The demand for well-educated, highly trained interior designers is on a serious climb. Advancements within the profession and the growth of our aging population are both contributing factors to the increased demand.
After completion of the Interior Design program, graduates take the NCIDQ (National Licensing) and/or a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) exam.
Interior design positions exist within design and architectural firms, furniture dealerships and major corporations. Primary career growth areas include ergonomics, healthcare, hospitality, kitchen and bath and green design (environmentally sustainable).