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Singalong, Malate, Manila

Philippines

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Programs & Descriptions

Bachelor in Fine Arts
major in Advertising Design 
(BFAADVdes)

Bachelor in Fine Arts 
major in Visual Arts and Design 
(BFAVAD)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication/Advertising Design program is a learner-centered and studio-based degree program. It embraces liberal arts education with traditional studio-based courses beginning with the fundamentals of Fine Arts. These include freehand drawing, figure drawing, color, design and advances at higher levels that include the norms, product, procedures, advertising campaigns, ethical standards in advance and other related fields of visual communications using computer technologies. It also includes several lecture courses for the cognitive and reflective competencies of students. The final level courses are directed towards advertising campaign, articulated in both written thesis and visual presentation.  

The Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Visual Arts and Design (BFAVAD) is a studio-based degree Program that enables students to acquire competencies and knowledge in courses like drawing, figure drawing, design and color, composition, and stylistic applications. It is a fall-back Program for Fine Arts students by providing them the opportunity to cross over to other areas like visual communication and fashion design.  The Program also provides basic computer graphics courses that allow students to find solutions to design problems using standard computer technologies.  It requires the completion of a thesis in an exhibition and orally-defended written thesis.

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design 
(BSID)

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program is a learner-centered program. It embraces liberal arts education with studio skills development courses and CHED required courses specifically for the Interior Design curriculum. The program with traditional studio courses aimed to develop design skills as basic necessary for stepping forward to high level courses. Such competencies include drawing, drafting, rendering and presentations. Advance courses include clusters in designing competencies from single unit space such as residences to more elaborate and complex corporate requirements such as hotels, institutions and similar structures.

Other allied courses help integrate Interior Design (ID) courses for well-rounded design concepts in both standard and computer-based execution and presentation. Summarily at senior’s level learners are expected to synthesize their acquired knowledge from previous in an articulated written thesis of design project. It also includes final presentation of work in an exhibition. The program also sets learners to basic areas for licensure to cognitively provide knowledge and prepare them for ID licensure examination.