with specialization in Interior and Spatial Design

  • Course Level

    Course Level

  • Course Fee

    Course Fee
    INR 3,25,000
    US $ 5,000

  • Duration

    4 Years

  • Scholarship


School of Design at Manav Rachna offers higher education program in

Bachelor of Design with specializations (in any one)

  • Communication Design
  • Interior & Spatial Design
  • Product Design
  • Fashion Design

A Bachelor of Design (B. Des) 4-year course is an undergraduate program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of design theory, techniques, and methodologies. The course is typically designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a variety of design-related careers.

The program typically includes a mix of coursework, design projects, and practical experience, with a focus on developing skills in areas such as:

  • Design fundamentals, including color theory, composition, and typography
  • Design research and analysis
  • Digital design tools and software. (Digital and analogue methodologies are amalgamated)
  • User experience (UX) design
  • User interface (UI) design
  • Design thinking and innovation
  • Visual communication and branding
  • Pattern making
  • Design history and theory
  • Material exploration and experimentation
  • Sustainable design principles
  • Resource management, Scheduling, and Project Management

Throughout the program, students may have the opportunity to work on design projects for real-world clients, participate in internships or co-op programs, and build a portfolio of work to showcase their skills to potential employers.

Upon completion of a B.Des program, graduates may pursue careers in a wide range of industries, including advertising, graphic design, web design, Communication design, interior design, among others. Alternatively, some graduates may choose to pursue further education, such as a Master of Design (M. Design) program, to further specialize in a particular area of design.


Career Path

The interior design industry offers a variety of career opportunities for individuals with creative talent and a passion for design. Some of the most common roles in the industry include:

  • Interior Design consultant: Designing interior spaces of homes, apartments, shops, offices, showrooms, commercial spaces, hotels, and other spaces.
  • Furniture Designer: Designing furniture pieces that complement the interior design of a space.
  • Lighting Designer: Designing lighting plans for interior spaces.
  • Project Manager: Managing interior design projects from start to finish, including budgeting, scheduling, and overseeing construction.
  • CAD Technician: Creating detailed drawings and plans using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software.
  • Materials Specialist: Selecting and sourcing materials for interior design projects.
  • Sales Representative: Selling interior design luxury products and services to clients and customers.
  • Marketing Specialist: Developing marketing strategies and campaigns for interior design products and services.

In addition to these roles, there are also opportunities for specialization in areas such as sustainable design, hospitality design, healthcare design, and set design for film, television, and theatrical productions.

BACHELOR OF DESIGN (Specialization in interior and spatial design)
  • Comprehensive curriculum: The program offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers design principles, theories, and practices along with various aspects of interior design, including space planning, material selection, furniture design, lighting design, service design, execution drawings, sustainability, and building codes.
  • Studio-based learning: The program emphasizes studio-based learning, providing students with hands-on experience in designing interior spaces. Students work on real-world projects, developing their design skills, creativity, problem-solving abilities, and attention to detail.
  • Experienced faculty: The School of Design Department has a team of experienced faculty members who bring industry knowledge and expertise to the classroom. They provide valuable guidance, mentorship, and critique to students, helping them refine their design abilities.
  • Design software proficiency: The program focuses on developing students' proficiency in design software commonly used in the industry, such as AutoCAD, SketchUp, 3Ds MAX, and Adobe Creative Suite. This equips students with the necessary technical skills to effectively communicate their design ideas.
  • Business and Communication skills: Interior designers often work with clients, contractors, architects and other professionals. The program emphasizes the development of strong communication, negotiation and project management skills. Students learn how to effectively communicate their design ideas, collaborate with multidisciplinary teams and manage design projects from start to finish.
  • Collaboration and interdisciplinary approach: The department encourages collaboration among different design disciplines, allowing students to work with peers from other design programs. This interdisciplinary approach fosters a holistic understanding of design and promotes innovative thinking.
  • Industry exposure: The program provides opportunities for industry exposure through guest lectures, workshops, site visits, and industry collaborations. Students get a chance to interact with professionals, gain insights into the industry, and understand the practical aspects of interior design.
  • Sustainable design focus: The program incorporates a focus on sustainable design principles, teaching students to create environmentally responsible and energy-efficient interior spaces. This prepares students to address the growing demand for sustainable design practices in the industry.
  • Portfolio development: The department emphasizes the development of a strong portfolio that showcases students' design skills and creativity. A well-crafted portfolio plays a vital role in securing internships and job opportunities in the interior design field.
  • Placement support: The School of Design Department offers dedicated placement assistance to interior design students, helping them connect with potential employers, participate in industry events, and explore career opportunities in interior design firms, architectural firms, real estate companies, and design consultancies.
  • Design competitions and exhibitions: The department encourages students to participate in design competitions and exhibitions, providing platforms to showcase their work, gain recognition, and network with industry professionals and peers.

