Interior Design

Interior Design Degree Programs

If you communicate well with others, can work on a deadline and within a budget, you already possess some of the qualifications for a career in interior design. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of interior designers is expected to increase by 19 percent from 2010 to 2020.

Interior Design Career Prospects

In most states, interior designers must hold a bachelor's degree in order to obtain licensure. If you aren't seeking licensure immediately, many colleges and universities with interior design programs offer certificates as well as associate's and bachelor's degrees. Common courses include computer aided design (CAD) programs, perspective and spatial planning, and furniture design. If you need the flexibility to study from home, some online colleges offer interior design programs for your convenience.

Depending on which degree program you choose, it should take two to four years to earn your interior design degree. Many interior design students seek internships and apprenticeships to better their odds in the competitive interior design job market. Large, specialized design firms tend to pay higher salaries and are great places to start your career as an interior designer.

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