The Undergraduate Degree in Design Interior Design at IED Madrid is a study program that introduces and prepares students in designing physical spaces. Students in this program learn the basics of designing interior and exterior spaces for functionality and aesthetics, among other aspects. This program is specifically for students with an interest in expressing emotions and aesthetics through the design of spaces. Career projections include exhibition designers, decorators, house renovation designers, and commercial designers (hotels, showrooms, etc)..
The Master of Interior Design program at IED Madrid is a study program that enables students with specialized learning for careers in interior design. Students in this program learn how to master the technical skills necessary to create and manage interior design projects for professional and commercial use. Studied subjects include interior types, construction elements, brand interpretation, design choice and project management. This program is specifically for students with an interest in managing interior design projects for commercial brands/use. Career projections include interior designer, facility management for a luxury brand, or creative director.
The Blended Master in Interior Design program at IED Madrid is a study program that enables students with specialized learning for careers in interior design. Students in this program learn how to creatively incorporate the senses to create interior design projects that go beyond conceptualizing design elements. Studied subjects include materials, furniture, lighting, and texture. This program is specifically for students with an interest in taking their existing interior design knowledge and experience and thinking of new ways to manipulate a space. Career projections include interior designer, special events designer, or creative director.
Interior design transforms and enhances society. At Suffolk University, interior design students will gain the knowhow and skills to influence the way people live, work and play. Originality, creative problem solving, safeguarding of natural resources, consideration of building codes and laws and awareness of human behaviour all play their part in the work of an interior designer.
As a Bachelor of Fine Arts major in interior design, students will cultivate a thorough knowledge of history, communication and design skills, design theory, ecological and socially-conscious design, lighting and furniture design and code obedience. Students will become fluent in two- and three-dimension design software and computer hardware, both essential tools for the modern designer.
Bircham University’s Interior Design program studies the devising and the technical as well as the ornamental elements required to design the interiors of homes and commercial buildings. The program emphasises on individual homes, offices and commercial spaces such as bars, hotels, banks, public restrooms etc. The Interior Design program describes the furniture that are best matched to a given space and the dispersal of closets and bathrooms. Furthermore, the program covers the construction features of floors, stairs, fireplaces, walls, lighting, kitchens and woodwork. It also covers other decorative components such as the use of colour theory, window treatments, inside plants, audio-visual systems, security, elevators, indoors sports areas etc.
Subjects covered on this course include: Interior Design, Interior Design Resources & Materials, Construction Materials & Assemblies, Decorative Elements, Architectural Design, Planting & Recreational Design, Ergonomics, Residential Design and Commercial Spaces. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Interior Design program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.