Bachelor in Interior Design

Faculty of Arts and Design - Interior Design Department


Interior design is considered one of the areas that concern the human being and his internal and external environment and the developments that constantly occur in them to create a functional, utilitarian and aesthetic environment that satisfies the requirements of the individual and enriches his potential for a better life. And the development of society by preparing specialized cadres and competencies who are qualified and capable of leading, developing and developing our country.


  •  Keeping pace with the scientific development in the field of interior design and architecture by linking the studies program in Libya with other programs in international universities as a first stage that contributes to openness to education and training in various parts of the world.
  • Qualify those enrolled in the program and provide them with the applied skills necessary to keep pace with changes and developments in the labor market environment and production sites, and contribute to the development of the industrial sector and community development by providing technical and economic production.
  • Preparing researchers and scholars in this field, in order to contribute to highlighting, developing and introducing artistic heritage and preserving its local characteristics.
  • Achieving communication with the sectors that provide various services and contributing to the provision of services and technical advice to various agencies, ministries and community institutions.
  • Communicating with the local community, understanding and extrapolating its requirements, and meeting the needs of the labor market through the application of international standards.
  • Achieving the optimal qualification of students in the field of interior design, whether in the cognitive aspects or the applied scientific aspects that are compatible with the needs of the community in terms of researchers, consultants and practitioners of the profession.


A. Knowledge & understand

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge of the history of interior design, locally and globally, in all respects, and a critical understanding of the basic issues, principles, and the latest design theories and their historical and current applications.
  • Identify the design process with specific stages and steps and develop expertise in the technical aspects of design and planning.
  • Acquisition of knowledge of the human impact on himself, his environment, the land and the climate, and the environmental, cultural and social issues of the Libyan society.
  • Develop knowledge of the psychological and behavioral human factors related to design.
  • Knowledge of modern regulations, systems, laws and procedures in the field of interior design and interior architecture, whether local or international, knowledge of the changes that occur therein, the reasons for these changes and their future implications in the parallel labor market.
B. Mental skills
  • Sound design thinking, exchanging opinions and ideas, creativity and innovation, producing innovative ideas, formulating and developing them in more than one form, and the ability to criticize, achieve the aesthetic and practical function of the space, and employ it optimally in the field of interior design.
  • The ability to criticize and realize the aesthetic and practical function of the space and employ it in the field of interior design in an optimal manner.
  • The ability to identify a specific problem and deduce a variety of solutions to the requirements of interior design and preparatory fees for that, and address them to lead to the appropriate selection and selection process.
  • Determine the relationship between design and the nature of use and their link to costs, and activate the student's ability to mix scientific applications and theoretical studies in the field of design and interior architecture.
  • The ability to deal with different styles and patterns of design and distinguish between them.
C. Practical & professional skills
  • Providing students with the necessary expertise for everything related to the interior designs of various facilities, and finding innovative solutions to solve design problems in academic or professional contexts and addressing them scientifically and creatively. 
  • The ability to read engineering drawings, make preliminary drawings, deal with various design tools, be familiar with the basic principles of design and how to apply them, and use modern engineering devices and programs. 
  • The ability and competence in selecting suitable equipment, equipment, furniture and materials for use in implementing projects that meet the needs of the labor market, taking into account the privacy of the Libyan society and the laws that regulate work in this regard. 
  • Ability and competence in visual presentation and analysis through diagrams (plans, items, elevations and parallel drawings). 
  • The ability to use specialized programs in analysis, design, planning, making prototypes, executive drawings, cost calculations, specialized technical studies of technical and operational specifications, making feasibility studies, cost accounts, and preparing contracts in terms of drawings, bills of quantities, and specifications.
D. Generic and transferable skills
  • The ability to work together through contact and communication with the work team to solve design problems and find alternatives and solutions.
  • The use of appropriate modern technologies in the field of displaying projects and expressing ideas in interior design.
  • The ability to manage time.
  • Skill in using the methods and means of visual presentation.
  • Expressing, formulating and translating different design ideas in more than one way.

