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Preparation

It is beneficial for entry-level interior design students to have a college preparatory high school background. While some practice in freehand drawing and mechanical drafting is helpful, most students enter interior design without special preparation, but course work in computer applications, communications, design and art usually will enhance a student’s educational experience.

Aspiring students can aquire practical experience when available through enrollment in Internship in Professional Practices. Such internships are usually taken in the summers following the sophomore and junior years. Interior Design students should take any available opportunity to interact with the American Society of interior Designers - (ASID) - International Interior Design Association - (IIDA) - or the Illumination Engineering Society (IES). The Department of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design - (AMID) - offers a number of scholarships and awards annually, which are specifically for interior design majors.

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