B.S. in Interior Design
Residential Degree in Interior Design
Get the practical, hands-on experience you need for a successful career in the interior design industry.
The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design degree at Liberty University prepares Christ-centered professionals to design innovative, functional, and environmentally responsible interior environments.
Learn through architectural and design courses, career-focused tours and field trips, and accounts from local professionals as they share their work experience. You will learn skills in 3D modeling, space planning, and lighting design, and leave Liberty University with practical knowledge in building codes, fire safety, selection of materials and finishes, and history of interior design. This education will prepare you to sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam coupled with the knowledge you’ll need to navigate the multifaceted field of interior design.
This year’s internships include HGTV, architectural firms, and interior design firms across the United States!
This degree is offered through the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences.
Program of Study (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Courses You Could Take in Interior Design
- Architectural Drafting (FACS 241)
- Materials and Specification (FACS 345)
- Digital Drafting I & II (FACS 243 and FACS 343)
- Lighting (FACS 442)
- Building Construction (FACS 231)
- Interior Design I, II, III, & IV (FACS 200, FACS 250,
FACS 300, FACS 460)
- History of Interiors (FACS 445)
Career Opportunities in Interior Design
- Space Planning
- Construction/Project Management
- Specialty Design: Lighting, Flooring, Historic Preservation
- Home Staging
- Commercial Design