Certificate Rewarded

Bachelor's degree in Interior Design

Entry Reuirements

  •       The scientific council of the college determines the numbers of students who can be accepted in the departments of the college at the beginning of each semester, based on the report submitted to the scientific council by the head of the study and examinations office for the previous semester.
  • Students are accepted to study in the Department of Interior Design according to what was stipulated in the regulations for admission, study and examinations in the college, and according to the available capabilities and in a manner that does not conflict with the quality requirements regarding the capabilities within the institutions, and is according to the following categories:
  • 1- New students:
  • New students who have not previously studied in higher education institutions, i.e. (obtaining a secondary school certificate or its equivalent):
  • • Those who are accepted to study in the department must obtain a secondary certificate in addition to the general conditions stipulated in the regulations of study, examinations and discipline in universities and higher education institutions, as follows:
  • • To have obtained a general secondary certificate (scientific) section with an average of no less than (65%) sixty-five percent of the total grades, provided that he passes the entrance exams and determines the capabilities established in the field of specialized study that the student wishes to enroll in. within the relevant department.
  • • To be healthy enough to pursue studies in his desired major.
  • • Admission is only after passing the entrance exam, which consists of a practical and written exam and a personal interview.
  • • Students from other non-Libyan nationalities are accepted at their own expense in accordance with what is stipulated in the regulations of study, examinations and discipline, and that the applicant meets the other admission conditions, that he resides in habitual residence throughout the study period and that he pays the prescribed tuition fees in accordance with the regulations and systems in force in universities, without Violating the rules of reciprocity stipulated in the signed agreements, and the student must pass the entrance exam.
  • • The scientific department determines at the beginning of each semester specialized committees to conduct entrance exams, provided that its members are not less than three members of the teaching staff.
  • 2- Transfer students:
  • Students who have previously studied at a higher education institution, where the college may, after the approval of the relevant department, accept transfer students from other recognized universities, within the limits of the capabilities available to the departments, according to the following conditions:
  • • The student should not have been dismissed from the university from which he was transferred for scientific or disciplinary reasons.
  • • The student wishing to transfer must submit the required documents approved by the competent authorities, provided that they contain the courses he has previously studied, and the vocabulary of these courses at least one month before the start of the semester.
  • • The authority to accept some or all of the general subjects courses and specialized courses that the student has previously studied is for the college and for the concerned department, provided that the courses that are equivalent to the student do not exceed half of the courses necessary for graduation in the concerned department that he joins according to what is stipulated in the regulations of admission, study and examinations in the college.
  • • The transfer student is required to study the courses that were not accepted in accordance with the academic program proposed by the concerned department.
  • • The student's general average in his undergraduate studies in the college he is transferring from must not be less than 50%.
  • • The student's GPA is calculated upon graduation based on the number of units and courses completed in the college.
  • • A specialized committee is formed in each department to equalize the academic courses of the transferred students, and it has to broadcast these requests within no more than two weeks from the date of their referral to the concerned department, and the student is not considered an actual transfer unless all the required procedures are completed.
  • 3- Completion request:
  • • Students who have obtained a higher qualification (high diploma) and wish to complete university studies, as the department may accept outstanding students from graduates of higher institutes in the field of interior design only, provided that the student’s general average is not less than excellent, and the number of admissions is determined according to the capabilities of the department, and the subjects he studied are calculated A former student, i.e. (a number of remedial courses are added that qualify him to obtain a university degree in his major), provided that he does not change his major.

Study Plan

The Bachelor in Interior Design prepares students to qualify for Bachelor in Interior Design . The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.

It comprises 8 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 136 units, which include 24 units of general subjects, and 90 major units, 2 of elective units. In addition to a final project in the student's major.

Study plan for this program is shown below:

1st Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
GS101A Mathematics 02 University requirement +

The course deals with a general study of groups and inequalities - relations and functions - limits - continuity - continuity - some theories of continuity - differentiation (derivation) - applications (incremental and decreasing functions - Rolle's theory - the theory of average value - maximum and minimum limits - concavity and convexity inflection points - drawing curves) .

GS121A Arabic Language 1 02 University requirement +

This course aims to know the characteristics of the Arabic language, its importance, and its use in public life. It also aims to enable students to know the composition of speech, such as a noun, verb, letter, indefiniteness, knowledge, construction, and syntax, in addition to studying some spelling rules by focusing on and paying attention to them.

