Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 4, 2007
A new article on the career resource site Business-Programs.com, "Interior Design School a Must for Would-Be Designers" explains why interior design school is the key to a successful interior design career. Business-Programs.com (http://www.business-programs.com) provides educational resources about online business programs like interior design. Future students interested in interior design must consider the industry competition and opportunities such as professional organizations that require a degree.
"Interior Design School a Must for Would-Be Designers" points out that earning an interior design degree helps would-be fashion designers ensure they have as many career tools as possible, like a portfolio of work to show prospective employers. An interior design network of colleagues and instructors can also provide unknown career opportunities. Earning a degree can also help prepare designers to earn their license. State licensing is a great resume builder and good self-promotion with clients and interior design firms. It's also required in many states, as the article points out (http://www.business-programs.com/articles/interior-design-school-a-must-for-would-be-designers.html).
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics cited in their 2004 report that interior designers with no education will find it "very difficult to establish and maintain a career in this occupation." Meeting job competition head-on is why earning an interior design degree is so important.
Attending interior design school is also important for memberships in special organizations that help designers gain a competitive career edge. The American Society of Interior Design states that "accredited design education" is required in addition to work experience and passing an exam to gain membership to its honored society.
Business-Programs.com offers educational resources to succeed in the competitive world of business, whether visitors want to earn an MBA or even a business technology degree. Visitors can browse a directory of business schools or visit an extensive library of articles focused on business programs.