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Interior Design

The interior design program involves the detailed design of interiors, drawing on diverse knowledge from various disciplines and emphasizing an integrated approach that relates interior design to society and architecture. Students in the program are prepared to excel in a wide range of careers including commercial and residential design, as well as other related areas.

Program News

  • Interior design student Joycelyn Lundberg provided her tips for creating stylish dorm spaces for an article in The Detroit News.
  • What Our Students Say
  • The interior design program has provided me with so much over the past four years. With the help of my professors, I was able to find an internship that has helped me grow as a future designer. I have also been inspired by the amount of knowledge and connections that not only my professors, but classmates have. The interior design program has smaller class sizes, but we are a big success. I have been able to work side by side with classmates on creating designs for real life clients both on and off Central Michigan University's campus. The interior design program has ultimately prepared me for a fulfilling career in design. Mara Allen, Rockford, Michigan

Beginning in the fall of 2017, interior design majors are required to purchase a laptop computer for use in interior design courses.  The most recent technical requirements can be found on the Computer Requirements page of the website.  It should be noted that incoming freshman are not required to have the laptop until admission into the Interior Design program.


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