GS122A General Psychology 02 University requirement +

The course deals with the emergence and development of psychology - schools of psychology - the theory of primary and secondary motives, branches and fields of psychology - psychology and society - industrial psychology - psychology and art - cognition.

GS123A English Language 02 University requirement +

English Language Skills is an elementary course aimed at non-English major students. It integrates the teaching of language (grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation) with the teaching of language skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing).The up-to-date listening and reading topics of international interest aim to motivate the learnerswhile the structured speaking and writing tasks emphasize communication and enhance active learning and study skills.

IND101 Engineering Drawing 03 Compulsory +

The course deals with the principles of engineering drawing, its tools and terminology, lines, engineering operations, projection operations, binoculars, overlay shapes, sectors, methods of preparing drawings for interior design projects, and understanding what is known of them.

IND102 Freehand Drawing 02 Compulsory +

The course deals with training the student to master the skills of freehand drawing and manual photography and how to deal with lines, by doing drawing exercises with free hand, and transferring space to a flat drawing and representation of flats and solids, learning how to accomplish different drawings by drawing scenes of visual reality, models and various architectural elements fluently and freely from Through simulation and imitation, the expression of the nature of materials and forms.Studying the effect of light on the different configurations of the surfaces that make up the bodies, the gradation in shading to translate the shadow and lighting with the presence of a light source to embody the shapes, training the eye on distances and the perception of proportions, and the relationships of volumetric shapes in terms of the level of view and the spatial dimension, and the identification of perspective proportions and schematic drawings.

IND103 Basic Design 03 Compulsory +

In this course, the student will be introduced to the elements of design (point, line, shape,...etc.) and he will also be aware of the different principles and values of design (balance, rhythm, unity,...etc). It recognizes the value of the structural unit of shapes in the design module. The course is also interested in developing the skills of simplification, abstraction, and modification of natural and unnatural shapes through analyzing their plastic construction and linking these values and applying them to interior design. The student also gets acquainted with the components of space, its types, and sources of ideas in design.

2nd Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
CL227A Descriptive statistics 02 General +

The course deals with the importance of statistics, its role in society and its relationship with other sciences, and knowledge of the different methods and methods of collecting, summarizing, presenting and describing data in a good way, so that it clearly highlights the evidence of the various statistics and data. As well as studying the most important advanced statistical methods related to data analysis and how to use them in applied research.

IND208 Photography 02 Compulsory +

The course deals with providing a theoretical base on the characteristics, foundations and systems of photography, types of photographic machines and their parts, and their mechanism of action, and the importance of images for being effective means of communication - it also deals with methods of photography and photographic presentation, photography, printing and enlargement, studying cameras, lenses, types of films, optical filters, devices and materials for display, fixation, magnifier and its components, and the installation of display and fixation solutions.

IND207 Computer programs 02 Compulsory +

The course includes an explanation and application of everything related to operating a computer, dealing with the Windows operating system, and identifying its associated programs and operating methods. This course also contains an explanation of the use of (Office) programs (Word - Excel - Power Point). In this course, students learn how to use devices attached to computers, including printers and projectors.

IND205 Architectural Drawing 03 Compulsory IND101 +

This course represents the basic entrance to later design lessons. This course aims to introduce the student to architectural expression methods, characteristics and general features of each point, line, shape and surface, as well as identifying the tools used in drawing and methods of architectural display and output so that he is able to express his ideas in a correct architectural manner.

IND204 General Perspective I 03 Compulsory IND101 +

This course deals with introducing the student to the method of drawing three-dimensional scenes from reality on a flat surface with two dimensions at a specific drawing scale (miniature or enlarged). industrial.

GS225A Arabic Language 2 02 General GS121A +

The course deals with the rules of Arabic writing from an applied point of view, such as the letters that are omitted from the writing and in which it is added, and the words that connect with others when writing. Among the common clerical errors, and how to correct them, in addition to dealing with practical steps in writing the article, report, clearance, administrative message, minutes and CV.

