Judson University Offering Interior Design in 2013-14

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Judson University Offering Interior Design in 2013-14


Byline: Submitted by Judson University

This fall, Judson University launched an interior design program, which is now open for enrollment of the 2013-14 academic year.

The program, which is part of Judsons School of Art, Design and Architecture, builds on a successful architecture curriculum. Interior design students will earn a minor in architectural studies while completing the professional interior design curriculum in the third and fourth years of study. Students will develop skills in traditional and digital design and will explore both commercial and residential interiors. Graduates will enter their careers with a global understanding of the interior design industry and will be able to make design decisions relative to ecological, socio-economic and cultural contexts. The programs context of an evangelical Christian institution and emphasis on environmental stewardship make it unique in the Chicago area.

"Design is one of the most forceful factors on human behavior, and is a part of every experience that we have," says Curtis Sartor, Dean of the School of Art, Design and Architecture. "We must therefore create conducive interior environments that are pleasant and allow the maximum enjoyment of spatial experiences. Judson University is also the only evangelical Christian college to offer an interior design degree as part of a School of Fine Art, Graphic Design and Architecture. With these associated disciplines in our school, the interior design graduate will have a deeper understanding of the design of interior environments and the relationship to a Christian worldview."

Keelan Kaiser, chair of Judsons Department of Architecture and facilitator for the new program, says they are excited about adding Interior Design to the Department of Architecture offerings.

"The career opportunities are fantastic for all of the design disciplines and interior design is no different," says Kaiser.

Graduates of Judsons architecture program have enjoyed ample career opportunities at a time when many other college graduates struggle to find employment. …

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