Interior Architecture & Design

Interior Architecture & Design Over three years, build and layer your knowledge and skills through four core clusters – Foundation, Contextual Place-...

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Interior Architecture & Design The Interior Architecture & Design course is well-established in industry circles as a course that produces high-quality award-winning spatial designers. The course works with the industry through ‘live’ collaborative projects, mentorship and internship opportunities. Our partners include reputable design studios and clients such as Ong & Ong, SCDA, Aedas, FARM, DP Architects, DBS, Google Asia, M.Moser, HBA and many more. Over three years, build and layer your knowledge and skills through four core clusters – Foundation, Contextual Placemaking, Trends & Issues and Assembly & Materiality. Starting with design basics, you will learn how to adapt the design of interior spaces to people’s needs and contexts. The course encourages a wider exploration of issues and constraints that affect sustainable design. In keeping abreast of global trends in design and contemporary lifestyles, you will gain a more universal perspective of design and that will help you provide thoughtful, human-centric and holistic solutions to complex design problems. You will be guided and mentored by tutors with many years of practice in the fields of architecture, interior design and exhibition design; many of whom are interior designers and registered architects with global experiences. Shaping futures and building careers, the course offers a unique learning

environment and integrated studios where new ideas and possibilities in spatial design are explored and developed. Overseas trips, student exchanges and opportunities to network with industry leaders further provide the extra value in the learning experience offered in the course. If you are someone who enjoys challenging the norms in architectural interior architecture design, relish conceptualising different approaches to create stimulating and functional environments, come do what you love in the Interior Architecture & Design course.

DesignSingapore Council is encouraged by the course in the studio practice forming strong partnerships and collaborations with the industry for project based learning so that students are more industrially prepared. Jeffrey Ho Executive Director DesignSingapore Council Ministry of Communications and Information

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Career Opportunities

Graduation Requirements

Armed with professional skills to provide interior architectural design services for corporate, exhibition, institutional and residential projects, our graduates find careers as designers and consultants in interior design consultancies, design-related businesses or an architect’s office. They are also found in event management, exhibition design and in-house design teams for museums and galleries. Many graduates are also successful entrepreneurs.

Cumulative Grade Point Average TP Fundamentals Subjects Diploma Core Subjects Total Credit Units Completed

: min 1.0 : 36 credit units : 87 credit units : 123 credit units

Application Apply during the Joint Admissions Exercise following the release of the GCE O Level results. For other categories of local applicants, please refer to the section on “Admission and Requirements”. For international students, please refer to the section on “Information for International Students”.

Entry Requirements for Singapore-Cambridge GCE O Level Qualification Holders To be eligible for consideration for admission, applicants must obtain 26 points or better for the net ELR2B2 aggregate score (i.e. English Language, 2 relevant subjects and best 2 other subjects, including CCA Bonus Points) and meet the minimum entry requirements of this course. CCA cannot be used to meet the minimum entry requirements.

Minimum Entry Requirements English Language (EL1) * Grades 1 - 7 Mathematics (E or A) Grades 1 - 7 Any two other subjects, excluding CCA Grades 1 - 6 To be eligible for selection, applicants must also have sat for at least one of the following subjects: Additional Combined Science, Additional Science, Art/ Art & Design, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Combined Science, Computer Studies, Creative 3-D Animation, Design Studies, Design & Technology, Engineering Science, Food & Nutrition, Fundamentals of Electronics, General Science, Higher Art, Human & Social Biology, Integrated Science, Media Studies (English),Media Studies (Chinese), Physics, Physical Science, Science (Chemistry, Biology), Science (Physics, Biology), Science (Physics, Chemistry), Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology).

* Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM)/ Unified Examination Chinese (UEC) holders must have a minimum of grade 6 for the relevant English Language subject (e.g. Bahasa Inggeris). Note: Applicants with mild or severe colour vision deficiency or suffering from severe visual impairment should not apply for this course.

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Course Structure TP FUNDAMENTALS (TPFun) SUBJECTS SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT LEVEL CREDIT UNITS DCS1017 DCS1018 DCS1019 GCC1001 IED1001 LEA1011 LEA1012 LEA1013 LSW1002 MCR1001 MCR1002 MCR1003 TFS1002 TFS1003 TFS1004 TFS1005 TFS1006 DSI3034

Communication & Information Literacy 1 2 Workplace Communication 1 2 Persuasive Communication 1 2 Current Issues & Critical Thinking 1 2 Innovation & Entrepreneurship 1 2 Leadership: Essential Attributes & Practice 1 1 1 Leadership: Essential Attributes & Practice 2 1 1 Leadership: Essential Attributes & Practice 3 1 1 Sports & Wellness 1 2 Career Readiness 1 1 1 Career Readiness 2 1 1 Career Readiness 3 1 1 Global Studies 1 3 Managing Diversity at Work* 1 3 Global Citizenship & Community Development* 1 3 Expressions of Culture* 1 3 Guided Learning 1 3 Student Internship Programme 3 12

* Students must choose to take either one of these three subjects or TFS1006 Guided Learning.

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DIPLOMA SUBJECTS − CORE SUBJECTS SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT LEVEL CREDIT UNITS DED1821 DED1822 DED1824 DED1828 DED1829 DIA1236 DIA1237 DIA1238 DPS1031 DPS1032 DRH1701 DED2830 DED2839 DIA2238 DIA2239 DIA2240 DIA2241 DIA2242 DIA2243 DRH2719 DRH2721 DIA3236 DMP3023

Form & Space Exploration 1 3 Architecture Design Studies 1 3 Digital Visualisation 1 3 Form & Space Exploration 2 1 3 Sustainable Design 1 3 Architectural Drawing 2 1 3 Studio Project 1 6 Space Planning 1 3 Design Fundamentals 1 3 Collaborative Design 1 3 Architectural Drawing 1 3 Digital Visualisation 2 2 3 Digital Visualisation 3 2 3 Materials & Finishes 2 3 Spatial Design Studies 2 3 Interior Design Studio Project 2 2 6 Interior Design Issues & Trends 2 3 Interior Design Studio Project 3 2 6 Construction & Detailing 2 2 3 Construction & Detailing 2 3 Interior Building Systems 2 3 Industry Studio Project 3 6 Major Project: IAD 3 9

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