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2015/16 Academic Year Facts About the Interior Design Program

AP and Transfer Credit 67% of the 2015/16 Interior Design students received AP or transfer credit from other institutions as they entered our program.

Second Major and Minor Areas of Study
While none of our 2015/16 ID students had a second majors (0)%), more than two-thirds (69%) had at least one minor field of study, including 3-D Media Studies, Arts Management, Classical Humanities, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Design, Italian, Marketing, and Sustainability.

Design-Related Internship Experience
100% of our 2016 graduating class participated in one or more interior design- and architecture-related summer or other internships while a student in the ID Program. Some of the employing firms include:

• BHDM (NYC)
• BHDP Architecture (Cincinnati)
• Boffi SpA (Chicago)
• Charlotte Barnes Interior Design (Greenwich, CT)
• Enriching Spaces (Cincinnati)
• Group 70 International (Honalulu)
• Hirsh Bedner Associates (Los Angeles
• K2M Design (Cleveland)
• Nikki Martinkovic Design Studio (NYC)
• Looney & Associates (Chicago)
• Miami University Planning, Architecture & Engineering (Oxford)
• OstermanCron, Inc. (Cincinnati)
• Peddle Thorpe Architects (Shanghai
• TransFORM (New Rochelle, NY)
• Seedtron Design Consultants (Hong Kong)
• Simply Chic Interiors (Chicago)
• Studio K Design (Chicago)

Travel Abroad and Other Off-Campus Experience
81% of our 2016 graduates participated in off-campus and abroad experiences during their time at Miami. Experiences include: Czech Republic, Ghana, London, Luxembourg, Over The Rhine Miami University Community Engagement Center, and Malta.