Interior designers are able to use their skills to design space and effects range from making a client’s home comfortable to transporting people into another space and era with periodic décor. Professional interior designers are able to draw floor plans, render their ideas in 3D, and make on-the-spot sketches to present their ideas.
Students pursuing their Bachelor of Interior Design will be familiarised with the working life of field professionals through simulated projects and assignments. Lessons will build basics in drawing and design theories. So students will be able to create digital artwork of blueprints, floor plans, and other necessary computer-generated imagery.
Graduates will be able to visualise the potential of décor in various spaces, and also know how best to enhance aesthetic and functional elements in the room by playing with lighting, furniture, and other materials.
Architectural Drawing & Digital Interiors
Computing Modelling and Technology
Computing for Design
Design Studio Commercial
Design Studio Exhibition
Design Studio Residential
Design Studio Retail
Drawing for Designers
History of Design: Past & Present
Law for the Creative Industries
Major Studio Project I
Major Studio Project II
Major Studio Project III
Material and Technology
Public Space Design
(Choose TWO from the following)
Design & Marketing
Morality and Design
Compulsory Modules (MPU)
International students only
Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (Malay Language Communication 2)
Pengajian Malaysia (Malaysian Studies)
Pemikiran Kreatif (Creative Thinking)
Inovasi Malaysia (Malaysian Innovation)
Khidmat Masyarakat (Community Service)
Malaysian students only
Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
Bahasa Kebangsaan A atau Pemikiran Kreatif
Residential Interior Designer, Office Interior Designer, Commercial Interior Designer, Exhibition Designer, Retail Interior Designer, Property Management and Maintenance, Architectural Interior Designer, Theatre and Dramatic Arts Designer, Hospitality Interior Designer, Public Space Designer.