TUT Interior Design



TUT Interior Design

TUT Interior Design, below is the information on the TUT Interior Design.
Important notification to new applicants:
Students who intend to enrol for this qualification for the first time in 2017 or thereafter, should note that it will not be possible to continue with any Baccalaureus Technologiae as from 2020, since it is being replaced by qualifications aligned with the newly-implemented Higher Education
Qualification Sub-Framework. Potential students are advised to consult the University’s website for any new qualifications which might not be published in this Prospectus.
REMARKS
a. Admission requirement(s) and selection criteria:
• FOR APPLICANTS WHO OBTAINED A SENIOR CERTIFICATE BEFORE 2008:
Admission requirement(s):
A Senior Certificate or an equivalent qualification.
Recommended subject(s):
Art and Design, Computer Studies, Mathemat
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b. Minimum duration:
Three years.
c. Presentation:
Day classes.
d. Intake for the qualification:
January only.
e. Exclusion and readmission:
See Chapter 2 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
f. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), equivalence and status:
See Chapter 30 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
g. Research:
The student should be capable of doing the relevant research concurrently with the practical
execution of assignments. Examination: at third-year level, student portfolios are evaluated
by a panel that includes an external moderator.
h. Subject credits:
Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject.
CURRICULUM
SUBJECTS PRINTED IN BOLD ARE NOT FOR REGISTRATION PURPOSES.
FIRST YEAR
CODE SUBJECT CREDIT PREREQUISITE SUBJECT(S)
DFD110T Drawing for Design I
DFD11PT Drawing for Design: Figure Studies I (0,040)
DFD11QT Drawing for Design: General Drawing I (0,040)
DFD11RT Drawing for Design: Presentation (0,040)
Drawing I
DFD11ST Drawing for Design: Principles of (0,040)
Construction IDFD11TT Drawing for Design: Technical Drawing I (0,040)
DGS120T Design Studies I
DGS12PT Design Studies: Typography I (0,100)
DGS12QT Design Studies: Three-Dimensional (0,100)
Design I
DGS12RT Design Studies: Two-Dimensional (0,100)
Design I
DTE100T Design Technology I
DTE10PT Design Technology: Design Principles I (0,150)
DTE10QT Design Technology: Study of Materials I (0,150)
HAD100T History of Art and Design I (0,100)
PDP100T Professional Design Practice I (0,100)
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE FIRST YEAR: 1,000
SECOND YEAR
CODE SUBJECT CREDIT PREREQUISITE SUBJECT(S)
DTE200T Design Technology II
DTE20PT Design Technology: Construction (0,100) Drawing for Design: Principles of
Methods II Construction I
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DTE20QT Design Technology: Theory of Materials II (0,100) Design Technology: Study of
Materials I
DTE20RT Design Technology: Technical Services II (0,100)
DTH200T Design Theory II (0,100) History of Art and Design I
IND210T Interior Design II
IND21PT Interior Design: Interior Design II (0,100) Design Studies: Two-Dimensional
Design I
IND21QT Interior Design: Typography II (0,100) Design Studies: Typography I
PDP200T Professional Design Practice II (0,100) Professional Design Practice I
PMH200T Presentation Methods II
PMH20PT Presentation Methods: Model Building II (0,075) Design Studies: ThreeDimensional
Design I
Design Studies: Two-Dimensional
Design I
PMH20QT Presentation Methods: Presentation (0,075) Drawing for Design: Presentation
Drawing II Drawing I
Design Studies: Two-Dimensional
Design I
PMH20RT Presentation Methods: Photography II (0,075)
PMH20ST Presentation Methods: Technical (0,075) Drawing for Design: Technical
Drawing II Drawing I
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE SECOND YEAR: 1,000
THIRD YEAR
CODE SUBJECT CREDIT PREREQUISITE SUBJECT(S)
DTE300T Design Technology III
DTE30PT Design Technology: Construction (0,084) Design Technology: Construction
Methods III Methods II
DTE30QT Design Technology: Theory of Materials III (0,083) Design Technology: Theory of
Materials II
DTE30RT Design Technology: Technical Services III (0,083) Design Technology: Technical
Services II
DTH300T Design Theory III (0,100) Design Theory II
IDG300T Interior Design Practice III (0,100)
IND310T Interior Design III (0,250) Interior Design II
PDP300T Professional Design Practice III (0,100) Professional Design Practice II
PMH300T Presentation Methods III
PMH30PT Presentation Methods: Model Building III (0,066) Interior Design II
Presentation Methods: Model
Building II
PMH30QT Presentation Methods: Presentation (0,067) Interior Design II
Drawing III Presentation Methods:
Presentation Drawing II
PMH30RT Presentation Methods: Photography III (0,067) Presentation Methods:
Photography II
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE THIRD YEAR: 1,000
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE QUALIFICATION: 3,000
SUBJECT INFORMATION (OVERVIEW OF SYLLABUS)
The syllabus content is subject to change to accommodate industry changes. Please note that a more detailed
syllabus is available at the department or in the study guide that is applicable to a particular subject. On 01
September 2017, the syllabus content was defined as follows:
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D
DESIGN STUDIES: THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN I (DGS12QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Introduction to materials and techniques for scale model building. Building of small-scale models of interiors.
