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Interior Design, Minor

An interior design schematic with a large number of amorphous surfaces scattered along a rectangular room. People use these surfaces to sit, as tables and other uses.
Level
Undergraduate
Department
Interior Design
School
School of Design

Minors allow students greater opportunity to add cross-disciplinary knowledge and competencies to their major program of study.

Overview

The Department of Interior Design offers a 15-credit minor to undergraduate architecture, construction management, and industrial design students, as well as interested students in other fields of study. Students may apply to the minor after meeting with the department as early as the first semester of the sophomore year. Determination of the required studio level and other courses to complete the minor will be based upon a review of the student’s transcript (and portfolio). The completion of the minor will be noted on the student’s transcript but will not be shown on the diploma.


Minor Coordinator
Tania Branquinho
tbranqui@pratt.edu
718.636.3630

An photo edit that showcases the blueprints, construction, assembly and final product of a wall decoration set.