Courses
The Interior Design program requires two years of study for students holding a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Interior Environment Option). Applicants with other design degrees will be evaluated individually to determine entry level. Students holding a university degree from a non-design related discipline are required to successfully complete the pre-masters year. For details refer to the Undergraduate Calendar; Faculty of Architecture, Bachelor of Environmental Design/Interior Environment option year or online at www.umanitoba.ca under general course calendar/architecture.

Graduates from the department are providing leadership in the Interior Design profession nationally and internationally as principles of leading design firms, heads of professional interior design organizations, cutting edge designers and professors of design education. Many maintain an association with the department through the Partners Program or serve in an advisory role.

MASTER OF INTERIOR DESIGN COURSES

Pre-Master Interior Design (2016)
 
EVIE 3008 Interior Design Studio 3.1 6
EVIE 3004 Materials, Assemblies and Detailing 3
EVIE 3002 History / Theory of Interior Design I 3
EVIE 4002 Indoor Systems 1 3
EVIE 3010 Interior Design Studio 3.2  3
EVIE 3006 Interior Design Media 3
EVIE 4004 Interior Systems 2 3
 EVIE 4008 Digital Media 3
  Total Credit Hours 30
*Up to 30 additional credits may be required

 

First - Professional Master of Interior Design
Master of Interior Design Year 1
GRAD 7500 Academic Integrity Tutorial 0
IDES 7180 Theory Seminar 1 3
IDES 7200 Masters Studio 1 6
IDES 7210 Masters Studio 2 6
IDES 7240 Sensory Technology 5 3
IDES 7280 Advanced Topics in Contemporary Design 3
IDES 7290 Work Experience Program (winter/summer) 0
IDES 7170 Design Research Methods 3
 
Master of Interior Design Year 2
IDES 7000 Graduate Seminar (Pass/Fail) 3
IDES 7190 Theory Seminar 2 3
IDES 7220 Masters Studio 3 6
IDES 7230 Sensory Technology 4 3
IDES 7250 Professionalism and Practice 3
  Electives (to be taken during the first 2 years of study 6
  Advisor Approval required)  
 GRAD 7030 Practicum Project 0
  Total Credit Hours M.I.D. Year 1 and Year 2
48
 


Post-Professional Mast of Interior Design Year 1 & 2

GRAD 7500 Academic Integrity Tutorial 0
IDES 7170 Design Research Methods 3
IDES 7180 Theory Seminar 1 3
IDES 7190 Theory Seminar 2 3
IDES 7280 Adavance Topics in Contemporary Design 3
  Electives (Advisor Approval Required) 9
  Total Credit Hours

21

Advice on registration and other program-related issues can be obtained from the Graduate Student Adviser, Yvonne Halden (yvonne.halden@umanitoba.ca or 204 474 8769).