BSc Interior Design
& Decoration

from Bangalore University


BSc Interior Design
& Decoration

from Bangalore University

The BSc Interior Design & Decoration course at Cindrebay Bangalore promises to take students on a riveting journey into the world of spaces, space design and planning, interior architecture, and furniture design. The course structure is an intricate fusion of theoretical knowledge by learning by-laws, services, planning and execution strategies, interior standards and principles of furniture and space design. Delving in the more practical, students are also exposed to various ongoing sites, immersive workshops, guest seminars and rigorous software training.


If you are passionate about Design, Spaces, Interaction of humans with the built and designing people's dreams, perhaps this BSc interior design degree from us could help you transform your Passion into your Profession!


3 Years
6 Semesters


10+2 with a minimum 50% aggregate marks


30 Students per batch

LOCATION Available



Here’s an overview of the course curriculum for BSc Interior Design & Decoration. You’ll be delving deep into these topics in the three years that you engage in the course.

First Semester

  • Basic Design & Visual Arts
  • Fundamentals, Elements and Principle of Design
  • Compositions in Interior Design
  • Drafting for Interior Designers (Practical)
  • Measured Drawing
  • Interior Space Components & Furnishing (Practical)

Second Semester

  • Anthropometrics & furniture standards
  • Understanding Design process
  • Conceptual Drawings & Mood Boards
  • History of Art and Interior Design
  • Building Materials & Construction - Part - I (Theory)
  • Building Services - Part - I (Practical)
  • Design Studio (Residence Design Space management, space planning, furniture layout, material applications, detailed technical drawing, budgeting as per material specification.)

Value Adds

  • AutoCad
  • 3D Printing

Third Semester

  • Advance Drafting for Interior Designers (Practical)
  • Advance Interior Space Planning (Practical)
  • Building Materials & Construction - Part - II (Theory)
  • Building Services - Part - II (Practical)

Fourth Semester

  • Study of Interior space components, Walls, partitions & panels, Floors, Mezzanine floor, Ceilings & false / suspended ceilings, Openings – Doors & Window types, Stair and its types
  • Interior space Furnishings, Paints & Textures, Laminates, Claddings & Others : Through sessions on furnishings, paints and textures, etc
  • Design Studio (Retail Design / Restaurant Design / Office Design / Institute Design - Any two)

Value Adds

  • Basics in Architecture
  • Interior and Exterior Treatments
  • Environment Control in Interiors

Fifth Semester

  • Construction Management
  • Estimation, Costing & Specification for Interiors
  • Interior services - II, Plumbing and Sanitation
  • Advanced CAD in Interiors
  • Model making & Furniture Design
  • Internship

Sixth Semester

  • Professional Practice
  • Acoustics
  • Textiles For Interiors
  • Accessories in Interior Design
  • Interior Landscaping
  • Thesis Project

Value Adds

  • BOQ, Estimation & Specifications for Interior projects
  • Project Detailing & Execution
  • Tenders and quotations
  • Indian Institute of Interior Designers - Rules and Regulations, Code of conduct

  • AutoCad 2D - 3D
  • 3D Printing
  • Sketchup with V - ray
  • Photoshop
  • Lumion
  • Revit Architecture
  • 3Ds Max

Entrepreneurship Training & Placement Assistance

Last 1 month of Course to make them Industry ready

  • How to Brand yourself - create your own logo and Website
  • Projects Management
  • Negotiation skills - Client Handling
  • Portfolio Creation
  • Marketing
  • Basic Banking and Finance Functions
  • Preparation client service agreement
  • Basic legal - contracts and agreements, guarantee, warranty

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities Bachelor Of Interior Design

People want creativity in any kind of space they use. Having a designed space tells us about our lifestyle and is a matter of status. There’s been a steep rise in professional opportunities for interior space 'artists'. Here are just a few avenues - working with established interior design or architecture firms, working as -

  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Interior decorator and planner
  • Space planning consultant
  • Decorator consultant
  • 3D visualizer
  • Furniture designer
  • Turnkey designer
  • Academician
  • Exhibition designer
  • Event designer
  • Production designer, theatre / TV / film
  • Visual merchandiser
  • Interior stylist
  • Artist / Blogger / Photographer
  • Furniture curator


The courses consist of theory and studio sessions, CAD lab training, design workshops and creativity enhancing activities.

Classroom projects

Classroom projects are done with a significant contribution from real - world industry

Proper attention

Proper attention on developing skills in Computer Aided Designing

Design skills

Design skills and cross-functional abilities like software and presentation skills are put into practice

Course duration

Course duration spans from 12 months (Diploma) to 3 years (Under graduate Degree Programme)

Real life project

Real life project works are a significant portion of the curriculum

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The distinction between BSc Interior Design and BSc Interior Design and Decoration lies in their core focus. BSc Interior Design emphasizes the scientific and artistic aspects of designing functional spaces within a building, informed by an understanding of human behavior. On the other hand, BSc Interior Design and Decoration places greater emphasis on furnishing and ornamentation, using artistic elements to achieve specific aesthetics. In summary, interior designers possess the capability to decorate, but their primary role is to conceptualize and execute comprehensive design plans, encompassing both form and function.

The distinction between BSc Interior Design and BSc Interior Design and Decoration is complemented by the program offerings at Cindrebay School of Design. Under Bangalore University, Cindrebay School of Design Bangalore provides BSc Interior Design and Decoration, focusing on the fusion of aesthetics and function. Meanwhile, Cindrebay in Chennai offers BSc Interior Design, which is affiliated with Alagappa University, emphasizing a comprehensive approach to interior design, integrating artistic and scientific principles for creating functional spaces. These programs cater to different aspects of the field, allowing students to choose based on their specific interests and career goals.

BSc Interior Design and Decoration is a 3-year undergraduate programme. The curriculum covers arts, graphics, decoration, and drawing techniques with a detailed understanding of the History of Interior Design, Basic Design Principles, Materials and Construction Techniques, Furniture Design, Decorative Elements, etc.

To get admission to BSc Interior Design and Decoration at Cindrebay School of Design the applicant should have secured a minimum of 50% marks in their higher secondary or equivalent exam from a recognized academic board. Applicants should secure more than 85% of marks and successfully complete our Design Aptitude Test to get merit-based admission in this programme.

At Cindrebay, our BSc Interior Design & Decoration program takes a comprehensive approach during undergraduate studies. We provide students with a strong foundation in all areas of interior design. While we offer in-depth knowledge across various aspects of the field, please note that specialization opportunities typically become available at the postgraduate level. Our undergraduate program is designed to equip students with a well-rounded understanding of interior design principles and practices before they consider specialization options in their advanced studies.

Internship or practical training opportunities are included in the BSc Interior Design and Decoration program at Cindrebay School of Design. In the third year of study, during the 5th semester, students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through a full semester internship. During an internship, students will work on real projects, assist professionals, or participate in the design process under the guidance of experienced mentors. These opportunities are valuable for students to gain hands-on experience in the field and apply the theoretical knowledge they have learned in real-world settings. The internships or practical training components of the program at Cindrebay School of Design are designed to provide students with exposure to the industry, enhance their skills, and to help them develop a portfolio.