American Interior Design is a for-profit college located in Fountain Hills, Arizona in the Phoenix Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 22 undergraduate students. The American Interior Design acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Interior Design.
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Attending AIID was the best decision I could have made for my future. I waited 20 years to pursue my dreams, now I'm excited to apply all I have learned to land my dream job. You'll be amazed that in a short 6 months you'll be proficient in all areas of interior design, and be able to communicate effectively to other professionals in the field. I only wish they would add Architectural CAD to their curriculum. While learning manual drafting was important and very useful, learning CAD makes you invaluable as an interior designer. That being said, what you gain at AIID in a short 6 months is better than any accelerated Interior Design program out there.