Can I become interior designer by taking commerce?

3 October, 2021 Kenneth Wrona 6

Answers (6):

    14 October, 2021

    No, commerce is a course about dealing with money and the economy. It will not teach you to make actual interior design decisions. You can either take a creative-arts degree which often includes differing creative pursuits such as creative writing, graphics design, photography, interior design etc., or find a more practical course near you specializing in those areas of study that look into how people feel about space and what they need from it to be happy.

    14 October, 2021

    We are proud to announce that you can become interior designer be taking commerce. A career in Design is no longer reserved for those who have attended an Arts school, or met schooling requirements in architecture. With the evolution of technology, interior design has opened the door for students with degrees in Commerce to become designers. Interior design team work alongside architects making it possible for them to retain these two valuable degree pathways simultaneously.

    14 October, 2021

    You may be able to become an interior designer, but the qualifications will not be equivalent. Most university-level courses in interior design can last anywhere from 5 to 6 years of study. It is possible that you could gain the same knowledge out of commerce related courses, but it would take you much longer. You may also lack the skills necessary for success in this field without prior experience and training because many employers require at least 2 years of relevant work experience before they would consider hiring someone for an intern role. Finally, while degrees in interior design are granted by colleges or universities with interior design programs, arts degrees are granted simply by colleges or universities (and don't necessarily need to include any coursework related to themselves).

    14 October, 2021

    "Can I become interior designer by taking commerce?". The answer to this question is yes. Interior design for residential spaces requires comfort, safety and efficiency in mind while staying aesthetically pleasing. This can be achieved through many different combinations of courses that are available at the college level, including some that are business oriented. The coursework will focus on all elements of home design from furnishings to window treatments, architecture and more. It would be wise to do informational research with the department's advisors before deciding on a plan of studies because without knowledge about their course offerings one can't make an informed decision about what courses are best suited to pursue given desired career goals.

    14 October, 2021

    Theoretically, the answer is yes. Theoretically you could be an interior designer with a degree in commerce; but most likely the chance of getting a job would be very small. There may not even be any vacancies at all for such jobs in certain regions. A more probable scenario would see someone like me who studied commerce and also does design consultancies on the side, or is actually doing something else that they do enjoy and then has started working as an interior designer because it pays well.

    14 October, 2021

    Sure. You can also become an interior designer by getting a degree in architecture or drafting and design, taking up the profession of directing theater, or many other paths. It takes a lot of effort and time to learn how to become an interior designer--but just about any college major will give you solid drawing and design skills that will help you get there eventually. Ask yourself "What do I want enough to put in the considerable work?" Study architecture, take drafting classes at your high school or community college, or go on YouTube for some tutorials--they are all good places to start!