MSM for Interior Architecture
Why Choose the MSM for Interior Architecture Program?
Mount Ida College’s Master of Science in Management (MSM) for Interior Architecture meets the needs of today’s ambitious design professionals. Whether you work independently or with a design or architectural firm, your chances of becoming a leader in the field are significantly enhanced when you gain a solid understanding of management. This multidimensional program emphasizes basic concentration competence, research and theory, technology, leadership, and information literacy.
The degree requires a minimum of 36. See our Fall 2012 Course Schedule.
Interior Architecture Courses (15 credits/5 courses)
Graduate Seminar I: Global Issues in Design
Interdisciplinary Studio I: Environmental Design
Interdisciplinary Studio II: Advanced Technology in Design
Interdisciplinary Studio III: Universal Design
Interdisciplinary Studio III: Thesis
Management Courses (21 credits/7 courses)
Management Theory and Organizations
Marketing Strategy and Management
Graduate Seminar: Research Methods
Financial Management for Decision Analysis
Human Resource Strategy and Management
Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Management
Note: For students applying to the MSM for Interior Architecture, you are required to submit an online portfolio or samples of your professional work. There is a $10.00 fee for portfolio submission.