The Course

BSc in Interior Design and Decoration

Transform spaces and create environments

Bachelor Degree | Bengaluru

These undergraduate programmes are designed for participants looking to enter the design world, and provide a complete education allowing participants to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a career in the chosen field.



3 years (full-time)


10 + 2 with 40% + (in any stream)

Certificate Type

Bachelor Degree

Degree Issuing Authority

Bengaluru City University

Programme Overview

The BSc. in Interior Design and Decoration is a three-year design course in collaboration with Bengaluru City University. The course provides students with tools and techniques to explore design as a solution for space creation and a symposium of creative endeavours. The programme aims to inspire a new generation of creative thinkers.

In the BSc. in Interior Design and Decoration programme, students are guided to utilize their vision and maximize the space to boost utility yet retain its aesthetic value. The course employs an interdisciplinary approach that integrates the usage of various materials, perspectives and design sensibilities. Through industrial visits and real-world projects, the program provides students with practical training to familiarise with industry standards.

  • Students are trained to create design for interiors that encompasses the structure, area, and furnishings.
  • The program makes students adept at academics and the application between the play of spatial and material activities.
  • It introduces students to design theory, history, advanced 2D and 3D visualisation, illustration, and model construction.
  • To grasp design’s fundamental elements and concepts.
  • Provide students with the necessary graphic and computer-aided design skills, using AutoCAD, SketchUp, V-Ray.
  • Develop students to become sound professionals through internships, industrial visits and projects, networking, and joint activities.


  • Apply the skills, techniques, and principles of design to develop collections with technical precision.
  • Adopt global and environmental concepts of sustainability.
  • Create a Design Portfolio that is a collection of their inspiration, their interpretation of trends, presentation boards etc. that gives an insight into the students’ distinctive voice and vision.
  • Be able to use innovative research-oriented techniques to gauge consumer behaviour and fashion trends in order to develop well-crafted product lines.

Semester 1

  • Language – I
  • Language – II
  • Fundamentals of Interior Design
  • Construction Materials – I
  • 2D & 3D Graphics
  • Open Elective
  • Skill Enhancement Course
  • PE – Yoga H&W
  • H&W

Semester 2

  • Language – I
  • Language – II
  • Ergonomics
  • Construction Materials – II
  • CAD in Interiors – I
  • Open Elective
  • Skill Enhancement Course
  • PE – Yoga

Semester 3

  • Language – I
  • Language – II
  • Space Planning in Interiors
  • Building Services – Lighting
  • CAD in Interiors-II
  • Open Elective
  • Skill Enhancement Course
  • PE – Yoga

Semester 4

  • Language – I
  • Language – II
  • History of Interiors
  • Construction Detailing
  • Interior Design – Residence
  • Open Elective
  • AECC
  • PE – Yoga

Semester 5

  • Professional Practice
  • Estimation & Costing
  • Building Services – Plumbing & Sanitation
  • Internship
  • Interior Design – Retail
  • Design for Special Needs
  • Skill Enhancement Course
  • Vernacular Architecture & Interiors

Semester 6

  • Project Management
  • Interior Landscaping
  • Textiles and Accessories in Interior Design
  • Project
  • Vaastu Shastra
  • Portfolio Development
  • Interior Journalism
  • JD Design Awards
  • Case Studies – Explores industry settings.
  • Industrial Visits – These trips are essential as it arms students with industry trends and requirements.
  • Self-Study – Students independently discover and analyse study topics taught by their instructors.
  • Classroom Lectures – These lectures provide vital information to the entire cohort.Classroom lectures are important as it provides information and guides students to understand the subjects better.
  • Seminars – Gain insights, broaden horizons and get a different perspective about respective fields of study.
  • Studio / Workshop / Laboratory / Practical Sessions – Get practical exposure of the design as a discipline.
  • Demonstrative – Utilization of necessary technical subjects.
  • Group Work – Encourages students to build a collaborative work experience.
  • Internal Assessments – Assesses students’ learning progression during the entire duration of the course.
  • Projects – In-class and independent research projects undertaken to exhibit understanding of the subject.
  • Semester Examinations – Undertaken to test subject knowledge.
  • Presentations – Applicable in some subjects to assess understanding of the topic and helps to build confidence, communication skills and professionalism.
  • Examinations – time-based assessment to test subject understanding.
  • Presentations – used in some subjects to assess subject understanding and demonstrate communication skills, professionalism, critical thinking and to argue interpretations/ findings.
  • Portfolio Assessment – Demonstrates learning from concept stage to execution
  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Decorator
  • CAD Designer
  • Space Planner
  • Interior Stylist and Decorator
  • Furniture Designer
  • Set Designer (Theatre, Film, TV)
  • Project Coordinator
  • Exhibition Designer
  • Visual Artist
  • Educator
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Design and Sales Consultant
  • Materials Expert


Q: What does BSc. in Interior Design and Decoration cover?
A: This programme emphasizes spatial aesthetics, furniture arrangement, and interior enhancement.

Q: What are the course timings?
A: The 3-years full-time course is from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Q: What subjects will I study?
A: You will explore design theory, colour concepts, spatial planning, and 3D modeling.

Q: Are placements offered?
A: Yes, the programme facilitates internships and industry placements.

Q: How important are industry visits?
A: Industry visits offer practical exposure to real interior design projects.

Q: Why choose BSc. in Interior Design and Decoration?
A: If you have an eye for aesthetics and spatial design, this Programme prepares you for a promising career in interior design.

Q: What are JD Design Awards?
A: JD Design Awards is a platform that recognizes student achievements and provide industry recognition.

Q: Is the course beneficial?
A: Absolutely, it equips you with the skills needed to create captivating interiors and offers design career prospects.

Q: What is the infrastructure of JD School of Design
A: The programme offers state-of-the-art design studios and resources for a comprehensive learning experience.

Q: Can I join through lateral entry?
A: Lateral entry options might be available based on prior qualifications and experience.

Q: Does JD School of Design offer scholarships and fee concessions?
A: Yes, JD School of Design offers a variety of scholarships and fee concessions to help students access education. For more information click here .