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Interior Design Internship

ADDISON

Carolyn Henry and Associates, Inc.

(Small firm, commercial)

Registered Interior Designer #4229

3939 Belt Line Rd. Ste. 225 75001

AUSTIN

Registered Interior Designer #2962

3508 Far W. Blvd. 78731

(Small firm residential)

Business Registration #619

803 West Ave. 78701

(Small firm commercial, residential)

Registered Interior Designer #10168

11406 Silmarillion Trail 78739

Alan E. Adler Architect

(Large firm – healthcare, educational, commercial)

Registered Interior Designer #8876

9433 Bee Caves Road, Building 2,

*Location in Lynchburg, VA

Eugene Wagner, PhD

1416 Alameda Dr. 78704

(Small firm FF E solutions)

Business Registration #358

6006 Tasajillo Trl. 78739

Alterstudio Architecture, LLP

(Small firm residential)

1403 Rio Grande 78701

Ama Terra Environmental, Inc.

(Small firm historical, compliance, environmental)

4009 Banister Ln. Ste. 300 78704

Ana D. Gallo, Architect

(Small firm residential)

1501 Barton Springs Rd. Ste. 230 78704

(Small firm residential, hospitality, education)

Registered Interior Designer #3053

807 Brazos Street, Ste. 800 78701

Andrew Hinman Architecture

(Small firm residential, commercial)

601 E. 49 th St. 78751

(Large firm real estate attorneys)

98 San Jacinto Blvd. Ste. 300 78701

*Location in Houston, TX

Antenora Architects, LLP

(Small firm commercial, institutional, hospitality, residential)

200 E Live Oak St 78704

Archillume Lighting Design

(Small firm lighting)

Registered Interior Designer #6023

3701 Executive Center Dr. Ste. 215 78731

Architects Rabe + Partners

(Small firm institutional, commercial, religious)

4201 Bee Caves Rd. Bldg. C, Ste. 201 78746

The following policy was formulated in order to

  • inform potential employers and the general public of the program s endorsed rules of engagement for the fair use of a design student s time and resources, and
  • protect students from employment arrangements in which the terms are open-ended or unclear.

The Interior Design Program at Texas State University firmly endorses professional experience as an irreplaceable part of the education of its majors. The Program offers a formal curricular internship experience in its required capstone course, ID 4301 Interior Design Internship. This is a 3 credit hour class that the student pays to take. It is writing-intensive (WI) and is conducted by both the academic instructor at the university level and an appropriately qualified supervisor on the professional host site. The experiences and responsibilities of the internship are set forth in a contractual Job Description form found in the Internship Manual. agreed upon by the student and supervisor, and subject to approval by the academic representative.

Since the internship is an academic requirement for credit, the host firm then becomes the ID Program s partner by providing the intern with as rich and complete a professional experience as possible. Consequently, the firm is acting in the role of mentor and teacher in addition to conducting its business. The host firm is bound by the program s requirements so does not have free rein over all of the student s time or nature of his or her employment activities. Therefore, the program does not stipulate if the intern should be paid or unpaid, and allows compensation to be arranged between the supervisor and the intern. (*See below for the U. S. Department of Labor s Test for Unpaid Interns. )

Voluntary, not-for-credit methods of gaining professional exposure and experience are also highly encouraged by the program, and may include part-time paid employment in a design firm, engaging in organizational activities at both student and professional levels, attending design conferences and field trips, and job shadowing. Occasionally, a design firm, other commercial entity, or private citizen may offer experience that does not fit any of the above descriptions. In these situations apart from endorsed program activities, the program is not responsible for the terms and outcomes of its students providing apprentice-level services within the profession or to the public. It is entirely up to the student to understand and clarify all terms of engagement before entering such an agreement to avoid later conflicts under these circumstances.

*The following is an excerpt from the U. S. Department of Labor s Fact Sheet #71 titled The Test for Unpaid Interns:

There are some circumstances under which individuals who participate in for-profit private sector internships or training programs may do so without compensation. The Supreme Court has held that the term suffer or permit to work cannot be interpreted so as to make a person whose work serves only his or her own interest an employee of another who provides aid or instruction. This may apply to interns who receive training for their own educational benefit if the training meets certain criteria. The determination of whether an internship or training program meets this exclusion depends upon all of the facts and circumstances of each such program.

