Interior Architecture is a field in architectural studies which focuses on space planning and management with the blend of function and art. It requires knowledge of architectural styles, environment, human behavior, construction materials and technologies, related engineering knowledge, energy and resource conservation, and also the conservation of cultural and social heritages in order to encourage safe, comfortable and convenient space and environment, and in so doing raise the standards of living.
The Bachelor of Architecture in Interior Architecture program is a 5-year curriculum consisting of 183 credit hours, 151 of compulsory courses, 30 of general education courses, and 3 of free electives. The interior Architecture students will follow architecture courses during year 1-4 and further their study interior architecture courses during year 3-5.
Graduates of the Interior architecture Department pursue careers variously in interior architecture of every building type, construction administration, building renovation, furniture design, lighting design, consulting and auditing, and academic careers.
As the study of interior architecture involves both art and science, applicants should process creative thinking skills, basic design skills, and competence in mathematics and science.