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BA (Hons) Interior Design

Liverpool John Moores University’s BA (Hons) Interior Design degree programme at SLIIT School of Architecture provides students to work on authentic architectural projects with input from practicing architects and interior design specialists in a dynamic studio environment with industry-standard technical facilities. This program emphasizes creative inspiration and philosophical interpretation of broader issues, resulting in complex design projects.

the interior design modules are formulated to help students to develop the sensitivity as a designer to respond to creative adaptation, repurposing, remodeling, restyling, and refitting of new and existing buildings and spaces when designing and to instill the skills required to use of a range of communication mediums to convey design ideas including drawings, models, and graphics. Subject knowledge is primarily gained through studio environments that are seamlessly briefed by lectures, tutorials, and workshops.

Recognized by the University Grants Commission under the Universities Act

Member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities

Member International Association of Universities (IAU)

Study method


Study mode

On-campus / Hybrid


January / September


03 years

Entry Criteria

Minimum 3 “S” passes in G.C.E A/L (Sri Lanka) or a minimum 3 ”D” passes in G.C.E A/L Cambridge or Edexcel in any subject stream in one and the same sitting AND a compulsory “C” pass for English at the GCE Ordinary Level (Sri Lanka / Edexcel / Cambridge) and a pass in the Aptitude Test conducted by SLIIT.

A key ambition is to create graduates with artistic flair who are technically skilled and grounded in the demand of the profession further adept of resolving problems with creative originality. As an aim to develop graduate skills and knowledge such that the student become an autonomous thinker who can analyze, visualizing and testing potential solutions to increasingly complex social, spatial, and technical issues including knowledge on construction materials, skills on application of fundamentals into solutions derived for broader issues within an increasingly holistic global scenario.

Career Prospects

Interior and spatial designers, exhibition designers, production designers, theatre/TV/film and visual merchandisers are just a few of the careers directly related to your degree. Any business that produces areas for people to live, shop, or work is a potential employer for interior designers. This includes companies that provide a wide range of design services to retailers, such as architectural firms and construction companies, interior design firms, visual merchandising departments, exhibition centers, and film/TV/theater production companies.

You might work for an internal company or a consultancy that offers services to a variety of external clients. Freelance work is fairly common, but there are also permanent, full-time jobs

Code Module
4511DSRI History & Theory 1
4521DSRI Architectural Evaluation
4522DSRI Architectural Design1
4523DSRI Architectural Design 2 - Origination
4524DSRI Architectural Design 2 – Resolution
4531DSRI Technology & Practice 1
Code Module
5511DSRI History & Theory 2
5521DSRI Creative Adaptation - Origination
5522DSRI Creative Adaptation - Resolution
5523DSRI Experimental Design - Origination
5524DSRI Experimental Design - Resolution
5531DSRI Technology & Practice 2
Code Module
6511DSRI CDP Research
6521DSRI Interior Design - Origination
6522DSRI Interior Design - Resolution
6523DSRI Comprehensive Design Project
6531DSRI Technology & Practice 3

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