Why study interior architecture at the BAC?
Interior architecture is the design of human experience. It puts the needs of people first and shapes interior space to support our activities, goals, and dreams. Designers in interior architecture creatively apply a body of knowledge to address new challenges, working sustainably and supporting health and wellbeing.
The BAC's Bachelor and Master of Interior Architecture programs prepare students to become NCIDQ-certified interior designers through creative scholarship and real-world practical experience. The post-professional Master of Science in Interior Architecture helps students develop and apply specialized knowledge, establishing their unique professional identity and capabilities.
Graduates with BAC interiors degrees work in major interior and architecture firms and have started firms of their own. They design residential, retail, workplace, educational, hospital, and recreational environments. They work as corporate designers, as advocates in nonprofits, or for municipal governments in accessibility compliance and building code development. Some become color, furniture, and lighting consultants; others work as product designers, dealers, and sales representatives. Regardless of their career specifics, they carry the knowledge and skills of design into every new challenge.