3rd Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
IND315 History of Art 1 02 Compulsory +

The course explains art in general, and visual arts in the Middle Ages in particular, from the end of ancient civilizations to the beginning of the modern era, with a focus on forming cultural experiences in the fields of architecture, sculpture, photography and visuals related to various arts.It also deals with the importance of art in human life and the methods that led to its emergence (primitive arts). Identifying the multiple artistic patterns, methods and trends and the factors influencing them, which help the student to have a sound knowledge of the developments of specialization and the civilizational achievements that have been achieved in the field of architecture and the development of furniture based on the historical study and the analytical theory of ancient civilizations.

IND312 Computer-Applications 1 02 Compulsory IND205 +

This course aims to move the student from the stages of traditional manual drawing to the stage of using modern technology represented in drawing using computer programs. During this course, the student learns drawing using the Auto-CAD program, and using 2D Drawing commands, such as drawing horizontal plans, interfaces, and sectors.

IND314 Perspective 2 03 Compulsory IND204 +

This course introduces the student to the basics of perspective drawing, its types, and the various cases of its most important applications in the field of specialization.The student is trained on perspective theories and their applications, reflection, composition rules, processors, and output. The method of drawing three-dimensional scenes from reality on a flat surface with two dimensions at a specific drawing scale (miniature or enlarged), and the method of drawing different projections of perspective and drawing architectural shapes from inside and outside with shadows and lighting formed from rays falling from a natural and artificial light source.

IND313 Basics of interior design 04 Compulsory IND103 IND205 +

This course represents the first step that the student takes in the world of interior design. Where he gets to know the basics of design by getting acquainted with the nature of interior design and its importance as a science that serves people in all fields. The student also studies the stages of the design process, starting with the concept and idea, passing through the initial drawings, and ending with the embodiment of the work. Also, during this course, the student will be introduced to the elements of interior design and the types of interior spaces.

IND311 Technology of Materials 1 02 Compulsory IND205 +

The course deals with the types of interior design materials, their methods of employment and techniques, and they include all types of wood, metal, stone, marble, glass, etc., in addition to constructions, partitions, and interior architectural structures, in addition to the mechanical, physical, thermal, sound, and light properties of these materials...etc., which are used in the design and finishing of internal spaces and how to place them. In its correct place, and he also learns how to deal with this material in terms of its operation in the determinants of the interior architecture.

IND310 Presentation Techniques 03 Compulsory IND205 +

IND309 Terms of specialization 02 Compulsory GS123A +

During this course, the student studies and gets acquainted with the most important English terms related to the interior design discipline. The course includes a wide range of technical terms for the interior design specialization in the English language, which represent most of the most used words by the interior designer during the study stage or during his future career.

4th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
IND420 Illumination & Acoustics 02 Compulsory +

This course includes comprehensive knowledge of everything related to lighting techniques and methods of using them in the interior spaces of buildings. Where the student learns about the task of light and its great importance in the success of the design within the space, and learns about the types of lighting (natural lighting - artificial lighting) and studies each type extensively so that he can benefit from knowing the methods of supplying light, means of controlling it, and methods of calculating the appropriate amount of light for each void.

IND421 Decorative design 02 Compulsory +

The course is concerned with defining the decorative arts and their different Islamic and local applications, and their multiple aesthetics and their use in the field of interior design.

IND419 Interior design studio I 04 Compulsory IND313 +

The course deals with providing students with the knowledge and skills of designing interior spaces for residential projects, analyzing movement paths and functional relationships, studying users, distributing furniture and housing equipment according to available data, choosing materials, colors, raw materials and lighting that suit the different designs of small residential spaces through making interior designs for integrated residential applied projects.

IND418 History of Interior design 02 Compulsory IND315 +

This course aims at introducing the student to the history of the development of the art and science of interior design through the different eras, where the focus is on certain stages and eras, especially in which the art of architecture flourished beginning with the ancient era, which is represented by the civilization of the Mesopotamia and the civilization of the Nile Valley, moving to the Middle Ages and The advanced eras until reaching the schools of contemporary modern art. In it, the student learns to differentiate between the different styles while building knowledge that enables him to benefit from the past legacy when delving into the design.

