DesignIntelligence, a yearly publication of the Design Futures Council, has ranked the Graduate Program in Interior Design at Florida State University in the top tier of interior design programs across North America. DesignIntelligence has previously cited the FSU Graduate Program for its strong overall reputation, research and preparation of design educators.
What is it like to be an interior design graduate student at FSU? Recent students offer their point of view in this video produced by Mehdi Shayan and Elisha Vincent, MS Advanced Professional interior design graduate students, and supervised by Assistant Professor Amy Huber.
The FSU Graduate Program in the Department of Interior Architecture + Design offers the Master of Science, the Master of Arts and the Master of Fine Arts degrees.
The Master of Science Advance Professional degree is for you if you possess an undergraduate degree in Interior Design or Architecture. There are two tracks in this MS degree:
The Master of Arts for these tracks is also available and has further graduate level language and humanities requirements. See the Director of Graduate Studies for further details.
The Master of Fine Arts degree is for you if you possess an undergraduate degree in Interior Design or Architecture and are interested in teaching Interior Design at colleges and universities that accept the MFA degree credential. It is also appropriate for Interior Design practice, providing professional career enhancement and foundation skills in conducting evidence-based design interior design practice. You conduct original research in this track and complete a university thesis.
Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Marlo Ransdell
Department of Interior Architecture and Design
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1231
Phone: 850 644-6831
FAX: 850 644-3112