Includes practical presentations. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
DESIGN STUDIES: TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN I (DGS12RT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Exposure to two-dimensional and three-dimensional space as a starting point for interior design. (Total tuition
time: ± 272 hours)
DESIGN STUDIES: TYPOGRAPHY I (DGS12PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Basic insight into various traditional categories of typography is gained through two-dimensional design. Various
typefaces and fonts are used to develop solutions for design related problems. (Total tuition time:
± 136 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: CONSTRUCTION METHODS II (DTE20PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Students’ theoretical knowledge of building and finishing materials for interior and display designs is expanded.
This knowledge is required for practical application in construction work through detailed technical
and construction drawings. (Total tuition time: ± 34 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: CONSTRUCTION METHODS III (DTE30PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Students’ theoretical knowledge of building and finishing materials for interior and display designs is expanded.
This knowledge is required for practical application in construction work through detailed technical and
construction drawings. Construction solutions are aimed at multi-storey buildings. (Total tuition time: ± 51 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: DESIGN PRINCIPLES I (DTE10PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Knowledge and application of the principles of design. Understanding the psychology and theories that influence
design. Includes written and practical presentations. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: STUDY OF MATERIALS I (DTE10QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
The subject will cover an introduction to the different types of building materials and finishes. The interior
design student should become familiar with and understand the properties of each of these materials in order
to incorporate them in their designs. (Total tuition time: ± 51 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: TECHNICAL SERVICES II (DTE20RT) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: TECHNICAL SERVICES III (DTE30RT) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
A study of the effects of natural environmental factors, such as humidity, heat, sound, air and light, on interior
conditions. Students acquire knowledge of the services required in the interior environment, for example,
sanitation, lighting, electricity, water supply and air-conditioning. (Total tuition time: ± 51 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: THEORY OF MATERIALS II (DTE20QT) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
This subject is aimed at expanding students’ theoretical knowledge of building materials and finishes for interior
and exterior exhibition designs. This knowledge will be applied practically in construction work through
detailed technical and construction drawings. (Total tuition time: ± 51 hours)
DESIGN TECHNOLOGY: THEORY OF MATERIALS III (DTE30QT) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
This subject is aimed at expanding students’ theoretical knowledge of building materials and finishes for
interior and exterior building spaces. This knowledge will be applied practically by means of specification
documents and working drawing annotations. (Total tuition time: ± 51 hours)
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DESIGN THEORY II (DTH200T) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Studies in the development and progression of interior design, from the Early Renaissance to Industrialised
design. Includes written exams, written documentation and verbal presentation. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
DESIGN THEORY III (DTH300T) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Studies in the development and progression of interior design, from Post Industrialisation to Contemporary
design. Includes written exams, written documentation and verbal presentation. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
DRAWING FOR DESIGN: FIGURE STUDIES I (DFD11PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Drawing of the human body for inclusion in interior design. (Total tuition time: ± 136 hours)
DRAWING FOR DESIGN: GENERAL DRAWING I (DFD11QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
General introduction to drawing skills, including line usage, composition, value and texture. (Total tuition time:
± 102 hours)
DRAWING FOR DESIGN: PRESENTATION DRAWING I (DFD11RT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Drawing methods and techniques used for applying colour to two-dimensional and three-dimensional drawings
in order to visually communicate a final design, concept or work of art. (Total tuition time: ± 136 hours)
DRAWING FOR DESIGN: PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION I (DFD11ST) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
An introduction to practical building construction. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
DRAWING FOR DESIGN: TECHNICAL DRAWING I (DFD11TT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Planning and executing well laid-out drawings to facilitate an understanding of construction and design. (Total
tuition time: ± 136 hours)
H
HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN I (HAD100T) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Studies in the development and progression of interior design, from early civilisations to Medieval design.
