master-of-lnterior-design

Master of Interior Design

Objectives

Department of Design & Interiors renders the following objectives to initiate, teach & practice Master of Interior Design program.

• To prepare professionals in the relevant field by evaluating their individual talent and aptitude by allowing them to explore interdisciplinary mediums & methodologies in design & practice.

• To bridge gap between academic & professional world by creating a coherent syllabi addressing creative venues and practicality in design through collaboration between various programs and industries.

• To encourage students on an academic level, to practice and conduct groundbreaking research and collaboration through a more developed design process and produce practice based outcomes.

• To develop design strategies that recognize the importance of social and environmental responsibility by understanding design principles and the tools for implementing them to develop meaningful and coherent design propositions in contemporary scenario.

• To recognize the importance of context in the transformation of space and acknowledge its implications in the formulation of interior design concepts by articulating design phenomena and implement interventions based on the transformation of existing structures in adaptive reuse.

Role and Scope

One of the fastest growing professions in the world, Interior Design is visionary program that inculcates power of imagination and creative expression into a tangible domain of built environment. The Master degree offered by School of Interior design at The University of Faisalabad is perfect for young graduates or professionals working in the field interested in attending a specialization course. The objective of the prospective program is to produce a new professional quality by combining creative and technical skills by stimulating design problems commonly faced not only in Pakistan’s contemporary society but in the international design world as well. Graduates will examine the fundamentals of design together with more advanced topics such as fabrication, and design detailing further enhanced with professional courses of project management and implementation aspects of interior design to equip them with market requirements and great employment perspectives.

A career in interior design has the potential to be uniquely rewarding, enjoyable and secure for life as individuals, brands and businesses all over the world will always rely on the skills, talents and experience of qualified interior designers to get the job done. The ever-expanding scope of the degree will address growing demand at an extraordinary pace worldwide by producing creative individuals with experienced qualifications.

  • Duration

    4 Semesters (2 years)

  • Eligibility

    Acceptance for Master courses depends on the student’s prior level of 16 year of education in any of the following programs. • Interior Design • Architecture • Fine Arts • Textile or Fashion Design • Visual Communication Design • Industrial Design • Business Administration & Management Studies • IT & Computer Science. Students are also required to give an Aptitude Test followed by an interview for Admission.

  • credit hours
    required

    36

  • Fee Rs

    382,000

semesters and courses

 

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MID-101 Interior Design Studio I 4(1-3)
MID-102 Building Materials Exploration 3(2-1)
  Elective Course 3(2-1)
Total Credit Hours 10
 
 

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MID-111 Interior Design Studio II 4(1-3)
MID-112 Scheme Detailing 3(1-2)
  Elective Course 3(2-1)
Total Credit Hours 10
 
 

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MID-201 Interior Design Studio III 4(1-3)
MID-202 Building Structure & Systems for Adaptive Reuse 3(2-1)
  Elective Course 3(3-0)
Total Credit Hours 10
 
 

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MID-211 Interior Design Thesis 6(0-6)
Total Credit Hours 06
Grand Total 36
 
 

List of Electives to be offered are as follows:

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MID-103 Digital Representation & Visual Narratives 3(1-2)
MID-104 Sustainable Energy Systems in Interiority 3(2-1)
MID-113 Emergent Design Methodologies 2(2-0)
MID-114 Phenomenology in Design 2(2-0)
MID-203 Interactive Architecture 3(2-1)
MID-204 Historical Foundation of Art & Design 3(3-0)
MID-205 Critical Pedagogies in Design 3(3-0)
MID-206 Introduction to Research Methods 3(3-0)