IND417 Industry Design 03 Compulsory IND103 +

The course deals with the foundations, methods, systems, aesthetic and functional values of design in general, and the basics and strategies of industrial design in solving problems facing users in particular, in order to establish industrial drawing and design techniques in a broader practical way.

IND416 Interior Design Models 1 03 Compulsory IND205 +

Identifying the areas and characteristics of stereoscopic formation, its methods and techniques, and the necessary tools and materials associated with it, supporting the various drawing scales, the different drawing scales, and the proper operation of the main materials and tools used when making the models.As well as the practical uses of cutting raw materials, modifying and converting them to create suitable models, and use cutting and gluing tools for figures, drawing designs and diagrams, and adjusting its scale.

5th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
IND522 Theories of Design & Architecture 02 Compulsory +

Studying the philosophies and trends that shaped the different architectural movements throughout the ages and the reasons for their differences through their definition of architecture on the one hand and their influence on the prevailing thought on the other hand, with a focus on the development of architecture and design since the Industrial Revolution to the present day.The course also includes identification of political, economic and social changes and their impact on architectural ideas, trends, theories, design movements and their pioneers in that period, and an analysis of their outcomes. We also study issues of architectural beauty and cultural critical studies, in addition to architectural and applied aspects.

IND523 Interior design studio II 04 Compulsory IND101 +

This course contains all the theoretical and practical requirements related to the interior design of commercial facilities. During his study of this course, the student learns everything related to providing an internal environment in which all the functional and aesthetic needs required to activate commercial activities inside buildings are available according to the approved design standards and principles. The student works on completing various commercial spaces during his study of the course.

IND524 Environmental control 02 Compulsory +

This course deals with the study of the concept of environmental control and its objectives, the identification of the environment and its types, the geographical division of environments, especially the local environment, the concept of sustainability in design and architecture and how to achieve it in interior design, as well as the study of the internal environment systems of buildings with a focus on the requirements of interior space and landscapes and their role in design Interacting with the environment, as well as studying the movement of the sun, air, wind, and the foundations of natural ventilation and adapting to it. In addition to sound control in the interior space, noise treatment, local environmental requirements, and how they are taken into account in interior design.

IND525 History of Art 2 02 Compulsory IND315 +

The course covers post-ancient civilizations starting from the Middle Ages. It also deals with the emergence and development of Islamic arts and the foundations upon which artistic work in Islamic architecture, photography and other applied arts and styles that appeared during this period were relied on. It also deals with the most important artistic, architectural and interior developments in the classical and modern eras. Modern and contemporary in Europe and America.

IND526 Perspective and shadow III 03 Compulsory IND314 +

Teaching the student the perspective in its various forms and how to project shadows to help in the process of architectural rendering, with the study of the theory of rendering for flat lines and solids and its application on facades, and clarifying the basic rules for creating shadows resulting from direct and indirect external lighting, also treating surfaces with shadows and xenometric perspective and applying different vanishing points.

IND527 Furniture Design 03 Compulsory IND101 IND417 +

The course introduces the basic concepts and scientific bases in furniture design, and distinguishes between raw materials, materials, and media used for cladding furniture pieces, including identifying the most important environmentally friendly materials with the development of creative systems in furniture design by creating original, contemporary and aesthetic designs that keep pace with the era of globalization using artistic methods. And the technique in the executive drawing of furniture design panels according to human body measurements.

IND528 Technology of Materials 2 02 Compulsory IND311 +

The course introduces modern architectural and interior design materials and materials, follows up the technological development that occurs in their use, defines the advantages, specifications, and characteristics of each material and its defects, as well as the natural and physical properties of the various materials used in the design and finishing of interior spaces, the standard dimensions of those materials, methods of their employment and techniques, and providing the student with the skill of choosing and placing the material. In its correct place within the internal architectural space and its relationship to the neighboring materials in a way that suits the aspects of the uses of each raw material, and the most important modern internal methods and treatments in which these materials are used, and familiarity with the common scientific and commercial name of each raw material to facilitate the process of identifying it.إ

6th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
IND631 Landscape 03 Compulsory IND523 +

