Students displaying design work

Degree programs

Browse our numerous undergraduate and graduate program offerings to find the perfect fit for you and your design talents.

A degree from The Design School

The Design School houses degree programs in architecture, environmental design, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, urban design and visual communication (graphic) design. We offer an integrated curriculum of professional courses and focus on the design laboratory. Through scholarship, research, design and community service, students develop the discipline and the knowledge necessary to address the important environmental and design issues faced today by society. The synergy created by the comprehensive array of academic programs in the Herberger Institute creates a rich learning experience for our students.


Explore our degree options.

architectural studies collaboration

Architectural Studies, BSD

architecture students discussion model

Architectural Studies, Minor

architecture models display STEM Designation

Architecture, MArch

design students brainstorm

Design (Experience Design), MSD

visual communication exhibit

Design (Visual Communication Design), MSD

student desktop rendering

Design Studies, Minor

design environment students

Design, Environment and the Arts (Design), PhD

environmental filing signs

Environmental Design, BS

visual communication poster presentation

Graphic Design, BSD

Industrial Design, BSD

Industrial Design, MID

industrial sketches render

Industrial Design, MSD

interior color display exhibit

Interior Architecture, MIA

interior design swatches sketches

Interior Design History, Minor

interior layout materials

Interior Design, BSD

Landscape Architecture

landscape garden dig

Landscape Architecture, BSLA

landscape wooden model STEM designation

Landscape Architecture, MLA

landscape drawing pencil

Landscape Studies, Minor

urban design plans discussion

Urban Design, MUD

visual communication student exhibition

Visual Communication Design, MVCD