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M.Sc ( Interior Technology Design )

Course

M.Sc. in Interior Design is a 2-year full-time post-graduate course divided into 4 semesters. The study defines and develops the essential concepts of interior design in order to:

  • explore the relationship between the user and the space around students.
  • understand the space that has evolved along with new trends and lifestyles.
  • propose a research process that materialises into projects on the various kinds of spaces.
  • experiment with a range of spaces which are residential.

Make such spaces viable in terms of:

  • open approach
  • commercial value
  • multi-usage
  • ephemerality
  • exhibition, etc.

Students enrolled to the course are imparted advanced learning in:

  • interior design environment.
  • analysing, investigating, and examining designs of architecture, construction, art, other types of projects involving spaces.
  • sensory experience in the spatial game.
  • sensitive use of light, paths, transparency, rhythm and the tectonic condition of the materials.
  • operation of design studios.
  • direction of activities, artistic coordination, and artistic direction.
  • designing in the hotel trade
  • reclaiming and repurposing unused industrial and service areas.
  • specialty areas, including sustainability, lighting, kitchen and bath, and universal design.
  • exploring interior design programs around the world.
  • Implementing context-based design.
  • employing viable technical design solutions.
  • assessing priorities of a space-based program.
  • project budget control.

Eligibility for M.Sc. in Interior Design

Candidates aspiring for admission to the course are required to fulfill the following minimum eligibility criteria.

  • Graduation completed from a recognized educational Board.
  • Preferably, graduation needs to have been completed in any of:

Apparel Technology

Applied Arts and Crafts

Garment Technology

Textile Technology

Fashion Technology

Textile Processing.

  • A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the level of graduation.
  • Candidates appearing for their final graduation-level examination are also eligible to apply for the course on provisional basis.

M.Sc. in Interior Design: What is it About?

Postgraduate interior design programs are intended to help students:

  • grow professionally and culturally.
  • learn how to interpret the expansive fields of interior and exterior design.
  • grasp the technical, functional, aesthetic and technological aspects of space.
  • understand how that space connects to the user and the overall purpose of the room.  
  • understand how to design more spaces, such as auditoriums, exhibitions, universities, and hospitals.

M.Sc. in Interior Design: Career Prospects

Successful postgraduates of the course can find gainful employment opportunities such as:

  • Design studios
  • Interior design firms
  • Private design studios
  • PWDs
  • Government sector jobs
  • Municipal Corporations
  • Town Planning Departments.
  • Private consultancy services.
  • Interior decoration and utility product outlets.
  • Interior design products marketing, such as decorative items, furniture, utility products, etc.

Interior designers are responsible for:

  • working closely with architects, builders, structural engineers, mechanical engineers.
  • determining how interior spaces look, function, and are furnished.
  • reading blueprints and executing them.
  • understanding building codes and inspection regulations.
  • using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software for the majority of their drawings.
  • providing design services to help customers choose materials and furnishings
  • producing plans, designs, and drawings for construction and installation.
  • developing varied designs such as floor plans, electrical layouts, according to building permits.
  • drafting sketches or construction documents, and with schedules and attachments.
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