The course deals with the history of the development of gardens in civilizations, the most important design principles, specifications, and basic styles for landscaping, knowing the uses of water, external lighting techniques for gardens and squares, sound, views and levels, floors, stairs, external walls, choosing furniture and external effects, choosing the color and materials suitable for external use, in addition to how to prepare special drawings from Through applications for the project of coordinating the external space of a specific site, as well as introducing the natural effects on the site environment, the characteristics of site preparation, methods of formation and grading, the technical means used in that, the most important types of plants and trees suitable for our local and regional environment, the basis for their selection, and the best ways to employ them aesthetically and utilitarianly properly, in addition to efficiency in reading Icons and graphics for this type of project.

IND632 Design Workshop 04 Compulsory IND528 +

The course deals with introducing the student to machines, tools and various raw materials in the workshops and using them efficiently and correctly by training students to carry out executive business applications that fall within the scope of interior design and the completion of some necessary utilitarian and aesthetic models such as pieces of furniture, interior design supplements and various interior elements and the stages of work in them from the start of work Until its completion, in addition to enabling the student to read the executive plans of the artifacts, use symbols and measurements, and convert these plans from drawings on paper to three-dimensional models with their natural measurements.

IND633 Internal Accessory 02 Compulsory +

This course aims to introduce students to the different types of interior supplements and their importance as an important element of interior design. Where the student learns the correct methods for choosing complementary pieces according to the standards used and related to how to link the privacy of the place and the style used in its design, as well as the methods of choosing or designing complementary pieces that are an integral part of the design and give the final touches that complement the beauty of the interior space.

CL427A Aesthetics and criticism 02 General +

The course aims to introduce students to the sense of beauty and its connection to design and architecture as a visual art rooted in the depths of the human psyche. And identify it through the interest of philosophers, artists, psychologists, mathematicians and naturalists. And revealing the origin of beauty and the reasons for feeling and feeling it among designers, as well as everyone who practices visual arts. The course also includes introducing the most important theories and methods of criticism.

IND630 Interior design studio III 04 Compulsory IND523 +

The course deals with the study of the interior design of multi-storey residential facilities, in terms of function, ease of movement, distribution of furniture, architectural elements, lighting, aesthetic complements and their relationships with each other and with the external environment and the formation pattern. his design ideas.

IND629 Computer-Applications 2 02 Compulsory IND312 +

This course includes an extension of the knowledge gained by the student in the field of drawing using engineering programs, where the student moves from drawing in two dimensions, length and width, to using the third dimension, and anthropomorphizing blocks and internal spaces. The student uses one of the engineering programs (Sketch-Up, for example) or an equivalent program determined by the course supervisor. During the study of this course, the student acquires the skill and ability to produce designs in three dimensions and in the form closest to what they will be in reality.

7th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
IND734 Project Management 02 Compulsory +

Identifying the new methods of practicing the profession that are compatible with the modern thought in designing non-traditional interior spaces in order to reach criteria for inventorying and estimating the materials suitable for the new interior spaces with numerical coordinates and time plans for implementation.

IND735 Seminar 02 Compulsory IND632 +

The course deals with the discussion and study of projects and research in the field of interior design, by following up the analysis and presentation of projects for students in the field of specialization in seminars chosen and presented by the student under the supervision of the professor of the subject, in addition to identifying the steps of proper thinking when choosing the subject of projects starting from how to formulate the title of the project and its importance for specialization to Defining the problem, collecting and analyzing the information and data required to reach the results, recognizing the importance of the concept in design and its importance in completing a project characterized by originality, innovation and innovation, discussing scientific standards for writing reports accompanying the project, knowing how to document the accompanying research literature and writing references in the theoretical framework .

IND736 Interior design studio IV 04 Compulsory IND630 +

The course deals with the study of the interior design of educational and cultural facilities and their types, such as (kindergartens, schools, institutes, colleges, training centers, theatres, exhibitions, museums, craft and cultural centers, etc.), presenting design standards and studying similar projects, where the student develops and submits drawings or interior designs for horizontal plans, sectors, facades and executive drawings binoculars and models, in addition to presenting a mini-research on the stages of the project from collecting information and data and classifying them to the idea of the project, and knowing all matters such as the distribution of furniture, raw materials and materials, the use of colors and their techniques, lighting of all kinds and ventilation openings in this type of facilities.

