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|Could you please tell me what you think the future holds for young interior
|To date, the web page listed
below is the best source I have found for describing interior design and what the future
holds. It is at www.review.com, a service of the Princeton Review. The category is
Careers, Finding A Job, and What
It's Like: Interior Designer. The article describes, Daily Life, Paying Your Dues,
Something to Fall Back on, Future and Past, and, What to Expect From Your Life.
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|I want to do correspondence course on interior design through the internet.
Please advise me.
|Here is an online resource.
I am not familiar with it, so please be careful.
http://www.sheffield.edu. Also, I checked with
FIDER, and they do not, currently, accredit any correspondence or online courses.All
FIDER-accredited interior design programs require the student to participate in lecture
and studio class time. If you wish to investigate correspondence study, I recommend that
you contact the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council.
postsecondary home study institutions offering non-degree and degree courses
and programs through the master's degree level. You may contact:
Michael P. Lambert, Executive Director
Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council
1601 Eighteenth Street NW
Washington DC 20009
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would like to study interior design. Can you suggest any classes in my local area, that
would help me?
|To find classes in your
area, I would check the main design sites, such as IIDA (The International Interior Design
Association) http://www.iida.org, ASID (The American
Society of Interior Designers) http://www.asid.org ,
FIDER (listed in question #1 above), and NCIDQ (The National Council for Interior Design
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