This study examined environment/behavior course work taught in FIDER accredited program at post-secondary colleges and universities in the United States. One hundred thirty six program directors were asked to indicate if environment/behavior research was a part of the interior design curriculum. Additionally, they were asked to indicate at what level environment/behavior research was taught, what was the method of teaching and what texts were employed. The research assumptions are that behavior/environments studies in interior design are widespread, unfocused with varied and desperate theoretical positions espoused. The survey instruments are just being returned at the time of this writing. We are expecting a high rate of return with the high interest in environment/behavior research in interior design programs.