& Interior Design
Kansas State University
225 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1405
Kansas State University Manhattan, KS
Interior Design Program Info: The Kansas State University interior design program provides students the opportunity to explore the rich intersections between human ecological theory, design theory and interior design practice. Students develop competencies in creative two- and three-dimensional design, aesthetics, design thinking, application of the design process, design history, sustainability, ethics, color, lighting, acoustics, environmental comfort and building construction systems, codes, regulations and a broad spectrum of design communication skills. Interior design students have multiple opportunities to network with professionals in our region and make valuable career contacts. The ID Program is the home of the student chapters of theAmerican Society of Interior Designers (ASID)and theInternational Interior Design Association (IIDA)which have liaisons to the professional chapters in both the Kansas City and Wichita areas. The program is accredited by both theCouncil for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA)and theNational Association of Schools of Art and Design.