The following six criteria must be applied when making this determination:
1. The internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training that would be given in an educational environment;
2. The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern;
3. The intern does not displace regular employees, but works under close supervision of existing staff;
4. The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded;
5. The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship; and
6. The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.

In general, official internships may be paid or unpaid. However, interns may certainly, and often should, be paid or reimbursed for services when warranted. This is most applicable when the student consistently performs tasks that typically are hired out, such as dropping off and picking up deliveries in a personal vehicle, extensive work on CAD or BIM documents, creating marketing materials on the computer, etc. Payment may take other forms besides monetary, such as buying lunches and providing a vehicle account.

Visit the website www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm to view the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: Wage and Hour Division s Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act (4/10) in its entirety.

ID majors at Texas State must complete a required for credit internship course, which is considered their Capstone course, as part of their curriculum in the summer between their junior and senior year, or at the end of their senior year. The ID 4301 Internship course has the following prerequisites: ENG 1310 and 1320, COMM 1310, MATH 1315 or 1319, and ALL ID 3000 level courses. It is offered in summer only and requires 150 hours of on-the-job training to be accomplished in either the five week long period of Summer I or Summer II, so no other courses may be taken with it. All information needed to complete the course can be found in the Internship Manual and the course syllabus. The syllabus is made available to enrolled students on their TRACS university course site. Click here to view the Texas State Interior Design Internship Manual.



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BA (Honours) Interior Design

Course description

What you study
This creative course introduces you to all aspects of interior design. You develop a range of practical and intellectual skills that will allow you to take risks and develop an inventive problem-solving approach to your work.

Working in our studios you take part in small group tutorials, developing your creative and technical skills. Your lectures and seminars focus on contemporary issues affecting design today, helping you understand your work in a wider historical and social context.

Key areas include • environment and sustainability • international culture and context • new technologies and communication • trend, marketing and market awareness • contemporary and historical design • contextual studies • computer-aided design (CAD) • model making • design skills • creative design projects • drawing and visual communication • building and material technologies • digital image manipulation • interactive interiors.

Practical experience
The course gives you many opportunities to gain exposure, experience and skills on creative design projects, field trips and exhibitions.

You build your understanding of the design industry by working with clients and industry professionals on live projects. Previous students have designed and created a show apartment at Park Hill for Urban Splash, an innovation room at Manchester Airport, play spaces at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and a new co-working space for an enterprise business in Sheffield.

These projects give you valuable experience of what it’s like to work as an interior designer addressing the needs of commercial clients. They help you develop your understanding of the business context of design work, preparing you for your professional career.

You also have the opportunity to gain exposure by entering national and international design competitions such as the RSA Student Design Awards.

You take field trips to international cultural centres to gain an insight into the wider role of design and see work from leading architects and designers. In your first year, you explore listed buildings and look at how interior building space is remodelled while on site visits to Manchester and London, which are covered by your tuition fees. You also visit places such as Milan, Barcelona and the Venice Architecture Biennale.

You also have the opportunity to exhibit at the Free Range art and design exhibition in London, showcasing your work on an international level to both the public and industry.

The design work you complete during the course develops into a portfolio of work that helps you gain employment after graduating.

Facilities
As a student, you benefit from state-of-the-art workshops, our digital design centre with six computer suites, in-house professional print services, and the Sheffield Institute of Arts gallery for displaying student work and touring exhibitions.

During the course, you visit design consultancies, industrial facilities, museums and exhibitions. These visits contribute to the development of a deeper contextual and commercial understanding of interior design, and they often have a direct link with studio-based projects or theoretical studies.

Expertise
You are taught by lecturers who have worked professionally as interior designers and have a wide range of connections with leading figures in the industry. You gain insight from guest workshops run by architectural and design companies. Previous visitors have included Arup, HLM Architects, BDP, 93ft and Atkins.

This course is part of the Sheffield Institute of Arts. which traces its history back to 1843, which means you work alongside students from other creative disciplines including fashion, graphic design, fine art and product design.

