This program at GU develops knowledge and self-learning skills which in turn develop learners’ minds and abilities to create and innovate. The program also provides learners with the skills and abilities necessary for self-employment to create jobs rather than hunt them.
To graduate this program, you need to study the following credit hours:
University Requirements: 20 Credit Hours.
General Field Requirements: (6-11) Credit Hours.
General Specialty Requirements: (109-125) Credit Hours.
Total: (140 -144) = 142 Credit Hours.
Graduates of this program will possess the following learning outcomes:
Provide academic preparation for the professional interior designer according to the international standards.
Help students understand the history of Interior Architecture from a global and local perspective.
Have a basic knowledge of integrated building systems, with a focus on lighting and information technology.
Gain a high-level experience in visual design media, including graphic design, digital representation and various design techniques.
Learn about human behavior in an interior that could affect durability, and sustainability.
Acquire knowledge and technical ability to identify and use materials in the design based on their characteristics, their performance and their beauty.
Prepare students to lead international design in a culturally diverse, economically and rapidly growing profession.
Career options include commercial and residential interior design, adaptive re-use design, interactive and responsive environment design, museum and exhibition design, production design for film and television, theater and performance design, and visual and spatial branding.
Our Bachelor of Interior Architecture degree program can prepare you for the following careers: