Hello, I was recently accepted in to Kendall College of Art and Design. I choose this school, because of my interest in furniture design. However, I am interested in all types of design, I just feel more drawn to furniture specifically. Kendall also offers an Industrial Design major, which is causing me to battle between the two. I am worried by only studying furniture, I am limiting my job opportunities, and if i go the ID way, I am limiting the amount I will know about furniture if I seek to work in that field. Is a furniture design degree, equivalent to an Industrial Design experience.... can I still work in other areas of design if there is not much opportunity in furniture design when I graduate. I was considering a minor in ID, but its not something I REALLY want to do... the job market is my main source of confusion right now. I don't want to set limits for myself, and I want to keep versatility in what I can do, and where I can work. However I am looking foward to a furniture focus.
anyone else dealing with this? Let me know you thoughts please.