Furnish your future for success

The SCAD furniture design program is grounded in the context of a robust art and design university, where students create furnishings that are thoughtful, ergonomic, beautiful and sustainable. Collaborations with peers in related creative spheres lead to groundbreaking projects like SCADpad® , where SCAD furniture design students innovated micro-housing furniture solutions that were both functional and breathtaking. Opportunities just like these await you at the university for creative careers.

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Furniture design degrees

SCAD offers B.F.A., M.A. and M.F.A. degrees in furniture design in Savannah.

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Turn your passion into your profession

SCAD will show you how to turn your creative visions into tangible, timeless art pieces. Katy Skelton (M.F.A., furniture design, 2011) discusses her artistic influences and how the supportive environment at SCAD gave her the encouragement she needed to start her own business.

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Take advantage of creative collaborations

SCAD emphasizes collaboration between departments through opportunities like the SCADpad micro-housing project. SCADpad combined students from 12 different fields to reimagine the spaces in which we live. The project earned global media attention and the World Architecture News Urban Design Award for its innovations.

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Related majors and minors

Furniture design is an ever-evolving field. In order to thrive in such an industry, many students choose to pursue a double major or related minor while they are here. You can explore new perspectives, harness diverse creative approaches, and develop a unique, well-rounded style — all while earning multiple degrees.

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