Interior Design Program Achieves CIDA accreditation

9/23/2008

The Interior Design Program of the New England School of Art & Design, has been awarded a six-year term of accreditation after an extensive review by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, or CIDA, an international educational accrediting council.

Both the BFA and MA programs in Interior Design were reviewed and reaccredited for the maximum term, thru 2014.

Nancy Hackett wrote the accreditation report, and the Interior Design co-directors, Hackett and Karen Clarke, hosted the visiting team for three days in March. 

CIDA accreditation is a requirement for future certification of students when they sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification, or NCIDQ, professional examination.

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