Urban Design and Landscape Architecture
The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture comprises six academic departments:
- Communication and Design
- Fine Arts
- Graphic Design
- Interior Architecture and Environmental Design
- Urban Design and Landscape Architecture
These departments offer undergraduate programs that lead to Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.), Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
degrees. The graduate programs of the Faculty include Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree programs in
the areas of Media and Design, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in the area of Media and Visual Studies, an interdisciplinary doctoral program in Art, Design and Architecture, and Ph.D. in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design.
The educational principles of the faculty are based upon the fact that the creative process in art and design relies on a broad body of knowledge for direction and inspiration. Guided by this principle, the degree programs aim to train highly competent research, design and performance oriented artists having a deep understanding of basic concepts, modern design and performance methods. The international and multidisciplinary composition of the academic staff allows the provision of interdisciplinary programs, as well as particular courses of study to meet individual educational needs.