Programme Outcomes (PO’s)


Design Knowledge

Applying a broad knowledge of design across a range of disciplines with in-depth knowledge in at least one area of study.


Problem Analysis

Through the application of project-based learning, incorporating critical, analytical and methodological skills relevant to the identification of problems.


Design/Development of solutions

Solve the problems identified in practical and creative ways through the application of knowledge of local and global contexts.


Conducting Investigation of Complex Design Issues

Use research-based knowledge and research methods to investigate issues so as to gain insights for design solutions.


Modern tool usage

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools including prediction and modelling to complex design solutions with an understanding of their limitations.


The Design and society

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, cultural issues and evaluating the role of design in addressing faced by local and global communities.


Environment and sustainability

Understand the impact of the professional design solutions in the environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable.



Recognize and understand the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organizations in society.


Individual and team work

Work collaboratively and productively in groups and across disciplines. Demonstrate knowledge Work collaboratively and productively in groups and across disciplines.



communicate clearly and convincingly about design, technology, practice and future contributions to expert and non-expert audiences.


Project management and finance

Comply with laws, codes and standards that impact fire safety and life safety. Produce construction drawings and documents using industry standards for a variety of designs.


Life-long learning

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage confidently in self-directed study and research.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)


Ability to demonstrate skills and use of technologies to enable production of designed outcomes appropriate to the relevant discipline


Understanding of the social, professional, historical and theoretical contexts of the appropriate discipline.


Implement and scale up skill development effort across the country and to train more number of people



  • Live projects and entrepreneurial support: The school provides resource and alumni support for students interested in entrepreneurship, fostering a culture that encourages design students to start their own ventures or freelance careers. The students while studying gets the opportunity to work on real project.
  • Alumni support and networking opportunity: Strong connections with industry professional and design firms gives students an opportunity for real-world exposure and connection. Our regular interactive sessions with alumni helps in building wide network within industry.
  • Cutting – edge curriculum: The B. Design program offers a comprehensive curriculum that is constantly updated as per industry demands. This ensure that students are industry ready on graduation.
  • Experienced faculty: The department boasts a team of experienced faculty members who have expertise in various design disciplines. They bring industry knowledge and practical insights to the classroom, providing valuable guidance and mentorship to students.
State-of-the-art Lab and facilities
  • Model making lab with laser cutting machine and 3D printer.
  • Fashion Design Lab with best sewing machines and other fashion design equipment.
  • Product design prototyping lab with CNC, Laser cutting machine, carpentry machines, 3D scanner and printers.
  • Computer labs with latest computers and software.


