Program of Interior Design
Interior Design at Weber State prepares students to enter the design-build profession having knowledge of codes-based commercial environments, design theory, design process and advanced technical skills Students gain knowledge in Contract, Hospitality, Healthcare, Lighting, Residential and Kitchen and Bath design.
Why Choose Interior Design?
Our curriculum is enhanced with practical experience, internships, service learning, studio courses, field trips and study abroad experiences. The program features online and live lecture courses.
The program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accredited and is endorsed by the National Kitchen and Bath Association.
Upon completion of the program, you will be prepared to enter a design-build network of professions within the design industry. Upon graduation, you'll be ready to sit for the IDFX, the first portion of the professional exam, and be familiar with the content of professional licensure and certification exams, such as NCIDQ and LEED GA.
What Our Alumni are Saying
“My education through Weber State’s interior design program gave me the technical, creative thinking, & presentation skills necessary to be competitive
within the design industry. As a result, I was able to obtain employment after graduation with a top architecture & design firm and am
now designing resorts, hotels, casinos, & restaurants around the world.”
Zack Meyer, Designer, Class of 2017
“By far, the interdisciplinary charette exercise brought a real-world and very applicable experience. The team effort and demanding deadline
components are exactly what we do weekly in the design firm I am a part of. Additionally, the NCIDQ test prep, AutoCAD, kitchen & bath,
codes and lighting courses have proven invaluable. Contractors and associates are impressed with what I am able to bring to job site meetings in
real-time application. As a result I am well-prepared to work in bigtime high-end residential design/build environments.”
Neil Peterson, Designer, Class of 2016
Paula Berg Design
Declare your major
The practice of interior design has become complex, technical and demanding. Our Bachelor of Science program provides you with the technical design and sales skills necessary to compete in the profession.
Our associate’s degree provides you with a base knowledge of interior design, which you can build on while you’re earning your Bachelor of Science in Interior Design – Professional Sales.
In this program, you’ll learn design skills to complement your major. Interior Design minors often major in construction management technology, design engineering technology, professional sales and various art majors.
Interior Design is an emphasis in WSU’s Bachelor of Integrated Studies program, which allows you to select 3 areas of focus and work out a contract of courses with departments of your choice.
What Architecture and Design Firms are Saying
"Since I joined our architectural practice 13 years ago, we have always had an interior designer on staff. All of our designers have been products of the WSU Interior Design program and I would never look anywhere else for future interior design staffing needs. The students that we have hired from the WSU program have always been incredibly well prepared with well-rounded educations, excellent design skills, wonderful communication and presentation skills and robust skill sets. I have had the opportunity to attend several WSU Interior Design functions in the past and have always been impressed with the quality of the directors and instructors, the quality of the students design work … and of course … the students themselves."
Tony K. Pantone, AIA, LEED AP
“As an employer consistently searching for the best talent coming out of design programs, the school that never disappoints is Weber State University. Their students graduate with a clear understanding of the design industry, which can encompass everything from extensive technical skills, to thinking and working creatively. This gives their students the ability to work with clients in a variety of settings. Their graduates can hit the ground with their feet running and immediately generate revenue for our firm. I’m consistently impressed with their program, it rivals any other - in or out of the State of Utah."
LaMar Lisman, CEO, Principal Designer
Where Our Grads are Working
Interior Design Program at WSU
Interior Design Program, WSU Davis Campus D3
2570 University Park Blvd., MC 220
Layton, UT 84041-9099
Phone: 801-395-3423 | Fax: 801-626-6779 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org