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Source 2019-20 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Interior Design

Gain the capacity to become a licensed, practicing Interior Designer from the moment you graduate.


Job Inquiries Per Graduate

Source 2019-20 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Accredited by the Council of Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA)

4 Years

Graduates earn a bachelor of science degree


Dunwoody Interior Design Projects


Students work in the Interior Design Studios

Interior Design Studios

Work in open concept studio spaces designed to foster collaboration and learning, including cross-disciplinary design charrettes.
  • Individual work spaces
  • Large format printer
  • Wall and table spaces for displaying/reviewing sample boards and interior design plans
Fabrication Lab

Fabrication Lab

Create products, prototypes, and projects by using computer-aided design tools and then producing them in cardboard, plywood, plastic, and other materials.
  • 2 laser cutters
  • Stratsys 3D printer
  • 3-axis CNS router, belt sanders, scroll saws, drills, wire cutters
  • Spray booth with utility sink

Interior Design Faculty

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Korrin Howard

Program Manager, Associate Professor

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Jessica Ainsworth-Truong

Senior Instructor

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Beata Fleischmann

Adjunct Instructor

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Jennifer Klein

Adjunct Instructor

Spaces that are well designed are memorable. We talk about them, revisit them, tell others. As an educator, Korrin inspires students to find their passion to design spaces that immerse the visitor in a sensory experience. Teaching has been her passion for the last 16 years. She’s taken her experiences as a designer and a public artist into the classroom and beyond. Korrin engages students in community projects, design events, and study trips. She has a masters in industrial design and a masters in ecological architecture. Korrin’s central focus is teaching students to design and build spaces that are in tune with their environment and ignite interest in the community.

Jessica teaches the architecture and interior design history sequence, as well as evidence based design and sustainability courses. She was awarded 2019 Dunwoody Teacher of the Year because of her ability to ignite passion for design. When not in the classroom, she advises both architecture and interior design students; helping them navigate their academic career successfully. Her professional interests include curriculum development, assessment, and cross discipline collaboration. Her academic research focuses on critical regionalism.

Beata has been an instructor in higher education since 2005 teaching within Interior Design in the United States as well as Architectural Technology in South Africa. Her focus is towards combining concept methodology with strong technological skills.

Her varied educational background of Textile Design, Sculpture, Interior Design, Ecological Architecture, and Furniture Design has helped her to foster a sense of curiosity and exploration for herself and she aspires to have her students develop the same curiosity. She pushes her students to become acute observers and questioners.

Jennifer began teaching shortly after she graduated in 2008 with a master’s degree in Architecture from The Ohio State University (go Buckeyes). She loves the diversity of being an adjunct instructor and has taught many different classes: from Studio courses, to Building Codes, Construction and CAD classes. Jennifer’s passion is sustainability and she tries to insert those principles into all the courses she teaches. The best part of teaching, she says, is to watch the students present their final projects and see how much they have grown.

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Lisa Loudon

Assistant Professor

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Sarah North

Senior Instructor

Lisa Loudon is an artist and educator working in Minneapolis, MN. She studied painting and drawing at the University of Nebraska where she earned her MFA in visual art. Loudon’s work has been exhibited nationally. She is the recipient of the Jerome Foundation Project Grant for Textile and Fiber Art, the Jerome Foundation Books Arts Mentorship Grant, the Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Book Arts, and numerous other awards. Her studio practice focuses on mixed media work that explores the interaction of deeply contrasting elements and their relationship to ideas of beauty and repulsion. In addition to her studio work in visual art, Loudon has taught art and design at the college level for over twenty years and run her own successful event design company for the past four years.

Sarah North is a formally educated commercial interior designer with a career spanning over 13+ plus years working for some of Minnesota’s largest retailers, a worldwide hospitality company, and great local companies. Experienced in all aspects of the design process including Programming, Concept and Schematic Design, Development, Construction Documentation, and Contract Administration. Sensitive to the client based on experience with both client needs and business demands. Collaborative and respectful in approach with colleagues and clients. Practical in how space and products enhance each other and the necessary tension between the two. Dedicated to professional growth by continuing to learn about architecture, art, and design through local industry events, volunteering, continuing education, and periodicals. Honest, Authentic, and True to the Design Process.