  • Specialized Knowledge: The program provides in-depth knowledge and practical skills in various design disciplines such as Communication, Interior and spatial design, product design and fashion design. This specialized knowledge prepares students to excel careers in their chosen design field.
  • Creative Development: The program fosters creativity and encourages students to develop their design thinking and problem-solving skills. Through project-based learning and hands-on experiences, students gain the ability to conceptualize and execute innovative design solutions.
  • Industry-Relevant Skills: Bachelor of Design programs often has a strong focus on practical skills development. Students learn to use design software, tools, and techniques that are widely used in the industry. This equips them with the necessary skills to excel in their future design careers.
  • Professional Portfolio: Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to build a strong portfolio of their design work. A well-curated portfolio showcases their abilities and becomes a valuable asset when seeking internships or job opportunities in the design industry.
  • Collaboration and Networking: Design programs often emphasize teamwork and collaboration. Students work on projects with their peers, allowing them to develop communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills. Additionally, they have the chance to connect with industry professionals, guest speakers, and alumni, which can lead to valuable networking opportunities.
  • Career Opportunities: A Bachelor of Design degree opens up a wide range of career possibilities. Graduates can pursue careers as graphic designers, web designers, Animation & VFX designers, UX/UI designers, interior designers, furniture designer, Project head, product designer and fashion designers. The demand for design professionals continues to grow across various industries, offering ample employment opportunities.
  • Entrepreneurial Pursuits: Design programs often encourage entrepreneurship and provide students with the skills and knowledge to start their own design businesses. Graduates can leverage their creativity and business acumen to establish their design studios or freelance practices.
  • Continuous Learning: Design is a constantly evolving field, and a Bachelor of Design program instils a mind-set of lifelong learning. Graduates are equipped with the ability to adapt to new design trends, technologies, and industry demands, positioning them for continued success in their careers.

Programme Structure

  • Foundation Courses: These courses lay the groundwork for the interior design program and provide students with fundamental knowledge and skills. They may include:
    • Design Fundamentals: Introduction to design principles, elements, and processes.
    • Drawing and Sketching: Developing drawing skills for design visualization and communication.
    • Color Theory: Understanding the principles of color and its application in interior design.
    • Materials and Finishes: Exploring different materials, their properties, and finishes used in interior design projects.
    • History of Furniture & Interior Design: Examining the historical development and influences of interior design styles and movements.
  • Core Interior Design Courses: These courses form the core of the interior design program and delve into various aspects of interior design. They may include:
    • Space Planning: Understanding spatial relationships, ergonomics, and functional layouts.
    • Interior Design Studio: Engaging in hands-on design projects, applying design principles, and developing design concepts.
    • Building Systems and Construction: Studying building codes, structures, and mechanical systems relevant to interior design.
    • Lighting Design: Exploring the principles of lighting design, including natural and artificial lighting techniques.
    • Furniture Design: Designing and specifying furniture pieces that complement interior spaces.
    • Environmental Psychology: Examining the psychological and social factors influencing human behavior in interior environments.
    • Sustainable Design: Learning about sustainable practices, energy-efficient design, and environmentally friendly materials.
    • Computer-Aided Design (CAD): Developing proficiency in industry-standard software for creating technical drawings and 3D visualizations.
  • MOOC and Value Added Courses: As students progress in the program, they typically have the opportunity to take specialized courses that align with their interests and career goals. Some common specialized courses in interior design may include:
    • Residential Design: Focusing on designing residential spaces, including kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and living areas.
    • Commercial Design: Exploring the design of commercial spaces such as offices, retail stores, and hospitality venues.
    • Healthcare Design: Understanding the unique requirements and considerations when designing healthcare facilities.
    • Hospitality Design: Studying the design principles and considerations for hotels, resorts, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
    • Exhibition Design: Learning about designing exhibition spaces, trade show booths, and museum displays.
    • Interior Design Presentation: Enhancing presentation skills and techniques for effectively communicating design concepts to clients.
  • Professional Practices and Internships: Many interior design programs include courses or opportunities for students to learn about professional practices in the field. This may involve studying project management, client communication, building a portfolio, and completing internships or industry placements to gain real-world experience.
  • Capstone Project: Towards the end of the program, students typically undertake a capstone project that demonstrates their knowledge, skills, and creativity. This project may involve designing and executing a comprehensive interior design project under the guidance of faculty.