Includes written exams, written documentation and verbal presentation. (Total tuition time: ± 68 hours)
I
INTERIOR DESIGN III (IND310T) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
The student is exposed to the planning and design of interiors and exteriors for both commercial and residential
buildings. This includes the installation of furniture, lighting, textures and surface finishes, as well as all
technical services and working drawings. The execution of practical projects requires advanced research and
design skills. (Total tuition time: ± 340 hours)
INTERIOR DESIGN PRACTICE III (IDG300T) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
The student is exposed to a working environment relating to all facets of the design field. Feedback on the
practical experience as perceived by the student, as well as the employer, is obtained. This also involves
role-playing in the different situations that the student may encounter in practice after graduation. (Total tuition
time: ± 6 weeks per annum)
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INTERIOR DESIGN: INTERIOR DESIGN II (IND21PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
The planning and design of interiors and exteriors for both public and private buildings. This includes the
installation of accessories, furniture, lighting, textures and surface finishes, as well as all technical services,
such as sanitation and air-conditioning. The design of window displays, exhibitions and shops. Final projects
are taught to be presented in a visually pleasing manner and to industry standards. (Total tuition time: ± 408
practical hours)
INTERIOR DESIGN: TYPOGRAPHY II (IND21QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Attention is paid to practical typographic design and the three-dimensional aspects of lettering. Basic insight
into the various traditional categories of typography is gained through two-dimensional design. This knowledge
is then applied in interior design. (Total tuition time: ± 86 hours)
P
PROFESSIONAL DESIGN PRACTICE I (PDP100T) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Students are made familiar with the computer and are introduced to programmes such as Adobe IIIustrator,
Adobe Photoshop and Autodesk AutoCAD. (Total tuition time: ± 170 hours)
PROFESSIONAL DESIGN PRACTICE II (PDP200T) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
This subject has three-parts. It firstly includes a theoretical part that deals with specifications writing, cost
accounting, contract procedure, scheduling, building regulations and project management. Secondly it deals
with computer training in Autodesk AutoCAD and Autodesk Revit. Lastly Adobe Photoshop is used as a visual;
communication aid and links to Presentation Drawing II and Interior Design II. (Total tuition time: ± 170 hours)
PROFESSIONAL DESIGN PRACTICE III (PDP300T) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
This subject is divided into two-parts: the first part includes both computer training in Autodesk Revit and the
second is a theoretical part that facilitates the management of the practice of Interior Design. (Total tuition
time: ± 170 hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: MODEL BUILDING II (PMH20PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Scale models of design projects are built to show their layout and design. Students are equipped with thorough
knowledge of materials and how to use them and with the skills to create surfaces and textures. (Total
tuition time: ± 68 hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: MODEL BUILDING III (PMH30PT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Scale models of design projects are built to show their layout and design. The execution of model building at
third-year level requires advanced techniques. Students are therefore equipped with advanced knowledge
of materials and how to use them and with the skills to create surfaces and textures. (Total tuition time: ± 68
hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: PHOTOGRAPHY II (PMH20RT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Technical instruction in the use of the camera and other photographic equipment. (Total tuition time: ± 86
hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: PHOTOGRAPHY III (PMH30RT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Technical instruction in the use of the camera and other photographic equipment. These techniques are
applied to the documentation of information related to design analyses, as well as in the presentation of completed
projects. (Total tuition time: ± 86 hours)
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PRESENTATION METHODS: PRESENTATION DRAWING II (PMH20QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Applied drawing techniques for creating digital two-dimensional and three-dimensional presentation drawings
in a variety of mediums. (Total tuition time: ± 86 hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: PRESENTATION DRAWING III (PMH30QT) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
The development of two-dimensional techniques and methods in order to communicate the design idea. Research
on the rendering of volume, atmosphere, tonal values and colour by means of any suitable medium or
mixed media techniques, as well as exposure to computer-aided presentation techniques. The final presentation
should be of a professional standard. (Total tuition time: ± 86 hours)
PRESENTATION METHODS: TECHNICAL DRAWING II (PMH20ST) PRACTICAL EVALUATION
(Subject custodian: Department of Visual Communication)
Continuing at executing well laid-cuts drawings, more elements such as dimensions and annotations as
well as advance explaining more advanced construction methods. and drawings with more detail drawings,
sections and more elaborate annotations. Applied construction for Interior Design II. (Total tuition time: ± 86
hours)