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Council for Interior Design Accreditation

So you want to be an interior designer and think the best way to get there is by paying your dues and working hard?  Well, there's nothing wrong with that, but how can you get there faster and easier? Accredited interior design programs offer the education and interior design degrees that future employers will be looking for as you apply for jobs. Sure, everyone can work hard and climb the interior design ladder, but why not get there faster with a solid interior design education and foundation? Did you know that an interior design degree is required for most entry-level interior design jobs anyway? According to American Society of Interior Designers, you must meet or exceed a certain level of accredited education before you can even call yourself an interior designer.

If you're considering a career in interior design then you know that an interior designer designs spaces, rooms, and buildings to meet the occupant's desires. This means everything from picking colors, textiles, and fabrics, to spacing out furniture, to choosing all fixtures and other embellishments. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, graduates of accredited interior design programs from two to four year universities normally join formal design apprenticeships upon completion of their studies. Graduates from vocational schools with accredited interior design programs become assistants to interior designers. Since accreditation is central for becoming an interior designer, it's good to know the National Association of Schools of Art and Design accredits approximately 250 postsecondary institutions with programs in art and design.



Source
American Society of Interior Designers
US Bureau of Labor Statistics