Meredith’s interior design major, which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree, provides opportunities for students interested in residential and commercial design.
You will build skills in space planning, programming, computer-aided design and presentation methods. You can also enhance your course work with design internships and participation in the Meredith’s ASID student chapter.
Why Choose Meredith’s Interior Design Program?
Meredith has the only Council for Interior Design Accreditation accredited interior design program in the Triangle area
Meredith’s location provides an active design community, which supplies numerous opportunities for internships, jobs, speakers and field trips.
Local design professionals support Meredith’s interior design program by participating in a strong mentor program. These professionals also serve on an interior design advisory board, and faculty regularly invite designers to campus for workshops with our students.
Meredith’s program has an emphasis on professional practice, which prepares our students for success. Our alumnae work in all aspects of the field. Click here to read about three of our successful alumnae.
Meredith’s interior design program is housed in Martin Hall. Renovated in 2004, Martin includes two interior design studios and one CAD studio, a resource room and a plotter room.
For more information, contact Dr. Martha Burpitt, Professor of Human Environmental Sciences and program coordinator, (919) 760-8550 or firstname.lastname@example.org