INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAM (THESIS)

In Interior Architecture and Environmental Design Master’s Degree Program, graduates who received undergraduate education in the fields of physical planning such as Architecture, Interior Architecture, Industrial Design, Landscape, Urban and Regional Planning Departments will gain experience with the education given in environmental and cultural context in the subjects such as interior design and furniture design.

 A graduate education system that is open to new developments and integrated with the world is targeted to educate internal designers who can produce sufficient technical and aesthetic solutions, who are equipped with the necessary professional knowledge, prioritize quality, aim to provide world class education in design and application, use modern technologies, and aim to train self-confident interior architects.

Interior Architecture Master’s Degree Program was opened in the Spring Semester of 2002-2003 Academic Year. Institute of Sciences Interior Architecture Master’s Degree Program is carried out in line with core values such as training individuals who have original, creative thinking, self-confidence, absolute compliance with scientific criteria, universality, transparency, rigor, original and solution-oriented thinking, sharing, encouraging cooperation, and developing interdisciplinary programs.

Period of Study

Program with Thesis: 2 Academic Years (4 Semesters)

  • Medium of instruction in the Interior Architecture Program is Turkish.
  • The program is a master’s degree program with thesis.
  • Interior Architecture Program consists of 120 ECTS.
  • For the students who do not graduate from the related department, a "Preparatory Program" with a content to be determined by the Department may be required for 2 semesters.
  • In order to graduate, students must prepare “Master's Thesis” in addition to the normal course load.
  • To enter ALES exam and get a minimum score of 55 from the quantitative score type,

Program Opening Periods

Applications to the program are accepted twice a year in the Fall and Spring semesters.

The Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, which adopts the principle of raising academics and professionals equipped with the knowledge required by the academy and business world of the Graduate Education Institute, has two graduate programs. These are Interior Architecture Master's Program with Thesis and Environmental Design Master's Program with Thesis.

The purpose of our graduate programs in our department; To increase the researcher potential, to examine scientific events in depth with interdisciplinary work and to provide our graduate students with an analytical approach. Our education program brings a holistic approach to current issues and problems in the fields of art, technique and science, on the basis of theory-practice-research, with universal studies.

Prof. Dr. Rana Kutlu
Head of M.S.

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GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR APPLICATION TO ALL PROGRAMS

During the application candidates must bring the following:

  • Copy of Diploma or Temporary Graduation Certificate,
  • Copy of Transcript,
  • Copy of ALES Certificate,
  • Certificate of Military Service Status (For male candidates),
  • 2 passport photos,
  • Copy of the Identity Card,
  • Copy of the Foreign Language Certificate for PhD Programs,

During the final registration students must submit the following:

 

  • Certified copy of Diploma or Temporary Graduation Certificate,
  • Certified copy of Transcript,
  • ALES Certificate, (To be printed out at the Institute.)ALES Certificate, (To be printed out at the Institute.)
  • Original of Military Service Status (For male candidates),
  • 6 passport photos,
  • Foreign Language Certificate for PhD Programs, (To be printed out at the Institute)
  • First installment of Tuition Fee,
Head of M.S. Prof. Dr. Rana Kutlu
E-Mail r.kutlu@iku.edu.tr
Tel (0212) 498 41 17
Fax (0212) 661 85 36
Program Coordinator Instructor Meltem Çetinel
E-Mail m.cetinel@iku.edu.tr
Tel (0212) 498 40 67
Faks  (0212) 661 85 36