School of Arts & Sciences


Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program blends liberal arts education with studio skills development and specialized courses aimed at building design competencies. Aspirants to the profession are trained in delivering design solutions that respond to functional, aesthetic, and codal requirements of residential and commercial interior design projects integrating cultural and environmental considerations, and which are communicated through industry-standard design documents. Learners synthesize acquired knowledge and skills in a research-based interior design proposal at the senior level and are prepared for the professional licensure examination. Graduates can enter professional practice and specialize in the different project types - residential, hospitality, retail, corporate, educational, healthcare, and others. They also enter allied fields such as furniture and accessories design, visual merchandising, production design, lighting design, events planning, styling and management, floral design and interior plantscaping, project management, and cultural heritage conservation.

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Program Highlights

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Curriculum Highlights

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Possible Career Opportunities

  • Interior Designer: Graduates can work as professional interior designers, either in interior design firms or as freelancers. They can design and plan interior spaces for residential, commercial, and hospitality projects, ensuring functionality, aesthetics, and client preferences are met.
  • Interior Stylist: Working in collaboration with photographers, set designers, or marketing agencies, interior design graduates can pursue a career as an interior stylist, curating and arranging spaces for photoshoots, advertisements, and editorial content.
  • Furniture Designer: Graduates with a passion for furniture design can work in furniture manufacturing companies, creating innovative and aesthetically pleasing furniture pieces for residential and commercial spaces.
  • Retail Space Designer: Many retail companies hire interior design graduates to design and create visually appealing and functional retail spaces that enhance the customer experience and boost sales.
  • Exhibition Designer: Working in the event management or museum industry, graduates can become exhibition designers, creating engaging and immersive exhibits and displays for various events, trade shows, or museums.

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