for effective environments.
As an interior design student at Southeast, you receive real-world experience through numerous field trip experiences to study residential and commercial design, visit designers, attend American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) functions and attend the annual Chicago’s NeoCon Interiors Market in the summer.
Completion of this degree enables you to take the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) examination after two years of full-time experience in the field. This licensure re-affirms your knowledge and skill in the interior design field.