Interior Design

About the Major

An Interior Design major prepares you for a career working with clients to develop a design for their home or work environment. Students study fundamentals, theory, process, communication, research, and technology to identify and solve problems related to people and their use of interior space. Read more about the major.

Common Entry Level Job Titles

  • Interior Designer
  • Design Assistant
  • Facilities Planner
  • Lighting Designer
  • Project Manager
  • CAD Technician
  • Sales Representative

Types of Employers

  • Architecture firms
  • Commercial design firms
  • Furniture companies
  • Lighting companies
  • Residential design firms
  • Retail companies

Alumni Internship and Volunteer Contacts

In addition to finding current job and internship openings, use GoldPASS to search info and contacts for students' previously completed internships related to this major (to get ideas and contact information- not to get a list of openings). Select "Job Search"> "Internship Agreement Database."

Salary and Employment Statistics

See the employment and salary page for statistics on the most recent graduates and previous years.

Top Career Resources

Interior Design Related Postings in GoldPASS

Interior Designer
Tivoli Design Build
Part-Time Visual Merchandiser - Ashley Furniture HomeStore
Furniture Mart USA
Summer Intern - Interior Design
Project Coordinator
CliqStudios/Wayzata Home Products
Interior Designer
Total Interiors
Design Intern
Intereum Inc.
Design Associate
Ethan Allen Retail, Inc.
Interior Designer: Minnesota Office
Wold Architects and Engineers
Equity & Diversity Internship- Design Engineering
Construction Manager
Next Step Ministries, Inc.
Resource Librarian
DLR Group
Flooring Sales and Design
Value Plus Flooring, Inc.