Dunwoody’s Interior Design program provides a professional, applied education with an emphasis on collaboration, critical thinking and technology. The faculty is comprised of working professionals that are passionate about the field of design as well as student success. Students use design theories, interior materials, building codes, cost analysis, and both manual and computer-aided drafting to develop and prepare functional and innovative designs for residential and commercial projects. On-campus design studios foster an engaging environment where creative problem solving is emphasized. Students participate in cross-disciplinary design charettes with their design and construction peers. This holistic, career based approach prepares the student to be a productive, successful professional. The Interior Design program is a four-year Bachelor of Science degree program accredited through the Higher Learning Commission and the State of Minnesota.