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One technical question of school organization comes to mind here.
For proper accreditation of schools, teachers in any course must have a degree at least one level above that for which the student is a candidate.
Since there are almost no schools in the country offering graduate work in interior design this rule cannot at present be observed.
Indeed, it has only been a matter of the last few years that reputable schools of art have granted degrees at all.
The question, however, cannot be ignored for long.
The basic problem involved is that a college setting up a graduate school must have an entirely separate faculty for the advanced degree.
Most professors in the course must, naturally, again have a higher degree than the course offers.
One solution is the aquisition of degrees in education but it is a poor substitute.
It is a sort of academic ring-around-a-rosy and you solve it.

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