Bachelor of Interior Design granted CIDA Accreditation

Burnaby, April 18, 2017 – After a rigorous vetting process, the BCIT Bachelor of Interior Design program has been granted their official Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).

With this accreditation, BCIT joins other esteemed post-secondary’s across Canada, the US, and around the world. This respected accreditation is an important step in the process for Interior Design graduates who are working towards their Registered Interior Design (RID) designation. In BC, earning an RID designation signifies that the successful candidate has the required education, exams, and experience to practice as a professional.

“We are pleased and excited to be awarded CIDA Accreditation,” says Bachelor of Interior Design Program Head, Tiia Manson. “CIDA accreditation gives our graduates and future employers across North America the confidence that this BCIT program provides the skills and knowledge needed for real-world practice in Interior Design.”

4 thoughts on “Bachelor of Interior Design granted CIDA Accreditation

  1. Hi,
    I have done two years full time diploma in Interior designing from India & now I want to complete my degree for more detail knowledge & to improve my skills in designing. Currently I am staying in India but I’ll be moving to Canada very soon as my visa is already under process. Can you please guide me with program details.

    Thanks.

    Aarti deshmukh

  2. Hello, I’m receiving my diploma in interior design this January and would like to complete the degree program with BCIT. I was wondering if I could set a meeting with someone to speak about more details and find out what classes will be transferable.

    Thank you

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