This study examined interior design course work taught in accredited architectural programs at universities in the United States. Department Chairs were asked to indicate the year of study their students addressed given topics which related to interior design. Second, program catalogues were analyzed for interior design content. The findings showed that many interior design concepts were not well addressed in the architectural program curricula (for example, furniture selection and layout; interior materials and finishes; decorative elements). Also, on average, only 0.44% of program content was dedicated to interior design curricula.