The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BS-ID) program at SoFA Design Institute provides a challenging course of study for students preparing themselves for a professional career in this field. The program emphasizes conceptual and critical thinking in spatial design, taking into consideration all aspects of space making - proportion, form and configuration, scale, texture, light, materials, and color. All of these elements are then composed in relation to the human body.
The program is aimed for students who want to work as professional interior designers. The program is accredited and is in full compliance with CHED regulations. Graduates are eligible to take the annual licensure examination for interior designers as regulated by the Professional Regulation Commission.
Design Studio 1: Introduction to Interior Design
Theory of Design
Visual Techniques 1
History of Interior Design 1
Physical Education 1
National Service Training Program 1
Design Studio 2: Residential Design
Visual Techniques 2
History of Interior Design 2
Life and Works of Rizal
Physical Education 2
National Service Training Program 2
Design Studio 3: Commercial and Corporate Design
History of Philippine Interior Design
Sining ng Komunikasyon
Physical Education 3
Design Studio 4: Hospitality Design
Materials and Resources 1
Politics and Governance
Physical Education 4
Design Studio 5: Theater and Exhibit Design
Furniture Design 1
Material and Resources 2
Interior Construction and Detailing
Elective 1: Basic CAD
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Philosophy
Design Studio 6: Institutional Design
Furniture Design 2
Materials of Building Construction
Elective 2: Intermediate CAD
Physics for Non-Practitioners
Design Studio 7: Thesis in Interior Design
Research Methods Applied to Interior Design
Professional Practice and Ethics in Interior Design
Elective 3: Advanced CAD
Design Studio 8: Interior Design Exhibit
Business Management in Interior Design
The content of the course is focused on spurring creativity and capacity for conceptual thinking to help provide solutions through critical thinking, design exploration, and implementation of creative ideas.
Graduates of this course can become licensed interior designers. They can work at an established firm or create their own interior design practice for residential, commercial, corporate, hospitality and institutional projects.
Approximately PhP 95,500 to PhP 116,200 per semester - based on the prescribed curriculum and course load.
The program spans to 8 semesters.