Free Range exhibition
Our students exhibit at the Free Range art and design exhibition in London’s Brick Lane.

The exhibition, which this year features 438 students from 28 UK interior design degree courses, provides them with the opportunity to showcase their work on an international level to both the public and industry.

Professional recognition

Entry requirements

2016 entry requirements

A portfolio of creative design work available for consideration at interview and GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or above, plus one of the following

• 260 points with at least 160 points from two full A Levels or BTEC National qualifications, or one AVCE double award. You must have an A level or BTEC National qualification in art and design. AS levels and Key Skills may count towards these points.

• Access – an Access to HE Diploma with at least 45 credits at level 3 from a QAA-recognised Access to HE course, in an art and design-related programme, or an equivalent Access to HE certificate

• Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art and Design – pass

If English is not your first language you must have an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills or equivalent. If your English language skill is currently below IELTS 6.0 we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English score.

If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend a selection event with a portfolio of work to demonstrate your ability. Find out about the selection process and how to produce a strong portfolio.

We welcome applications from people of any age. We may be flexible in our normal offer if you can show a commitment to succeed and have the relevant skills and experience. This must show that you will benefit from and finish the course successfully.

2017 Entry Requirements

A portfolio of creative design work available for consideration at interview and GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or grade 4 or above, plus one of the following

• 112 UCAS points including at least 64 points from two A levels, or equivalent BTEC National qualifications. We accept AS levels. We accept General Studies.

• 96 UCAS points from three A levels, including at least 64 points from two A levels, or equivalent BTEC National qualifications. We accept General Studies.

New UCAS tariff points system for courses starting from September 2017. This is significantly different to the current points system and uses an alternative method of calculation. You can find information about these changes on the UCAS website and use the UCAS tariff calculator to work out your points.

• Access– an Access to HE Diploma with at least 45 credits at level 3 and 15 credits at level 2. At least 15 level 3 credits must be at merit grade or above, in an art and design-related programme from a QAA-recognised Access to HE course, or an equivalent Access to HE certificate

• Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art and Design – pass

If English is not your first language you must have an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills or equivalent. If your English language skill is currently below IELTS6.0 we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English score.

If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend a selection event with a portfolio of work to demonstrate your ability. Find out about the selection process and how to produce a strong portfolio.

We welcome applications from people of any age. We may be flexible in our normal offer if you can show a commitment to succeed and have the relevant skills and experience. This must show that you will benefit from and finish the course successfully.

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#interior design cincinnati

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Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

The Interior Design profession concerns itself with the interior spaces of buildings, emphasizing the physical, psychological, and social needs of people at work and leisure.

Through an academic program balanced between comprehensive courses, studios, and cooperative education experiences, students are taught to understand a client’s interactions within society and be capable of translating this understanding into appropriate and inspiring design for interior environments. Each level of the student’s education engages knowledge and skills in problem discovery and resolution, critical and imaginative thinking, verbal and visual communication, and appropriate technologies.

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program is five years in length and requires approximately 1.5 years of cooperative education experience. According to DesignIntelligence . DAAP’s Interior Design program is number four in the nation for 2015. DesignIntelligence lists the Interior Design program as the number one most admired by academic deans and department heads in the country, citing its co-op program, dedicated studio space, and competent graduates.

In spring quarter 2011, interior design students designed creative spaces for Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI), home to HGTV, DIY, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and GAC. This collaboration was a natural outgrowth of SNI’s relationship with DAAP, which began when students took cooperative education assignments with HGTV.

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA

81.8 percent of the students from the incoming class of 2007 graduated within six years.*

(*Based on 33 first-time, full-time Interior Design students. 63.6 percent graduated from Interior Design, 6.1 percent graduated from another DAAP program, and 12.1 percent graduated from another UC college.)

93.3 percent of first-time, full-time DAAP students enrolled during fall 2012 returned in fall 2013 (attrition of 6.7 percent).

70 percent of 2012 and 2013 graduates had a full-time position within three months of graduation.

76 percent of 2012 and 2013 graduates started at a salary greater than $35,000/year. (16 percent started at a salary greater than $50,000/year.)

Acceptance into Graduate Programs*:

Only one respondent from the classes of 2012 and 2013 pursued and is enrolled in a post-graduate degree.

