CIDA IS THE COUNCIL FOR INTERIOR DESIGN ACCREDITATION

 

The interior design program leading to the Bachelor of Interior Design is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, www.accredit-id.org, 206 Grandville Avenue, Suite 350, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503.

The CIDA-accredited program prepares students for entry-level interior design practice, for advanced study, and to apply for membership in professional interior design organizations. The Bachelor of Interior Design degree granted by Ryerson University meets the educational requirement for eligibility to sit for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Examination (NCIDQ Exam). For more information about NCIDQ Exam eligibility visit: https://www.cidq.org/eligibility-requirements.

The Ryerson School of Interior Design prides itself on being an Accredited program.

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA: Bachelor Interior Design

 

RSID Graduation Rate:

Of the students graduating in 2018, 62% graduated in 4 years.
Of the students graduating in 2017, 59% graduated in 4 years.
Of the students graduating in 2016, 66% graduated in 4 years.

This information is based on enrollment and graduation statistics.

Job Placement: 

88.9% of degree graduates from the Interior Design program were employed in a field related to their students after 6 months.
92% of degree graduates from the Interior Design program were employed in a field related to their studies after 2 years.

This percentage is higher than the overall Ryerson average.

This information is based on aggregates from the Ryerson University key performance indicators for the MTCU (Ministry of Training, Colleges and University).  Further statistics can be found on the Ryerson website, University Planning Office

Please note that the most recent available data is for the 2014 year.  This information is gathered through a survey sent to all graduated students, compiled every year, six months after graduating from a program.

Acceptance into Graduate Programs:

Based on student feedback, approximately 8% of students apply to graduate school and are accepted.

Retention/Attrition: 

98.1% of the students enrolled during the fall 2014 semester returned in fall 2015, putting attrition at 1.9%.
84.5% of the students enrolled during the fall 2015 semester returned in fall 2016, putting attrition at 15.5%.
89.3% of the students enrolled during the fall 2016 semester returned in fall 2017, putting attrition at 10.7%.
95.74% of the students enrolled during the fall 2017 semester returned in Fall 2018, putting attrition at 4.26%.

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