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tbrooks in Grandview, Missouri

78 months ago

I am a certified Residential Planner and I am wondering how long it will take me to become an Interior Designer. Do the classes I took for this transfer to a Bachelors Degree?

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jlwht in Tulsa, Oklahoma

78 months ago

Hi tbrooks,
Not quite enough information to answer your questions. The best thing to do (and easiest) is to call an accredited university you're interested in, and ask them. You may need to send/fax/email them a copy of your transcript so they know where to start. It will matter where your RP studies were taken I'm sure. A typical Bachelor's degree takes 4 years, but of course if you have transferable college credits that can be reduced.

Looks like these are two accredited programs in Missouri (you can search other programs here - )-

Maryville University of St. Louis
Interior Design Program
Art and Design Department
Darlene Davison, Program Director

University of Missouri, Columbia
Interior Design Program
Department of Architectural Studies
College of Human Environmental Sciences
Ruth Brent Tofle, Chairperson


JL White (my design web-log)

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Semen Zuev in Palo Alto, California

13 months ago

You can also become a great interior designer for that there is no need to be highly qualified if you want to become an interior designer. You can become a designer by doing some short or long course of interior designing. I know an academy which I applied by myself suggest to visit must this institute

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