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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE MASTER COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
IAGR 501 Graduate Studio I (3 0 3)
In an effort to meet the community needs as well as to stay on the cutting edge of development, growth and prosperity, students are expected to design and develop detailed programs as a result of extensive research for the given design problem. The projects are expected to include a study of color, lighting, HVAC and fire safety according to the facilities / amenities that will take place within the project supported with feasibility reports considering the needs and preferences of users, and information regarding building regulations and codes.
IAGR 503 Research Methods (3 0 3)
A course designed to initiate the graduate student of interior architecture to the methods of research and to independent work as required in graduate study. This scope is achieved by a two-track course conducted simultaneously. On one hand, the theory of research is introduced through lectures, discussions and readings, with a particular stress on design and planning. On the other hand, students are invited to make field studies such as interviews and measurements, and analyze data collected from these studies. The results of the studies are submitted in the form of papers and presented to the group by the student. Each student is expected to prepare a final term paper at the end of the semester. This paper covers the studies achieved during the semester and is structured as a model research report.
IAGR 590 Graduate Seminar (Non-credit)
Providing an opportunity for the students to discuss the development of their thesis. Conducted in the form of seminars presented by all students. This course can be given after the first semester. The grade will be S(satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory). Students cannot complete their thesis before successfully complete this course.
IAGR 591 Special Studies (0 4 0)
Studies related with the thesis subject
IAGR 599 Thesis (Non-credit)
IAGR 502 Graduate Studio II (3 0 3)
The course focuses on the basics of conceptual design approach while discussing the dilemma between human needs and aesthetic considerations. The course becomes a medium where philosophical dimension of design theory meets professional practice. Students are encouraged to transfer their knowledge accumulation acquired during the design process into their projects in an extensive manner. Complex problem solving techniques are adopted to fulfill the requirements and necessities of space programming and organization.