Learn to Design Sustainable Interiors This Fall
The Fashion Institute of Technology is an old name in interior design education–its highly reputed undergraduate program has been setting standards for the profession for more than 50 years. Now FIT’s School of Graduate Studies is offering a new master’s program in Sustainable Interior Environments that promises to respond to the changing demands on interior design.
The program addresses the challenge of designing interior environments for the “triple bottom line,” supporting practices that are environmentally, socially, and economically sound. It will accept students with a related undergraduate degree and at least three years’ professional experience. Graduates will become sustainability experts and consultants, researchers, and leading sustainable-design professionals. But interested parties had better think fast: the deadline for fall 2010 applications is June 24. For more information contact Grazyna Pilatowicz, assistant professor of interior design, at email@example.com.
Previously: Graduate Programs in Sustainability Catching On