Interior Design and Interior Architecture Programs Earn Top 10 Honors from DesignIntelligence

 

DesignIntelligence recognized Jefferson’s B.S. in interior design and M.S. in interior architecture programs. Pictured here is “Imaginarium–Discovery Museum and Education Center,” a senior capstone project from recent interior design alumna Monica Tabet ’18.

DesignIntelligence recognized Jefferson’s B.S. in interior design and M.S. in interior architecture programs. Pictured here is a senior capstone project from recent interior design alumna Monica Tabet ’18.

DesignIntelligence has recognized the B.S. in interior design and M.S. in interior architecture programs at Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) in its prestigious annual rankings.

In the focus categories, interior design made the top 10 for transdisciplinary collaboration across architecture, engineering and construction, and interior architecture earned top 10 spots for project planning and management, sustainable built environments/adaptive design/resilient design, and practice management.

“It’s great to be recognized by professionals and educators in our field for our excellence in areas born from our mission, including transdisciplinary collaboration and sustainable design practice,” said Lauren Baumbach, director of the interior design and interior architecture programs at Jefferson. “These areas of focus have long been integrated into our design education and culture. We’re also proud to be honored for our focus on project planning and practice management—areas that prepare our students well for leadership roles in the profession. None of this would be possible without our excellent faculty and dedicated students.”

A respected source for info on academic programs, emerging trends and management practices for related professions, DesignIntelligence regularly highlights Jefferson’s programs and faculty in its annual rankings.

“The recent DesignIntelligence ranking of the Jefferson interior design and interior architecture programs provide another great indicator for the excellent education that our students are receiving,” said Barbara Klinkhammer, executive dean of the College of Architecture and the Built Environment.

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