*Information based on a survey of alumni from the classes of 2012 and 2013 conducted in July 2014, for which there were 25 respondents.



#interior design miami

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Interior Design

Degree

Bachelor of Fine Arts | College of Creative Arts

What is Interior Design?

Interior Design involves the study and creation of interior environments. Interior designers use their knowledge of visual aesthetics, spatial perception, human factors, design history and theory, and building technology to create functional and pleasing interior environments. Miami’s four-year professional degree program qualifies students to enter the interior design profession (and ultimately become licensed interior designers after examination) or to pursue graduate programs in interior design, architecture, or related disciplines.

What are the features of Miami s program?

Interdisciplinary approach

Miami’s program in Interior Design is one of a small number of programs administratively aligned with the major in architecture. This partnership within the department reflects the strong association between interior designers and architects in current practice and reinforces the interdisciplinary nature of design education. The program also draws on the strength of Miami’s liberal arts education tradition by requiring coursework from several related programs across campus.

Professional preparation

The Interior Design program provides a strong professional education, preparing graduates to enter the field or to pursue additional education at the graduate level. Practicing interior designers are involved in the program in a teaching, lecturing, and design-review capacity.

Studio work

Miami’s program is unique because it is centered around the design studio. There, students integrate knowledge and solve interior design problems. Unlike similar programs, students are taught largely by full-time faculty, and student/teacher ratios rarely exceed 15:1.

Study abroad

Off-campus study opportunities for architecture and interior design majors include the Washington D.C.-Alexandria Center for seniors, the Miami University Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Honors Studio, the interdisciplinary summer workshop for architecture, interior design, and graphic design in Milan, Italy, and the department’s ongoing program of service learning and research in Ghana, West Africa.

What are the special admission requirements, if any?

Yes. The Department requires submission of a creative portfolio in order to be admitted to the majors in Architecture or Interior Design. The portfolio is submitted directly to the Department by the application deadline and is reviewed in conjunction with academic qualifications. For information on portfolio format and suggestions of what to include, see Portfolio Requirements .

What courses would I take?

During your first year in the program, you will gain a strong foundation in design principles and graphic communication. You will also concentrate on the Global Miami Plan, a well-rounded course of study that provides you with an excellent liberal arts education. Through the Global Miami Plan, you will get a solid base in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, fine arts, and formal reasoning.

The second and third years introduce you to history and theory, computer-aided design, human factors, materials, and furniture design. These support the design studio courses that you will be taking. During the summers following these two years, you may pursue for-credit internships and gain practical experience.

Your fourth year becomes more self-directed. In the fall, you will take a comprehensive studio where you undertake a single, semester-long project where you handle all of the phases of a job and bring the project to completion. In the spring semester, you will take a senior thesis studio where you concentrate on a project of your own choosing. This may be a real-life project in conjunction with a firm or a community organization.

What can I do with this major?

Most graduates work in commercial interior design firms, architectural firms, or furniture dealerships. Other graduates choose to pursue careers in facilities management, historic preservation, retail sales, or teaching.

Who can I contact for more information?

Department of Architecture and Interior Design
101 Alumni Hall
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-7210



#interior design programs

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Admissions

Interior Design

Actual minimum grade ranges required for Fall 2017 admission/wait list consideration will be determined based on grades and qualifications presented by the applicant pool as they become available. Required grade ranges may fluctuate from year to year (up or down) as a result of competition. Applicants not educated in Ontario may present the equivalent of the Ontario requirements. Ryerson reserves the right to determine equivalency at its sole discretion.

Domestic Fees Range: $7,194 – $7,946
International Fees Range: $23,667 – $24,246

About the Program. The best spaces are both practical and beautiful, and interior designers excel at striking the right balance between both qualities to optimize where we live, work and play. Ryerson graduates in this innovative field use their expertise and creativity to improve the technological, aesthetic, ideological, environmental, cultural and social dimensions of built environments. These talented professionals play a role in enhancing almost every imaginable interior setting—from corporate offices and shopping centres to restaurants, hotels, hospitals and residences. Practitioners influence everything from interior architectural development, to colours and finishes, to lighting and textures, always with the ultimate goal of creating a perfect marriage between form and function.

