Bachelor of Science in Design - Interior Design
American University in the Emirates
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
AED 20,000 / per semester
Earliest start date
The Interior Design program aims to teach students how to analyze design factors based on understanding the project objectives, goals, and end-user requirements. The course work includes design, analysis, construction, and job administration. Students will be expected to conduct a wide range of research and on-site examination of areas selected for project work.
The primary objective of the interior design courses in the American University in the Emirates is to equip students with creative awareness, professional attitudes, imagination, and technical knowledge required for this profession. Interior Design is a multifaceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are adopted within the building to maintain and achieve an interior environment through systematic design processes and techniques. The program objectives are as follows:
- Create a wide variety of interior designs for any project from concept stage to completion.
- Develop and implement designs through a variety of new and traditional design options.
- To become able to apply effective design techniques, principles, and theories within one's work.
- Learn and apply appropriate design tools and terminology.
- Use effective visual communication when completing projects and presentations.
Students will be studying under the direction of experienced architects, engineers, and tutors. Students will work towards projects in both commercial and residential interiors, developing a sense of how people function inside and outside these spaces. They will develop a range of live projects with themes including leisure and public interior spaces.
The American University in the Emirates is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Education
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