They say the prefer a BA. However as long as you play the game. They will lie and act like you are actually a real designer, that's what they did with the Designer in Cranberry twp PA. Scamm
Yes, but I already had a design/art degree that was higher than interior design. (I went to a prestigious 5 yr school prior, and had 2 years of formal education before that.) They want you to either have the INTD degree, or be *in school* for interior design. But anyone can be labeled a designer there, even a sales associate that takes the platinum level training. Only the "Head" designer has to have a bachelor's in INTD to get the $50-60,000 salary.
Answered - Sales/Design (Former Employee) - Mentor, OH
From my experience, a certificate/diploma would be sufficient.
Answered - Sealer (Former Employee) - Dayton, TN
They prefer a BA.
Answered - Interior Design Assistant (Former Employee) - Fredericksburg, VA
Yes. Designers are required BA.
Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
A certification/diploma from an Interior Design trade school is sufficient to become a design assistant or full time designer.
Answered - Internationsl Support (Current Employee) - Monroe, MI
Company is no longer in business - local dealer, not manufacturer
Answered - Human Resources Administrator (Former Employee) - Canton, MI