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Interior Design Careers
Today’s Learning Goals: Students will be able to: 1. Identify the scope of interior design career opportunities. 2. Explain the difference between the levels of education in a career path specialization. 3. List and describe industry professional organizations. 4. Explain the benefits of membership of the professional organizations.
Interior Designers… • Make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful for almost every type of building: offices, homes, hospitals, stores, and restaurants. • They select and specify colors, finishes, fabrics, furniture, flooring and wall coverings, lighting, and other materials to create useful and stylish interiors for buildings.
Types of Interior Designers 1. Kitchen and Bath Designers specialize in kitchens and bathrooms and have expert knowledge of the variety of cabinets, fixtures, appliances, plumbing, and electrical solutions for these rooms. 2. Lighting Designers focus on the effect of lighting for home, office, or public spaces. 3. Sustainable Designers use strategies to improve energy and water efficiencies and indoor air quality, and they specify environmentally preferable products. 4. Universal Designers renovate spaces to make them more accessible. These designs are used to renovate spaces for elderly people or people with special needs; however, universal designs can benefit everyone.
Set and Exhibit Designers • Set Designers create sets for movie, television, theater, and other productions. They analyze scripts or other research documents to determine how many sets will be needed and how each set can best support the story. • Exhibit Designers create spaces to display products, art, or artifacts.
Entry Level Positions: 1. 2. 3. 4. Color Consultant Showroom Assistant Interior Design Aide Furnishings, Sales Associate
Entry Level: Display Associate
Technical Level Positions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Display Designer Interior Design Assistant Photo Stylist Furnishings Buyer Energy Auditor Housekeeping Instructor
Technical Level: Certified Kitchen & Bath Specialist
Professional Level Positions: 1. Interior Designer 2. Set Designer 3. Furniture Designer 4. Furnishings, Sales Manager 5. Equipment Specialist 6. Home Restoration Supervisor
Professional Position: : Set Designer
College Majors Related to Interior Design • • • Interior Design Environmental Design and Merchandising Human Ecology Home Furnishings Housing Management
California Community Colleges …. . Import information from HECT Career & College Handbook for local colleges in your area. Or visit http: //www. ccidc. org/schools. html to import schools sorted by county.
Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA ) • • Accreditation for Interior Design bachelor and master degrees in U. S. and Canada. CIDA-accredited programs assure the public that interior design education prepares students to be responsible, well-informed, skilled professionals who make beautiful, safe, and comfortable spaces that also respect the earth and its resources.
California State Universities • CSU Chico. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design • CSU Long Beach. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design • San Francisco State. Bachelor of Science in Interior Design CIDA Programs: • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Master of Interior Architecture • California State University, Fresno. Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design • California State University, Northridge. Bachelor of Science • California State University, Sacramento. Bachelor of Arts Interior Design • San Diego State University, San Diego. Bachelor of Arts in Applied Arts and Sciences
California Private Colleges • Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design • Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego. Bachelor of Arts in Fashion and Interiors with a specialization in Interior Design • Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Diego, and San Francisco. Interior Design Associate of Arts
CIDA Private Colleges • Academy of Art University, San Francisco. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture and Design • Art Institute of California (The), Los Angeles, Santa Monica & Orange County. Bachelor of Science in Interior Design • California College of the Arts, San Francisco. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design • Design Institute of San Diego. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design • Interior Designers Institute, Newport Beach. Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design • Woodbury University, Burbank. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture
CIDA West Coast Programs Arizona State University, Tempe AZ. BS Interior Design Bellevue College, Bellevue WA. Bachelor of Applied Arts Interior Design Brigham Young University – Idaho, Rexburg ID. BS Interior Design Colorado State University, Fort Collins CO. BS Interior Design Marylhurst University, Marylhurst OR. BFA in Interior Design Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Denver CO. BFA Southwest University of Visual Arts, Albuquerque NM. BA Interior Design Southwest University of Visual Arts, Tucson AZ. BA University of Idaho, Moscow ID. Bachelor of Interior Design University of Nevada, Las Vegas NV. BS in Interior Architecture University of Oregon, Eugene OR. Bachelor / Master of Interior Architecture Utah State University, Logan UT. BID Interior Design Washington State University, Pullman/Spokane WA. BA Interior Design Weber State University, Ogden UT. BS Interior Design
Interior Design Organizations 1. American Society of Interior Designers. ASID works to advance the design profession and provide professional support and development opportunities to its members. http: //www. asid. org 2. International Interior Design Association. A networking and educational association with over 13, 000 members around the world http: //www. iida. org 3. National Kitchen and Bath Association. The mission of the NKBA is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism. http: //nkba. org • More specific associations can be found at http: //www. cacareercafe. com/associations/fashion-andinterior-design/
Benefits of Membership • Professional organizations provide networking and social events, professional development activities, and career services. • They are one of the best places students can go to build networks, set up informational interviews, find mentors, get internships, and earn scholarships.
License Requirements • Licensure requirements vary by state. Many states have laws that restrict the use of the title “interior designer. ” In these states, both licensed and unlicensed designers may do interior design work. Only those who pass the stateapproved exam may call themselves Registered Interior Designers. • The National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam is the nationally recognized exam required for licensure. • Typically, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in interior design plus 2 years of work experience. • California requires an exam administered by the California Council for Interior Design Certification called IPEX California.
How to apply for Certification and the IDEX California® exam • Path #1: You are a student with 2 years of education or an interior designer with more than 5 but less than 8 years work experience. • Under Path #1 you are eligible to take IDEX California but after passing the IDEX California®, you need to meet Path #2 requirements to be approved as a CID.
CID Continued… Path #2 Options You are an interior designer and meet one of the four categories: (A) Graduate of a four-year accredited interior design degree program, and has two years of diversified interior design experience. (B) Completed a three-year accredited interior design certificate program, and has three years of diversified interior design experience. (C) Completed a two-year accredited interior design program and has four years of diversified interior design experience. (D) Has at least eight years of interior design education or diversified interior design experience, or a combination of interior design education and diversified interior design experience that together total at least eight years.