The courses offered by School of Design -

Bachelor of Design – Total 90 seats in 1st year

With specializations in:-

  • Communication
  • Interior and Spatial Design
  • Product Design
  • Fashion Design

School of Design is one of the faculties of Manav Rachna International Institute of Research And Studies MRIIRS (formerly MRIU) located in “E” Block, Sector 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi- Surajkund Road, Faridabad.

We have the best faculties, infra and most importantly we practice collaborative learning. We offer industry culture in the studio/ lab work and practical subjects. Students already have started working on the commissioned work, they have fetched through their online contacts. We are promoting such activities under trends and technology criteria.

Our students are going to work/collaborate with students of computer applications for their game development subject and their UX/UI.

The curriculum /subjects more or less similar to other colleges are taught differently, with the assignments based on TECHNOLOGY , up gradation, and the global issues / social issues incorporated with the students innovative and out of the box approach.

We started the course in 2020 so our students are yet to be placed. But we, the faculties have our professional network and our experiences, through which we are going to place the students for their internships and the jobs too.

Usually we tell how our students from earlier colleges placed and how we helped them with our network.

The students can explore during the course while experiencing various media, skills sets, subjects and the opportunities to work as

  • Communication Designers: Visual designers/ux/ui designer in a game/ software companies, Art director/ visualizer/ graphic / visual designer / illustrator/ freelancer- advertising, media houses, studios, publishing houses.
  • Animation and VFX: Graphic designer, ROTO artist, compositing (comp) artist, clean plate artist (CP artist), matt painting creator, 2d and 3d motion capture artist (mocap) artist, sound recording artist, video editor, motion graphics artist, VFX artist. Animator for game development companies, media houses, e learning companies, films, advertising agencies
  • Interior Designers can work as: Space Planner, Freelance Interior Designer, Office Space Designer, Set Designer, Corporate Showroom Designer, Art Director, Furniture Designer, Wall Covering Designer, Window Treatment Specialist, Interior Design Educator, Kitchen & Bath Designer, Design Journalist, Color Consultant etc.

5 Instructions as given by the institute and authorities.

No, the course curriculum is designed in a manner that a student is introduced and trained in basics in first semester to eventually introduced to advanced and specialized techniques.

As the interior designer’s work is based on conceptual design, drawing is one of the tools to depict the ideas developed for the client’s needs & 2D & 3D drawing techniques is also taught as a part of the curriculum.

Yes, a fresher can start his/her own business as ours is a practical skill based course & we give exposure to the students in the area of entrepreneurship also.

Yes, workshops/seminars/ exhibitions are conducted, where the students get an interactive session with the industry experts. In short, all such activities are an integral part of this program.


Program Name Benefits Fees Job Prospects
B.Design with specializations in Product Design
  • Practical Skills Acquisition
  • End-to-End Product Involvement
  • Holistic Product Development
3,25,000 Annually
  • UX Designer
  • Design engineer
  • Product manager
  • Accessory designer
  • UX designer
  • Packaging designer
B.Design with specializations in Communication Design
  • Visual Mediums Focus
  • Effective Communication Tools
  • Enhancing Visual Communication
3,25,000 Annually
  • Graphic designer,
  • Brand manager
  • Packaging designer
  • Social media manager
  • Print media manager
  • Art director
  • Creative director
B.Design with specializations in Interior and Spatial Design
  • Structured Program Exposure
  • Focus on Contemporary Themes
  • Super Specialization in Diverse Spaces
3,25,000 Annually
  • Interior design consultant
  • Furniture designer
  • Lighting designer
  • Project manager
  • CAD technician
  • Exhibition designer
  • Turnkey project contractor
B.Design with specializations in Fashion Design Studies
  • Global Exposure in Fashion Design
  • Comprehensive Learning beyond Skills
  • Holistic Preparation for Label Success
3,25,000 Annually
  • Fashion designer
  • Fashion illustrator
  • Pattern maker
  • Fashion merchandiser
  • Textile designer
  • Brand manager
  • Fashion photographer

Contact Us

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Sector – 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi – Surajkund Road, Faridabad – 121004, (Haryana), India