Trying to select a college major
Working as an Interior Designer Can be Pretty Great
The Work isn't Suited for Everyone, But it May be Perfect for You
It's Hard to Find a School That Offers Degrees in this Field
But You Can Get Started With a Small Amount of the Right Training


Is a career in interior design right for you?

If you would like to become an interior design specialist, our site can show you one or two of the available designer career training programs that are offered at a city near you.

WY liberal arts student working towards her diplomaEven though there aren’t many schools which have degrees in interior planning, we have tried to select one or two schools you could give some thought to.

This type of college major could be an excellent choice for enthusiastic students who have solid logical and creative capabilities, tend to be eager to succeed and work well with one or two others.

Designers plan and develop residential or commercial areas. Each type of space has its own qualities and some design firms could prefer one or the other, but most designers will work on both kinds of assignments.

While every project is slightly unique, you will learn about the usual routine for organizing and accomplishing a project for a commercial or residential client.

A visitor may use our college lookup box to check out training programs near your zipcode. If you notice one to two institutions that match up pretty well with your needs, just go on and contact them through the short contact form. Each one of these colleges is ready to send you further details regarding their majors and training centers.

A trio of Cheyenne WY classmates working on homeworkIf you can’t locate a university where you live, you can learn from your home through an online college.

And if you have previously enrolled at an interior design school or taken some classes and you wish to comment on that experience, just let us know. Thanks.

Just look at our directory of a few of the best-known schools in the country.
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Quick Fact
In 2017, workers with a bachelor's degree or higher had almost twice as much
median earnings per week than workers with only a high school diploma*.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics

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