Interior Architecture Master Program gives education under the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences. The candidates of Interior Architecture Master Program (who are undergraduates of Interior Architecture, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Architecture, Industrial Design, Landscape Design and City and Regional Planning) are required to make research in interior design practices and discourses.
The main aim of the program is to conduct original researches into the problems of interior architecture through scientific analysis and to specialize in theoretical and practical knowledge while considering the contemporary discourses of the field.
There are three TRACKS under Interior Architecture Master Program: A. RITM -RESTORATION, INTERVENTION, TRANSFORMATION, MODIFICATION- IN INTERIORS; B. DESIGN AND CULTURE; C. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES. Please click here for more information.
Students need to complete 90 credits and minimum 11 courses, 4 of which are compulsory. Students are required to produce conceptual interior design projects and to complete elective courses in accordance with their chosen track. In addition to the elective courses of interior architecture program, the student can also select courses from other programs (e.g. Architecture Program). The maximum duration of the program is 3 semesters.
If a student has an undergraduate degree from different disciplines other than Interior Architecture or Architecture, s/he must apply to one-year or one-semester scientific preparation program, constituted of undergraduate courses. Interior Architecture Master Program accepts undergraduates of national universities and of international universities which are recognized by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK).