Undergraduate Program

Program Description:

The curriculum is organized around studios which prepare the novice designer to deal progressively with larger and more complex interiors and greater technical detail. The studios enable students to synthesize knowledge from parallel courses in history, art, technology, drawing and principles of design. The first two years are intended to develop an understanding of different concepts of design in form, material, space, composition, and introduce the fundamentals of total interior space planning and design. The third and fourth years provide the opportunity to specialize in different interest areas such as: computers, new materials and technologies, humanities, social sciences, safety, special needs of the handicapped, and elderly etc. Computers and CADD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) are also integrated into different levels of education.

First Year

Fall Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

GE 100

Orientation

1

1

FA 101

Basic Design I

6

10

FA 107

Drawing and Visual Expressions

3

4

ADA 131

Architectural Drawing

3

4

FA 171

Introduction to Art and Culture I

3

5

ENG 101

English and Composition I

3

6

TURK 101

Turkish I

2

1

Spring Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

FA 102

Basic Design II

6

10

ADA 134

Designing with Digital Media

3

4

FA 172

Introduction to Art and Culture II

3

5

ENG 102

English and Composition II

3

6

TURK 102

Turkish II

2

1

Second Year

Fall Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 201

Interior Design Studio I

6

10

IAED 211

Media for Representation

3

5

IAED 251

Construction and Materials I

4

6

ADA 263

History of Built and Environment

3

5

GE 250

Collegiate Activities Program I

-

-

HIST 200

History of Turkey

3

5

Spring Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 202

Interior Design Studio II

6

10

IAED 221

Human Factors

3

4

IAED 244

Lighting Design

3

4

IAED 252

Construction and Materials II

4

6

ADA 264

History of Built and Environment II

3

5

GE 251

Collegiate Activities Program II

1

2

Third Year

Fall Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 290

Summer Practice I

-

-

IAED 301

Interior Design III

6

10

IAED 341

Architectural Acoustics and Fire Safety

3

5

IAED 351

Detailing Studio

3

4

IAED 463

History of Furniture

3

6

Restricted Elective (1)

3

6

Spring Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 302

Interior Design Studio IV

6

10

IAED 322

People and Environment

3

5

IAED 342

Sustainable Design for Interiors

3

5

IAED 381

Product Detailing

4

6

Restricted Elective (1)

3

6

Fourth Year

Fall Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 390

Summer Practice II

-

-

IAED 401

Interior Design V

6

14

IAED 415

Advanced Detailing Studio

3

4

Elective (1)

3

6

Restricted Elective (2)

6

12

Spring Semester:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 402

Interior Design Studio VI

6

14

IAED 418

Interior Design: Professional Practice

3

4

Elective (2)

6

12

Electives

Elective Courses:

Code

Course Name

Credit

ECTS Credit

IAED 315

Computerized Presentation Techniques

3

6

IAED 316

Computer Applications

3

6

IAED 365

Places/Memories

3

6

IAED 391

Special Topics in Interior Design I

3

6

IAED 392

Special Topics in Interior Design II

3

6

IAED 393

Visionary and Future Environments

3

6

IAED 394

TV Set Design

3

6

IAED 396

Architectural Photography

3

6

IAED 397

Color Theory and Applications

3

6

IAED 424

Experience of Space and Place

3

6

IAED 426

Leisure Practices and Spaces

3

6

IAED 461

Environmental Management

3

6

IAED 462

Contemporary Architecture

3

6

IAED 471

Interior Analysis Systems

3

6

IAED 485

Design Methodology

3

6

IAED 491

Current Issues in Interior Design I

3

6

IAED 492

Current Issues in Interior Design II

3

6

IAED 495

Public Interiors

3

6

Restricted Electives:

All IAED 3XX and 4XX courses with at least 3 credits.

Electives:

All 1XX, 2XX, 3XX and 4XX courses with at least 3 credits and with the consent of the program coordinator.