IDE COURSES INTERIOR DESIGN ENGINEERING

ID COURSES

INTERIOR DESIGN ENGINEERING

ID 111 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO I [RESIDENTIAL DESIGN]

Credits: 3(1,0,5) Prerequisites: ARCH 111, ID 120; Co-requisite: ARCH 132, ID 133

The course introduces solutions to functional and aesthetic problems along with examinations of interior residential environmental issues. Emphasis is placed on orientation, design theory, space planning, lighting, fabrics and furnishings. The development from the conceptual phase to final design based on interior considerations and external influences is tracked. Emphasis is placed on three-dimensional design processes, rendering and graphic representation of spaces.
ID 120 INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN
ID 121 HISTORY OF ART
ID 131 FREE HAND DRAWING
ID 132 FOUNDATIONS OF COLOR DESIGN
ID 133 INTERIOR DESIGN VISUAL PRESENTATION I
ID 212 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO II[DESIGN OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS]
ID 213 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO III [DESIGN OF OFFICE BUILDING]
ID 222 HISTORY STYLE OF FURNITURE
ID 223 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN
ID 234 INTERIOR DESIGN VISUAL PRESENTATION II
ID 250 INTERIOR MATERIALS AND SUSTAINABLE ELEMENTS
ID 251 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND STRUCTURE
ID 252 WORKING DRAWINGS AND DETAILING I
ID 314 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO IV [DESIGN OF EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS]
ID 315 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO V [HOSPITALITY BUILDINGS]
ID 324 HISTORY OF ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN
ID 342 LANDSCAPE DESIGN
ID 353 WORKING DRAWINGS AND DETAILING II
ID 354 FURNITURE DESIGN AND DETAILS
ID 355 LIGHTING DESIGN TECHNIQUES
ID 416 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO VI [OPERATIVE BUILDINGS]
ID 425 DESIGN THEORY AND CRITICISM
ID 435 PORTFOLIO DESIGN
ID 442 SAUDI ARABIA ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION
ID 456 ADVANCED LIGHTING AND ACOUSTIC TECHNIQUES
ID 457 SPECIFICATIONS AND QUANTITIES
ID 458 BUILDING SERVICES INTEGRATION
ID 459 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
ID 490 INTERNSHIP
ID 492 CO-OP
ID 498 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO VII - SENIOR PROJECT I
ID 499 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO VIII - SENIOR PROJECT II

MMGD COURSES

MULTI-MEDIA & GRAPHIC

MMGD 211 DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN I –VISUAL FORM

Credits: 3 (2,0,2) Prerequisite: MMGD 231

The course lays the foundation for graphic design studies. It focuses on the applications of the basic elements of color, line, and shape to a specific message. The course is designed to enhance students' visual perception and problem solving skills as their projects are critiqued weekly.
MMGD 231 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN I
MMGD 232 COMPUTER VISUALIZATION AND SIMULATION
MMGD 334 PHOTOGRAPHY