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All undergraduate programs are designed to meet the needs of the kingdom in general and Yanbu AlSinaiyah in particular

The Interior Design Engineering (Men & Women )

Introduction to Interior Design

Interior design is a dynamic, creative, and challenging field that combined art, science and technology where encompasses a range of disciplines. Interior design is about so much more than ‘what looks right’. It is about taking a holistic view of the way that individuals use and enjoy the spaces that they inhabit. It is about finding and creating a cohesive answer to a set of problems and dressing the solution so as to unify and strengthen our experience of the space. Therefore, there is a need for professional interior designers to provide the solutions.

BEID Program’s Curriculum

The BEID Program is offered to male and female students. The program is structured to prepare students for a professional career in Interior Design and related fields. Interior Design majors are offered a wide range of courses, exposing them to many diverse aspects of the design profession. Students will be introduced to fundamentals of design, visual and technical communication techniques (including drafting, perspective drawing, model building and rendering) and theoretical and practical applications (including anthropometrics, ergonomics, interior design technology and color theory), design process, basic design vocabulary and various presentation skills and techniques.



Program Objectives

  • To provide students with an undergraduate professional course of study that conforms to the established academic standards for interior design education
  • To promote intellectual inquiry through professional value, design process, historical awareness, studies in the humanities, natural and social sciences, engineering issues, English communication, and critical thinking
  • To create a strong foundation in the basic principles and elements of design, drawing and color in order to develop a non-verbal design language, visual logic, and fluency of expression
  • To encourage creative expression and original work within a structured curriculum that balances theory and practice, vision and planning, creativity and logic, art and technology
  • To develop technical skills in applying design core principles in a wide variety of projects; requiring knowledge of space planning, materials, finishes, textiles, lighting, surfaces, structures, building technology and building codes.