This is a Grades-Plus program. In addition to the academic requirements listed below, this program selects students on the basis of grades PLUS non-academic requirements .

Thinking of applying? Make sure the program is still accepting applications .

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses including the following program specific requirements. Typically, a minimum overall average of 70% establishes eligibility for admission consideration; subject to competition individual programs may require higher pre-requisite grades and/or higher overall averages:

  • English/Anglais (ENG4U/EAE4U preferred)
  • Grade 11 U or M or Grade 12 U Mathematics (one of: MCF3M, MCR3U, MHF4U, MCV4U, MDM4U)
  • One additional Grade 12 U or M course from: Visual Arts (AVI4M), Economics: Analyzing Current Economic Issues (CIA4U), Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis (CGW4U), Canada: History, Identity, and Culture (CHI4U), Physics (SPH4U), Communications Technology (TGJ4M) or Technological Design (TDJ4M)
  • Other Grade 12 U or M courses in Canadian and World Issues may be considered on an individual basis
  • Students should take Physics (Grade 11 or higher) and the Art option in Grades 11/12 if available. Preference may be given to applicants with Grade 12 U courses in History or Visual Arts/Art History
  • The minimum grade(s) required in the subject prerequisites (normally in the 65-70% range) will be determined subject to competition.


Students requesting advanced standing
must submit academic transcripts of their secondary school as well as all post-secondary school studies (excluding Ryerson), to Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment. Current students attending another institution must remember to include a list of courses currently in progress, and to submit another academic transcript (including all final grades) as soon as possible following course completion. Detailed course outlines may be required by the School of Interior Design. Contact the Academic Coordinator for further information.

Do not submit non-academic material until after you have submitted your application for admission and accessed your Choose Ryerson Applicant Portal. You will receive an Acknowledgment email that will allow access to your portal where you can retrieve your Ryerson Number. Your Ryerson Number must be clearly printed on all non-academic materials you submit.

Your non-academic requirements, listed below, are due by February 1, 2016 or 10 business days from your application submission date, whichever comes later.

Exception. If you have already attended this program and are applying for readmission or reinstatement, you must contact the Academic Coordinator at (416) 979-5000 ext. 6923 by February 1, 2016 or 10 business days from your application submission date to confirm that a portfolio is not required.



#interior design course singapore

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Programmes in School of Design & Environment

Undergraduate Programmes

The B.A. (Architecture) programme prepares graduates into related fields include architectural design, urban design, interior design, industrial design, industrialised building systems, graphic design, commercial art and architectural journalism.

The B.A. (Industrial Design) brings together the creative 3D design culture of design, advanced technologies of engineering and the entrepreneurial spirit of business.

The B.Sc. (Project & Facilities Management) programme prepares graduates to be industry leaders who make decisions, shape policies, solve strategic and operational problems, and implement best management practices in the built environment.

The B.Sc. (Real Estate) programme prepares graduates to become real estate professionals who creates and manages wealth in the context of the built environment.

Graduate Programmes

Graduate Degrees either by coursework or research provide opportunities of advanced study in specialised areas of architecture, building and real estate including scientific aspects of environmental control, building operations, project management and property management.
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Special Programmes



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Interior Design

Master of Interior Design

Areas of Study

The two master’s degree programs in interior design lead to professional and postprofessional academic degrees.

The Master of Interior Design (first professional) may qualify graduates to become licensed or registered as an interior designer. Interested students are encouraged to confirm requirements for the state in which they hope to practice and confirm NCIDQ eligibility requirements .

The Master of Interior Design (postprofessional) degree offers students advanced studies, theory, and research for those holding a prior professional degree in interior design or architecture.

For more information, visit the interior design Web site .

Graduate Studies Committee

The following faculty members served on the Graduate Studies Committee in the spring semester 2015.

Elizabeth A Danze
Nerea Feliz Arrizabalaga
Tamie Michele Glass

Christopher A Long
Clay Odom
Igor P Siddiqui

Admission Requirements

Upon admission to the program, the student must pay a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to indicate that he or she accepts the offer of admission. The deposit is applied to the payment of tuition when the student enrolls.

