The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in the History of the Interior and the Decorative Arts program provides students with an undergraduate degree in art history, with a special focus on interior environments and the objects they contain.
The curriculum consists of a strong general foundation, including courses in English composition, math, science, and the humanities, as well as survey courses and seminars on the history of art, architecture, the interior environment, and decorative arts. There is also a significant hands-on studio component intended to give design historians the language and experience of the creative process. Other important features of the program include a required internship, a course in business practices, and opportunities to study abroad.
Graduates are prepared to go on to work in museums and galleries, showrooms, design media and journalism, and other parts of the design industry, or to seek advanced degrees in historic preservation, art and design history, interior design, architecture, or other disciplines related to the built environment.
For more information about the BA program, contact email@example.com or call (212) 472-1500 x205.
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