What degree is needed for interior design?

4 August, 2021 Kevin Noren 4

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    16 August, 2021

    Interior design falls under an aesthetic profession and needs a bachelor degree, which could last in somewhere from three to five years.
    In the US, you must also obtain NCIDQ exam credentials or an IIDA (International Interior Design Association) certificate. In most other countries around the world it depends on what job title you have and where your skills are in demand. An interior designer brings together inspiration, knowledge of craft techniques and technology with organizational skills for functional living spaces although few designers work exclusively inside homes.

    16 August, 2021

    There are no specific degrees for interior design. However, there are numerous related areas, such as Interior Design Technology .

    An interior design degree typically covers topics in art history, graphic design, photography and architecture to name a few. It's usually completed in four years and requires 120 hours of classroom instruction and at least 800 hours of studio practice.

    16 August, 2021

    Design schools with majors and minors in interior design will usually require a Bachelor of Design degree, Interior Design minor degree, or Interior Design major. In addition to your major (or minors) and an internship, you'll need at least four years studying for your bachelor's degree. However, it's possible to also complete a certificate program if you have the necessary prerequisite courses in architecture or interior design. The online Fine Arts Academy offers an Interior Decorating Certificate Program which is perfect for those wanting to build their skills outside of an academic environment.

    16 August, 2021

    Interior design degrees are best suited for aspiring architects, students who want to make a career in the architecture field, or those interested in getting a master's degree. Many interior design programs can be completed within two years (thirty-six credits) with an A.A. degree; however, most four-year colleges and universities allow prospective students to transfer up to seventy-two hours of coursework towards their degree requirements from related disciplines typically taken at a community college.