One-hundred percent of Ringling’s Interior Design alumni are employed in their field.

Interior design shapes the spaces of our built environments. More than merely decorating, Ringling students learn the art of creating and transforming interior spaces. Students learn to create work that’s both beautiful and functional. The curriculum stresses the direct impact of design on people’s daily lives and teaches students to solve problems, fulfill needs and create visual excitement. Ringling College's program offers student chapters of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and Emerging Green Builders (EGB), and is accredited at the first professional degree level by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), uniquely preparing graduates to enter the professional world of interior design.


Commercial Design: Offices

Retail Design: Stores/Kiosks

Hospitality Design: Restaurants/Hotels/Resorts/Clubs

Healthcare Design: Hospitals/Clinics/Private Practices

Entertainment Design: Casinos/Theme Park/Art Direction/Theaters

Residential Design: Houses/Condominiums

Institutional design: Museums/Schools

Exhibit Design: Trade Fair Booths/Information Kiosks,

Visual Merchandising Displays

Lighting Design: Residential and Commercial


Historic Restoration Specialist

CADD operator

3D Computer Modeling and Animation

Furniture Designer: Free-standing Pieces, Casework and Built-ins

Remodeling Designer

Design Consultant

Design Administration Personnel

Facilities Manager

Design Management Coordinator

Interior Renovations Project Supervisor

Office Interiors Project Coordinator

Project Manager