CLOTHING TEXTILES & INTERIOR DESIGN (CTID)
The Department of Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design (CTID), formerly known as the Department of Clothing, Textiles and Related Arts (CTRA), started off as one of the four departments established under the College of Home Economics (CHE) in 1961. The CTID Department is involved in instruction, research and extension. Likewise, its academic programs center on the basic needs of families, specifically on clothing and interior space.
Bachelor of Science in Clothing Technology (BSCT)
BSCT offers courses in clothing design, production, merchandising and research. It is strengthened by 12 units of practicum in the clothing industry. It prepares student to systematically apply the basic concepts, principles and techniques of industrial technology, management and design into the different aspects of clothing production, distribution and consumption. The program aims to meet the needs of individuals, families and institutions as it addresses the aesthetic, social, cultural, economic, managerial and environmental concerns in clothing.
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BSID)
BSID is a joint program of the CHE and the College of Architecture. It provides a broad general education and specialization in interior design. It includes courses in design, history of art, furniture construction, soft furnishings, aesthetic, socio-economic, cultural and environmental aspects of daily living in shaping and treating space to meet the needs of individuals, families and institutions.
Master of Interior Design (MID)
MID is designed to upgrade the competencies in the teaching of Interior Design at the tertiary level. Being the only master’s degree in interior design in the country, it likewise provides advanced training in interior design for practitioners in terms of strengthening their skills in research and creative work. Specifically, it includes courses in theory of interior design, interior design education, interior design technology, environmental concerns in interior design, interior design and Philippines society and culture, current issues in interior design and comparative interior design.