Whether you are graduating high school, completing an associate degree, changing careers, or advancing your industry knowledge, Marymount University can fit your needs – offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in Interior Design.
Located just outside Washington, D.C., Marymount’s M. Wilhelmina Boldt Interior Design programs develop qualified professionals through an interdisciplinary approach to design that emphasizes critical thinking and lifelong learning.
First-Professional M.A. Degree Option
The First Professional Master of Arts in Interior Design is for graduate students with a baccalaureate degree not in interior design or architecture. This program is transfer-friendly and CIDA accredited.
Post-Professional M.A. Degree Option
The Post-Professional Master of Arts in Interior Design is for graduate students with an undergraduate degree in interior design or architecture.