Bachelor of Science in Interior Design
The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program is designed to guide students in progressively assimilating the creative and technical aspects of the interior design profession while developing in them cultural sensitivity. It aims to develop well-rounded individuals prepared to meet the challenges and dynamics of interior design practice. Its training combines theoretical and practical aspects of the practice with emphasis on the optimum development of the students’ conceptualization and creative skills. It is designed to cover a wide range of professional practice such as: interior design, furniture and accessories design, visual merchandising, production design, exhibition design, interior landscaping design, and lighting design.
Graduates of this program are primarily trained for professional practice or may specialize in any of the broad range of interior design services mentioned above.
- Interior Designer (upon licensure)
- CAD designer
- Space planner
- Furniture Designer
- Events organizer
- INT education (after licensure and Masters degree)
- Design and Sales consultant
- Visual artist
- Project coordinator
- Design specialist
- Exhibition designer
- Production designer
- Textile designer
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
To develop graduates that could apply design, construction, management and business principles in handling a wide range of professional practice such as interior design, furniture and accessories design, visual merchandising, production design, exhibition design, interior landscaping design, and lighting design.
To develop well-rounded and culturally sensitive professionals prepared to meet the challenges as well as the environmental concerns with regards to the dynamics of interior design practice;
To develop interior designers who set good example of high ethical standard and adherence to safety, health, environmental concerns and public welfare through compliance with required codes and laws.
Ability to identify key issues in design problems.
Ability to understand the design parameters.
Ability to formulate design concepts, strategies, and approaches.
Ability to function and assimilate well within the multi-disciplinary environment.
Ability to apply knowledge and new technology in interior design.
Ability to design, innovate and implement to meet the requirements of the problem.
Ability to convey design proposals through visual, oral and written communication.
Understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
Ability to be well-informed with contemporary interior design philosophy, theories and issues.