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Interior Design

Overview

​​​​Introduction 

The Department of Interior Design has been committed to academic standards in its field of specialization since it was founded in 1992. It has futuristic visions and is open to the outside while belonging to the inside, accommodating to the spirit of the current age and combining creative thought with functional performance.
The department’s mission is based on providing distinction in teaching the interior design within an environment where the student matters the most, relying on the traditions of liberalist arts that prepare the students to practice interior design in the 21st century. This environment combines between beauty and technology in the overall design of interior environments, including programming, space planning, finishing materials, fabrics, furniture and lightning.

Vision

The Department of Interior Design aims to introduce an academic program that is distinguished in interior design, and works on stimulating the creative spirit among students, by providing students with the knowledge and skills that qualify them to become involved in the labor market and also in the comprehensive development process.

Message 

To graduate a designer who is able to work in the interior design industry market, fulfil its needs, provide technical advice to institutions and factories that work in the same field, and to establish a link between the designer and the community by solving the problems in design industry market. This is done by honing the creative talents of designers to prepare leaders in the interior design field. 

Goals
•Provide the student with the theoretical knowledge and cultural background of Interior Design.

•Equip interior designers with the necessary tools to face future challenges such as digital technology and effective application of sustainable and intelligent design methods.

•Promote scientific research skills in order to set the student up for the prospect of higher education. And developing researches that aims to promote communal welfare. 

•Provide the student with advanced skills in planning, supervision, and application, in compliance with the needs of the labor market.

•Improve the ability to work collaboratively and enhance the student’s ability in visual and oral communication.