The inside of our home or office is a reflection of ourselves. It announces what we value and where we spend our time. Combining levels of style, comfort, practicality and artistry is the definition of interior design.
Perhaps someone has told you that you have "a good eye" for room decor. Expand on this natural proclivity by taking specialized classes leading to either a certificate or an associate degree. Hands-on learning and real-world projects enlighten and educate, and professors with extensive industry experience make sure you are ready to design today's interiors.
The Interior Design AAS degree at Johnson County Community College is recognized by the National Kitchen & Bath Association as an NKBA Accredited Program.
Job Prospects for Interior Designers
The U.S. Department of Labor compiles statistics on the careers involving interior design. You'll find information specifically related to careers in Kansas, including salary information and the job prospects.