Master of Interior Design (first professional). This degree program is open to qualified applicants who hold baccalaureate degrees in any discipline without a prior professional degree in interior design or architecture.

Master of Interior Design (postprofessional). This degree program is open to qualified applicants with a prior professional baccalaureate degree in interior design or architecture.

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#interior design sheffield

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BA (Honours) Interior Design

Course description

What you study
This creative course introduces you to all aspects of interior design. You develop a range of practical and intellectual skills that will allow you to take risks and develop an inventive problem-solving approach to your work.

Working in our studios you take part in small group tutorials, developing your creative and technical skills. Your lectures and seminars focus on contemporary issues affecting design today, helping you understand your work in a wider historical and social context.

Key areas include • environment and sustainability • international culture and context • new technologies and communication • trend, marketing and market awareness • contemporary and historical design • contextual studies • computer-aided design (CAD) • model making • design skills • creative design projects • drawing and visual communication • building and material technologies • digital image manipulation • interactive interiors.

Practical experience
The course gives you many opportunities to gain exposure, experience and skills on creative design projects, field trips and exhibitions.

You build your understanding of the design industry by working with clients and industry professionals on live projects. Previous students have designed and created a show apartment at Park Hill for Urban Splash, an innovation room at Manchester Airport, play spaces at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and a new co-working space for an enterprise business in Sheffield.

These projects give you valuable experience of what it’s like to work as an interior designer addressing the needs of commercial clients. They help you develop your understanding of the business context of design work, preparing you for your professional career.

You also have the opportunity to gain exposure by entering national and international design competitions such as the RSA Student Design Awards.

You take field trips to international cultural centres to gain an insight into the wider role of design and see work from leading architects and designers. In your first year, you explore listed buildings and look at how interior building space is remodelled while on site visits to Manchester and London, which are covered by your tuition fees. You also visit places such as Milan, Barcelona and the Venice Architecture Biennale.

You also have the opportunity to exhibit at the Free Range art and design exhibition in London, showcasing your work on an international level to both the public and industry.

The design work you complete during the course develops into a portfolio of work that helps you gain employment after graduating.

Facilities
As a student, you benefit from state-of-the-art workshops, our digital design centre with six computer suites, in-house professional print services, and the Sheffield Institute of Arts gallery for displaying student work and touring exhibitions.

During the course, you visit design consultancies, industrial facilities, museums and exhibitions. These visits contribute to the development of a deeper contextual and commercial understanding of interior design, and they often have a direct link with studio-based projects or theoretical studies.

Expertise
You are taught by lecturers who have worked professionally as interior designers and have a wide range of connections with leading figures in the industry. You gain insight from guest workshops run by architectural and design companies. Previous visitors have included Arup, HLM Architects, BDP, 93ft and Atkins.

This course is part of the Sheffield Institute of Arts. which traces its history back to 1843, which means you work alongside students from other creative disciplines including fashion, graphic design, fine art and product design.

Free Range exhibition
Our students exhibit at the Free Range art and design exhibition in London’s Brick Lane.

The exhibition, which this year features 438 students from 28 UK interior design degree courses, provides them with the opportunity to showcase their work on an international level to both the public and industry.

Professional recognition

Entry requirements

2016 entry requirements

A portfolio of creative design work available for consideration at interview and GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or above, plus one of the following

• 260 points with at least 160 points from two full A Levels or BTEC National qualifications, or one AVCE double award. You must have an A level or BTEC National qualification in art and design. AS levels and Key Skills may count towards these points.

• Access – an Access to HE Diploma with at least 45 credits at level 3 from a QAA-recognised Access to HE course, in an art and design-related programme, or an equivalent Access to HE certificate

• Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art and Design – pass

If English is not your first language you must have an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills or equivalent. If your English language skill is currently below IELTS 6.0 we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English score.

If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend a selection event with a portfolio of work to demonstrate your ability. Find out about the selection process and how to produce a strong portfolio.

We welcome applications from people of any age. We may be flexible in our normal offer if you can show a commitment to succeed and have the relevant skills and experience. This must show that you will benefit from and finish the course successfully.

