Interior Design Continuing Education

Interior Design Continuing Education

Even with a college degree, work experience, and NCIDQ-approval, an interior designer's schooling is likely to be a life-long enterprise. Consumer demand and are anything but static. For instance, one recent trend is to design rooms with materials that are environmentally-friendly.

The National Council for Interior Design Qualification offer self-study monographs, some of which count towards as continuing education credit hours, and a growing number of interior design schools offer CE programs.

Interior design continuing education programs are offered in:

  • Business
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • Drawing
  • Feng Shui
  • Lighting
  • Space Planning
  • Structures
  • Sustainable Interiors

Related Education Information

Choosing an Interior Design School

Interior Design School Accreditation

Degrees in Interior Design

Licensing in Interior Design

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