Department

Faculty of Design & Built Environment 

Study Mode

Full time

Benefits

The programme renowned for developing creative and knowledgeable graduates; armed with skills and ability to embark on careers as professional interior architects.

Entry Requirements

Foundation in Art & Design or UEC (art & design stream) or equivalent qualifications or STPM / A-Levels / Diploma in relevant studies with appropriate art portfolio will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Intakes

August (Year 1), September (Year 2 & 3)

Open Day

March (4 weeks), June (3rd week), December (first 3 weeks)

Course Overview

  • Understand the role of design and the designer within a professional context. 
  • Have a theoretical and critical perspective of design within its cultural, social, political and economic context. 
  • Are able to align the design and development of interior spaces with the architectural context and building envelope. 
  • Understand structural, technical and material considerations at an appropriate level.
  • Design interior spaces in a rational, sensitive and articulate manner that contributes to the creation of a physical framework for a fair, equitable and sustainable society.
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