Using Your Degree
Your St. Kate's degree in interior design will prepare you to design for environments such as:
- Corporate offices
- Residential living
Employment opportunities range from freelance interior design to design work for multi-discipline firms (interior design, architecture and engineering).
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, interior design employment is expected to grow 19 percent by 2018 — faster than any other profession.
Portfolios to attract employers
When you graduate from St. Kate's interior design major, you'll have a professional portfolio to share with future employers. A collection of your best work is often the deciding factor in getting a job, and the e-portfolio is essential to marketing yourself in this information age.
Graduate degree for interior designers
St. Kate's is developing a new Master of Science in Interior Design (MID) program aimed at practitioners. It is expected to launch in 2013.