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MA Interior Design

About This Masters Degree

Course Description

Why Study for an MA in Interior Design Online?

The MA Interior Design course from the University of Hertfordshire, taught online by IDI, gives you an ideal opportunity to improve your chances of a building a successful career in the interior design industry, either in the UK or internationally. Adding a master's qualification to your CV can enhance your career prospects and during your studies you will refine your design skills, gain advanced knowledge of the contemporary interior design industry and extend your portfolio with challenging and thought provoking work.

You will be enrolled on our online Postgraduate Art and Design programme, specialising in Interior Design. You will develop your project proposal in preparation for your Major Study in Interior Design through a series of practice modules supported by modules covering research and the creative industries. The award on your MA degree certificate will be MA Interior Design from the University of Hertfordshire.

What does the Course Involve?

With a focus on international design and architecture, the online MA Interior Design course gives you the opportunity to consider interior design on a global scale as well as within broader interdisciplinary art and design contexts. You will be encouraged to expand the knowledge, skills and expertise required by your individual project by engaging with experimental techniques, methods and mediums relevant to your proposal.

You will also be encouraged to develop a professional and entrepreneurial approach to your practice through engaging in experimental techniques, methods and mediums and collaborating on projects.

You will also become proficient in taking into account the material considerations and technical specifications of different types of projects.

Download the Programme Specification for detailed information about the course, or read on to find out more about what is involved in each of the modules - http://bit.ly/1nyZatA

During your studies with IDI you will need access to specific pieces of equipment which will enable you to complete your coursework. You will also need to ensure you have access to the necessary reading materials. Sourcing these will be your own responsibility and any costs incurred are not included in your course fees. For further information about the equipment and reading requirements, please refer to the course Reading and Materials List (http://bit.ly/1XeDPSt). If you require any further advice, please contact our Admissions Advisors who will be happy to help.

Research and Creative Industry Modules

While you will study common modules alongside students from other disciplines, you will be encouraged to approach them from the point of view of your own interior design practice.

All students undertake the following modules:

- Postgraduate Study in Context
- Research and Practice
- Creative Industries: Global Perspectives
- Critical Studies
- Creative Industries: Business Perspectives
- Creative Industries: Professional Presentations

In addition to research and enterprise based modules listed above, you will undertake three practical modules centred around your own practice in interior design:

- Practice 1: Art and Design
- Practice 2: Art and Design
- Major Study: Interior Design

Learn more about the modules you will study on the MA Interior Design programme - http://bit.ly/1RSzOSb

During Practice 1 and 2 Art and Design, you will devise, contextualise and develop your project proposal towards your Major Study project which represents the culmination of your postgraduate journey. From the very beginning of the course, in Postgraduate Study in Context, you will be supported in identifying an area of interest and completing an initial outline proposal for your project, allowing you to develop the knowledge and skills required to develop and realise your creative practice project throughout the course.

Typical progression from the online MA in Interior Design is to employment in a related industry. The language of delivery is English. The location of delivery and assessment is online with no need for attendance.

Subject to minimum cohort numbers being reached, you can choose from part-time or full-time study modes on all master's courses. Find out more about the different modes of study - http://bit.ly/222cj19

Contact us today to see if there's a place for you on the MA Interior Design course starting in February, June or October - http://bit.ly/1YAYwJs

Entry Requirements

normally have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a field relevant to the award you want to study. If you do not have a degree, you will need to show you have appropriate professional experience and skills to benefit from the course. More Information: http://bit.ly/1nyYXqi

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