Fashion & Interior Design Pathway
The interior design program has been developed to prepare students with the tools necessary for various aspects of the design field. Many interior designers find themselves providing residential or commercial (public spaces) design services. Others develop expertise in areas of specialty such as hospitality, health care, lighting design, set design and space planning. The outlook for graduates is very promising. Jobs for interior designers are expected to increase by 21 to 35 percent through the end of the 2010.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides information on what the job is like, training/ education required, projections on the number of jobs that will be available, salaries, related occupations and relevant professional associations. Click on the links below for more information:
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