Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design
The M.F.A. in Interior Design prepares students to teach at the college level and develop evidence-based design skills bridging practice and research. Students explore current issues in the interior design profession and develop skills to effectively communicate these issues to future students. Graduates develop and teach an undergraduate interior design course, form a research topic, prepare a thesis derived from their evidence-based research, and display their final design and teaching portfolios at the MFA/MID Student Exhibition. The M.F.A. in Interior Design is a terminal degree.
Admissions Documents RequirementsOfficial College Transcript(s). Portfolio. Professional Resume
Admissions GPA Requirements
3.0 from all college transcripts
Additional Admissions Requirements
portfolio, undergraduate degree accreditated by CIDA; NCIDQ certification; professional work experience, bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
Brenau University participates in NC-SARA.