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Interior Design Student Achievement

Kansas State University 2017-2018 Student Enrollment  
22,795

2018-2019 Interior Design Student Enrollment on 20th Day of Fall Semester  
115

Length of Program  
4 years, 125 credit hours

Tuition and Fees (approximate for 2018-2019 academic year)[i]
Undergraduate, In-State for 30 credit hours (15 credits each semester)   $10,563
Undergraduate, Out-of-State for 30 credit hours (15 credits each semester)   $26,067

Graduation Rates:
100 percent of graduates in 2016 through 2018 completed the degree within 5 years.
92 percent of those graduates completed the degree within 4 years.

Retention/Attrition:
90 percent of students enrolled in spring 2018 returned in fall 2018
93.4 percent of students enrolled in spring 2017 returned in fall 2017
95.2 percent of students enrolled in spring 2016 returned in fall 2016

Jobs After Graduation
Kansas State University’s Career Center manages surveys of graduates.  The most recent data reported includes graduates from August 2015 through May 2017.  Among the 86.6 percent of graduates who responded, 92.3 percent were employed in interior design positions.

Graduate School Immediately After Graduation
Application to graduate school immediately after completing the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design at Kansas State University is unusual.  Most students, who choose to attend graduate school, work for a few years first and then attend graduate school.  The University Career Center reports that no students graduating from August 2015 through May 2017 chose to attend graduate school immediately after graduation.


[i] Course fees from other KSU colleges not included.