The Corcoran's Interior Architecture (IA) Program offers students a unique opportunity to study, learn, and create within a creative environment at a major research university. Our program is the only Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) program within Washington, D.C., and one of only four design programs located at a top-ranked research university.
We foster an environment that encourages creativity and pushes the boundaries of design with an emphasis on conceptual thinking and the design process. Through our studio-based curriculum, the core of our program, students learn to design three-dimensional space through the use of dynamic concepts, cutting edge materials, and innovative methods and techniques.
91% of 2017 BFA IA graduates were working in design related industries or enrolled in graduate programs within six months.
73% of BFA 2017 graduates were employed in design related industries within six months.
Leo A Daly, Washington, DC
Tracy Morris Design, LLC, Mclean, VA
Zoe Feldman Design, Washington, DC
Simeone Dreary Design Group, Chicago, IL
Windle & Goodman, LLC, Washington, DC
Atelier MJK, Washington, DC
Kelley Proxmire, Inc., Bethesda, MD
J. Lambeth, Washington, DC
18% of 2017 BFA graduates were accepted and enrolled in graduate programs within six months after graduation. 100% of those who applied to graduate school were accepted.
University of Southern California (Master of Architecture)
California College of the Arts (MFA Industrial/Interaction Design)
92% retention (Calculated from second semester sophomore year, spring 2015, to graduation in the spring of 2017.)
In the Interior Architecture program, you’ll take a broad range of courses to become knowledgeable in this creative field. All students are required to complete an internship, providing experiences you can apply your skills to. You must fulfill the Columbian College general requirements along with the Interior Architecture coursework.
To apply to the Interior Architecture program, you must complete the online application and submit all required materials. A portfolio is not required as part of the GW admissions application, but it is required if first-year applicants wish to be considered for the Corcoran Scholars program.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions provides more information on the GW application process.
If you have questions about our program, please contact Professor Scott Jones at [email protected] or 202-242-6703.
For more information about financial aid and funding opportunities, please refer to the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
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