General Information


Amy Crumpton is a NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer with over 10 years of experience in large architectural and corporate projects. As a way to encourage new designers to enter the field, she began teaching at Mississippi State University in August of 2005. She teaches a wide range of courses from First Year to Fourth Year.

Her research interests include the career path of interior designers, the millennial generation students in design education, emerging 3D technologies, and the role of design education in the K-12 school system.


Master of Science in Interior Design
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN (1995)
Emphasis on Facilities Management, Organizational Behavior and Corporate Culture.  Thesis Topic: Facilities Planning for Group Work

Bachelor of Science in Home Economics (Interior Design Option)

Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS (1992)