Interior Design is both an art and a science. As the discipline that interfaces between architecture and the user, its purpose is to enhance the quality of life and facilitate human activity within the built environment. The Interior Design baccalaureate curriculum combines the critical thinking skills and broad, cultural knowledge inherent in the liberal arts with the creative, technical, and professional skills necessary for interior design practice. Coursework focuses on issues relevant to current design practice, including: environmental concerns, the use of sustainable materials for “green design,” the needs of special populations, and changing technology.
The Art Institute of Atlanta is an institution with a rich history of academic achievement. We are a private college of creative professional studies that prepares students for careers in design, media, and culinary arts. Our academic programs are formulated with industry input. To ensure that our students are equipped with skills and competencies that are aligned with industry standards, we have taken the extra measure in the development of our curriculum to provide a career-oriented education that addresses the multifaceted needs of an emerging global market.
Art Institute of Atlanta: Interior Design Program
Interior Design Degree Program