Immersed in a broad and transdisciplinary educational setting, students challenge and rethink the built environment by promoting positive change through design in a continually evolving global context.
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Our environmental and interior design (EDI) program was ranked among the “Most Admired Interior Design Schools” by leaders and hiring managers in DesignIntelligence. The program develops curious and critical thinkers who pursue diverse career paths.
Through the exploration of the art and architecture of environmental design, students solve problems in a broad range of built environments. Students work closely with faculty in a studio environment similar to the professional design office experience. The curriculum and projects support the professional, multidisciplinary philosophy and foster the creation of humane, sustainable environments for people. Visualization and communications skills, as well as a strong technical component, provide a basis for the education of designers who will become creative problem solvers and leaders in