Interior Design

Interior Design (BID)

A Bachelor of Interior Design engages in student-centered learning, focused on the interplay between surface and volume, light and color, texture and pattern, scale and status, as well as movement and view. All in order to prepare a student to become a specialist in the art, craft, and practice of giving physical shape and identity to interior spaces we move through, exist in, and use daily. Furthermore enabling students to develop creative imaginations, technical knowledge, both digital and analog graphic communication skills, ethical practices, and business insight.

Job Opportunities:

  • Architectural technologist
  • Construction companies
  • Exhibition designer
  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Furniture designer
  • Product designer
  • Production designer (theatre, film)
  • Retailers
  • Stylist
  • Textile designer
  • Visual merchandiser