Raise the ceiling on your architecture career with an M.S. in management.
Our interior architecture master’s degree program can help you move into the management suite. You’ll get practical, hands-on experience with cutting-edge interior architecture technologies and design concepts. And Mount Ida’s Master of Science in Management (MSM) Degree program will sharpen your ability to think strategically and provide leadership for your interior architecture firm or workplace. You’ll work in small, highly interactive classes led by faculty who have years of experience in both management and interior architecture. With a master’s degree in management, interior architecture, you’ll be ready to build upward and outward in your career.
Experiential learning in the MSM–Interior Architecture degree program
The MSM–Interior Architecture program offers practical, career-building courses. You’ll examine case studies drawn from real-life situations, while completing hands-on projects and assignments that emphasize applied learning over theoretical knowledge.
The program culminates in an independent research thesis on a subject of your choosing. Possible emphasis areas for your interior architecture thesis include universal design, advance technologies, sustainable/environmental design, design management, and construction.
MSM–Interior Architecture Curriculum
To earn Mount Ida’s Master of Science in Management Degree with an Interior Architecture Concentration, you’ll take basic management courses in finance, marketing, human resources, organizational behavior, information systems, and other subjects. You’ll also take targeted interior architecture courses in subjects such as:
- Environmental design
- Universal design
- Advanced design technologies
- Global design issues
The master of science in management degree, interior architecture concentration, consists of 36 total credits, broken down as follows:
- 18 credits in core management
- 18 credits in interior architecture and design
Interior Architecture Careers
A master of science in management with an interior architecture concentration can position you to pursue career opportunities in management and entrepreneurship. Graduates have the wide range of expertise necessary to shoulder management responsibilities within firms of any size. Many students use the interior architecture program as a springboard toward launching their own firm.