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My fiancée is interested in Interior Design. She's currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree of Business from Kettering University.

What would be the next step for her if she wanted to learn Interior Design? Everywhere I search I see obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design, but she would already have a Bachelor's Degree.


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closed as off topic by ChrisF Jun 16 '12 at 14:59

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For the record, it is Home Improvement. Just a different aspect. I can see this community is already not open to such things. Seriously, which stackexchange website would you ask about this? This is a way to pursue home improvement. – ardavis Jun 16 '12 at 15:00
Having one BA does not preclude you from getting another. She should contact schools offering ID degrees and see about their requirements. Or try working/interning at a ID firm. My gut feeling is that many people who do ID for a living don't actually have ID degrees. – Jason Jun 16 '12 at 18:09
This is more of an education issue. Anyways, yea, you can have as many BA degrees as you want. I'd aim for an interior design degree from an respected architecture program. – DA01 Jun 16 '12 at 18:23
Thank you both. – ardavis Jun 16 '12 at 22:26
@ardavis While many things might be considered "Home Improvement", some still remain off topic on this site (including interior design questions). We made this decision long ago, as we felt these types of questions tended to be more personal preference than actual answerable questions. However, your question is about personal development and education, which I don't think fits into any of the current Stack Exchange sites. You could always search for a proposal on Area51, and/or start one yourself if it does not already exist. – Tester101 Jun 18 '12 at 12:01

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