Americans are living in larger houses and spending more time at the office than they did a generation ago - trends that explain the increased demand for both residential and commercial interior designers.
If you have that rare combination of good taste, an artistic eye, a feel for the best use of space, and the intuition to imagine the perfect surroundings for a client, interior design may be the perfect career for you.
Our select online degree programs will qualify you to get in on the ground floor.
You'll build on a foundation of essential skills - drawing, drafting, color, and basic design principles. From there, you’ll study the more specialized topics of space planning, interior construction and detailing, safety and building codes, and computer-aided design (CAD).
Students also acquire a historical perspective of interior design along with a working knowledge of industry business practices, ethics and collaboration techniques for working with related professionals.
Interior design graduates go on to such entry-level positions as Design Assistant in interior design and architectural firms, Facilities Manager, Sales Representative, Set Designer and Space Planner.
Take the next step toward a career that will always be in style. Explore the Interior Design programs below and request more information today.