Career Paths

For Interior Designers there is a wide range of occupations or areas of design that one can go into.

  • Show Homes

  • Visual Merchandising

  • Project Management

  • Health Care

  • Technical Drafting

  • Hospitality

  • Kitchen + Bath Designing

  • Commercial Design

  • Accessibility


It is encouraged that all graduates take the NCIDQ exam starting six months out to become certified in interior design. Then depending upon which state they settle in they can research the practice and title acts to become Registered Interior Designers (RID) or a Certified Interior Designer (CID). Through certification and licensure, interior designers can produce construction documents, manage their own projects, and even have their own business.


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