Interior Design: HES



University of North Alabama Interior Design program is NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association), and NASAD (National Association of Schools of Art and Design) accredited.

National Kitchen and Bath Association

National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA)


NKBA member products and services will be in demand worldwide for all living environments.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the National Kitchen & Bath Association is the enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide.


Goal I - Knowledge Source
There will be a higher level of education and professionalism in the industry worldwide. NKBA members will be the most highly skilled and recognized for their expertise.

Goal II - Consumer Awareness
There will be a greater awareness and preference for products and professional services from NKBA members worldwide.

Goal III - Membership

The kitchen and bath industry worldwide will find NKBA membership and involvement in the Association essential to their professional success.

Goal IV - Advocacy
Public policy and legislation affecting the kitchen and bath industry will be positively influenced through the NKBA leadership role in monitoring and affecting industry issues.

Goal V - Information Source & Resource
The NKBA will be the information source and resource for the industry worldwide.

Goal VI - K/BIS®
The NKBA will continue to develop a higher level of awareness and continued enhancement of international exhibitions, education and networking opportunities for the kitchen and bath industry.

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National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD)

National Association of Schools of Art and Design

The National Association of Schools of Art and Design was established in 1944 to improve educational practices and maintain high professional standards in art and design education.

A general statement of aims and objectives follows:

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