The Interior Design program at Baylor University prepares undergraduate students to serve with integrity in a diverse and global marketplace, equipped to address human needs by applying methods of inquiry and design that promotes health, safety, and wellness of all users within the built environment.
Establishing a sound foundation of course work and design studio experiences, the program encourages critical problem solving and creative expression. The global focus provides students experiences and instruction that reveal the interconnectedness of cultures, people, and the critical role of Interior Design in establishing and maintaining healthy communities.
The Interior Design program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), which sets the standards for quality education, ensuring graduates will be prepared for professional practice and future advancement. Guided by the Christian worldview that Baylor embraces, this program serves all people through a human-centered approach to interior architecture.