What Kind Of Education Do Interior Designers Need?

Shahram Warsi
Shahram Warsi Jul 16 2018 - 2 min read
What Kind Of Education Do Interior Designers Need?
Blend of art and creativity, Designing makes a place look pleasant to the eyes.

Since ancient times, Nomads used to design their caves, keeping the various aspects like the sun, wind, etc in mind. With evolution, humans started to color and design buildings. Since the last few years, the trend of making the best out of their place gave birth to interior designing.  

Indian design industry had humble beginnings, but it is thriving recently. Being one of the foremost countries to have adopted a National Design Policy, the design industry in India is aiming at the skies. Moving ahead at a new pace, it is now well equipped to contribute significantly in technology, business, communications, media & entertainment, etc.

For achieving a right environment at a right place, there are different kinds of interior designing to follow:


Programs in interior designing are available at different levels from certificate to master’s degree. As most jobs require a minimum bachelor’s degree, bachelors and master’s degree are considered as a professional degree in India. Such degrees provide the best foundation for a career, according to the Foundation of Interior Design Education. Satisfying the requirements for professional certification, these programs structure you to be the best in the industry.

Bachelors programs

Generally requiring four years, the program combines both theoretical and practical instruction. The classes include art and architectural history, theories and principles of designs, for building construction and designing materials. Practical classes are expected to play a vital role, enhancing the skills of young designers.

Masters programs

Master’s degree is meant to provide advanced training to graduates of bachelors programs in design and molds a student for a professional journey. Involving major practical education, the program offers various skills and interaction with industry people, exposing youngsters to the real industry. Including topics like construction, lighting design, computer-aided design, etc, students are made to choose either a thesis or an exhibition as a final project.


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