As a student in our Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) accredited program, you’ll be able to answer those questions by becoming a creative, socially responsible interior designer. You’ll develop design skills that emphasize imagination while taking into account the needs of the space and your future clients.

“Interior Design is much more about the carving of interior space. We deal with floors, walls, ceilings and the volumetric space between. How people use the intended space is of the utmost importance. The health, safety and well-being of the occupants, building codes, along with the aesthetics of a space are all taken into account.”

Francine Martini
AIA, IDEC, IIDA, NCIDQ
Assistant Professor, Interior Design

The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA)

The interior design program leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, 206 Grandville Avenue Suite 350, Grand Rapids, MI 49503.

The CIDA-accredited program prepares students for entry-level interior design practice, for advanced study, and to apply for membership in professional interior design organizations. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree granted by Moore College of Art & Design meets the educational requirement for eligibility to sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Examination (NCIDQ Exam). For more information on NCIDQ Exam eligibility, visit: cidq.org/paths

More Perks & Opportunities

Local Inspiration

Tours, lectures and field studies of Philadelphia’s well-known historic and contemporary interiors.

Materials Library

Stocked with samples and references to help bring your projects to life.

The Right Credentials

The Interior Design major is a CIDA (Council for Interior Design Accreditation) accredited program and students can receive NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) eligibility.

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We're looking forward to meeting you and telling you more about Undergraduate Studies at Moore.
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