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Department of Interior Architecture & Product Design

Interior Architecture & Product Design

Garrett Steinlage's and Chelsea Flickinger's Roo table in collaboration with OFS Brands.


The Master of Interior Architecture & Product Design is attainable through one of two tracks: the five year plus a summer non-baccalaureate track or the three year plus summers post-baccalaureate track (both accredited by CIDA  and approved by NASAD). Depending upon the regulations in each state, this combination of accredited degree coupled with practical experience in the field prepare students to take the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam as well as other professional examinations (for instance, to become LEED certified) and are eligible for certification or licensure in states currently registering interior architects and designers. -- see our retention and assessment stats


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Madeline Appel's and Hannah Gwartney's Project JC Harmon School Future of EducationMadeline Appel's and Hannah Gwartney's Project JC Harmon School Future of Education
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Department of Interior Architecture & Product Design | College of Architecture, Planning & Design

1087 Seaton Hall | Manhattan KS 66506-2902 | 785-532-5992 | iapd@k-state.edu