IND737 Executive Drawings 03 Compulsory +

The course dealt with the study of how to develop the project from the design stage to an integrated implementation project using the terminology and symbols used in expressing data, equipment, projection lines, sectors, axes, dimensions, levels, materials used, etc. in the executive drawings, in addition to studying the different types of finishes used in buildings and insulation materials and studying the types of metal sectors used in designing models of openings and partitions Fixed and mobile, normal and smart, and preparing the necessary drawings for carrying out sanitary works, electrical works drawings, and business drawings for installing central air-conditioning, alarm and monitoring systems, as well as how to prepare executive drawings for some commercial projects such as shops, cafes, and others.

IND738 Quantities & Specification 02 Compulsory +

The course aims to introduce the student to the executive matters related to the work of the interior designer as a coordinator of all specializations involved in the implementation work, and as a product of the design work in the proposed priority ideas and their economic budget, and then preparing their detailed designs. Principles of preparing and organizing bills of quantities, general and special specifications, and details of contracting conditions.

IND739 Conservation, Reuse& Adaptability 03 Compulsory +

Researching the philosophy of preserving the local heritage balance through the theory of rebirth and renewal and identifying the main trends in the formation and development of the architectural structure and the internal spatial links between the old and the new in order to find the possibility of applying these theories to preserve our local heritage, and perhaps re-employing it again for scientific bases that do not cancel the old as much keep it.

8th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
CL499A Graduation Project 06 General +

Using scientific research and survey skills to produce an integrated research for the graduation project, including problems, objectives, methodology and analysis, then solving problems and clarifying the results and recommendations, using research tools, data collection and writing the results, to prepare the practical and applied design for an integrated project, a theoretical, field, analytical study, so that it is applied The proposed design solutions according to the interior design standards, and in accordance with a specific design idea, commensurate with the project outputs.

IND840 Interior design studio V 04 Compulsory IND735 +

Introducing the nature and types of health and sports facilities, presenting design standards, studying similar projects, analyzing the horizontal projection and the relationship between the mass and the internal space, presenting internal and external design problems and finding various design solutions to express the design idea and implement it, or change the internal spaces of the architectural space to achieve the desired purpose.

IND841 Graduation Project 03 Compulsory IND416 +

Learn how to properly operate the most important raw materials, equipment and techniques used in the manufacture of various three-dimensional models, identify methods for preparing plans and materials to achieve these models, and prepare the student to master the skills of making external and internal architectural models with appropriate drawing scales.In addition to practical applications on cutting, modifying and converting raw materials to harness them in making suitable models, dealing with manual tools in building models for internal and external models, drawing plans, adjusting their scale and preparing them according to the appropriate cutting and assembling them manually.

IND842 Sustainability and Green Architecture 02 Elective IND736 +

This course deals with the study of the concept of sustainability and green architecture in interior design, as well as identifying the concept of the environment and familiarity with how to produce an environmentally friendly interior design, identifying sustainable design methodologies and strategies, and identifying available energy alternatives in design as well as knowledge of green materials and their positive impact in supporting sustainable design and awareness of standards for measuring sustainability In buildings and also analysis of models and case studies of sustainable interior design and green architecture.

IND843 Design thinking 02 Elective +

The course deals with the concept of creative (innovative) thinking - its definition - pioneers in our field - creative thinking in management and business - scientific thinking - its steps - conditions for successful design. The student also studies a group of interior designs, furniture and collectibles for the purpose of analyzing them.

IND844 Design Psychology 02 Elective +

This course deals with the study of the psychological aspects in psychology and its relationship to the design of various interior spaces, because they have a great impact on the success of the designs, depending on many factors and psychological variables of the recipient according to his environment and climate as well as the function and use, where the focus is on the psychological impact of the space on categories different users. The student learns the rules, standards and requirements related to the interior design of the space, which are based on studies conducted by specialists in psychology related to the psychological impact of some elements of the interior design, such as color, light, texture of the material, and others. of leisure activities.