2017 Entry Requirements

A portfolio of creative design work available for consideration at interview and GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or grade 4 or above, plus one of the following

• 112 UCAS points including at least 64 points from two A levels, or equivalent BTEC National qualifications. We accept AS levels. We accept General Studies.

• 96 UCAS points from three A levels, including at least 64 points from two A levels, or equivalent BTEC National qualifications. We accept General Studies.

New UCAS tariff points system for courses starting from September 2017. This is significantly different to the current points system and uses an alternative method of calculation. You can find information about these changes on the UCAS website and use the UCAS tariff calculator to work out your points.

• Access– an Access to HE Diploma with at least 45 credits at level 3 and 15 credits at level 2. At least 15 level 3 credits must be at merit grade or above, in an art and design-related programme from a QAA-recognised Access to HE course, or an equivalent Access to HE certificate

• Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art and Design – pass

If English is not your first language you must have an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills or equivalent. If your English language skill is currently below IELTS6.0 we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English score.

If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend a selection event with a portfolio of work to demonstrate your ability. Find out about the selection process and how to produce a strong portfolio.

We welcome applications from people of any age. We may be flexible in our normal offer if you can show a commitment to succeed and have the relevant skills and experience. This must show that you will benefit from and finish the course successfully.

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#interior design distance learning

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Master of Interior Design (MA)

School of Social and Human Studies
Atlantic International University

The Master of Interior Design (MA) program objective is to provide students with design and problem solving skills to achieve excellence in the design of architectural interiors and to conduct research that adds to the body of knowledge in the profession. The Master of Interior Design (MA) program is offered online via distance learning. After evaluating both academic record and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors will assist students in setting up a custom-made program, designed on an individual basis. This flexibility to meet student needs is seldom found in other distance learning programs. Our online program does not require all students to take the same subjects/courses, use the same books, or learning materials. Instead, the online Master of Interior Design (MA) curriculum is designed individually by the student and academic advisor. It specifically addresses strengths and weaknesses with respect to market opportunities in the student s major and intended field of work. Understanding that industry and geographic factors should influence the content of the curriculum instead of a standardized one-fits-all design is the hallmark of AIU s unique approach to adult education. This philosophy addresses the dynamic and constantly changing environment of working professionals by helping adult students in reaching their professional and personal goals within the scope of the degree program.

Important: Below is an example of the topics or areas you may develop and work on during your studies. By no means is it a complete or required list as AIU programs do not follow a standardized curriculum. It is meant solely as a reference point and example. Want to learn more about the curriculum design at AIU? (Course and Curriculum )

Core Courses and Topics in Interior Design:

    Furniture Design
    Advanced Interior Design Detailing and Construction Documents
    Professional Practice of Interior Design
    Preservation of Historic Interiors: History Theory
    Technology of Historic Interiors
    Introduction to the Design of Architectural Interiors
    History of Interior Design
    Introduction to Architectural Interiors
    Interior Design Communication Systems
    Interior Materials
    Computer Applications in Three Dimensional Designs
    Theory of Interior Architecture
    Architectural Interiors
    Interior Design Construction Documents
    Interior Lighting
    Interior Environmental Technologies
    Advanced Architectural Interiors

Orientation Courses:

  • Communication Investigation (Comprehensive Resume)
  • Organization Theory (Portfolio)
  • Experiential Learning (Autobiography)
  • Academic Evaluation (Questionnaire)
  • Fundament of Knowledge (Integration Chart)
  • Fundamental Principles I (Philosophy of Education)
  • Professional Evaluation (Self Evaluation Matrix)
  • Development of Graduate Study (Guarantee of an Academic Degree)

Research Project in Interior Design:

Masters Thesis Project
MBM300 Thesis Proposal
MBM302 Master Thesis (7,500 words)
Publication: Each Master of Interior Design graduate is encouraged to publish their research papers either online in the public domain or through professional journals and periodicals worldwide.

We understand how busy adults do not have time to go back to school. Now, it’s possible to earn your degree in the comfort of your own home and still have time for yourself and your family. The Admissions office is here to help you, for additional information or to see if you qualify for admissions please contact us. If you are ready to apply please submit your Online Application and paste your resume and any additional comments/questions in the area provided.



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