Grading Table

Since December 2013 EASD in Zamora, following the recommendations of the European Union, is developing the ECTS Grading Table. From 2014-2015 academic year will be possible for international students to issue transcripts of records including the GRADING TABLE, which is a table presenting the distribution of the national/local grades.

 

GRADING TABLE. 2015

[ ECTS User's Guide 2015, pages 39-41 and Annex 2 ]

It is the recommended system for grade conversion

 

CYCLE : BACHELOR

DEGREE TITLE: Bachelor of Interior Design

ISCED: 0212

Academic years considered: 2012-2013 / 2013-2014 / 2014-2015



TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS:  [240 ECTS]

TOTAL LENGTH:        4 academic years

   7 semesters + 1 semester [Bachelor's Thesis+internship]

STUDY MODE:                 Full time
LANGUAGE OF STUDY: Spanish


The artistic teachings of the Bachelor Degree in Interior Design have qualified training for professionals as their main objective in the field of design, in order to understand, define and optimize the products and services of design in different fields, to master the artistic, technological, humanistic and scientific knowledge and the methods and procedures associated with them, as well as generating/creating meaningful artistic, cultural, social and environmental values to respond to the current social and technological changes.

The profile of a graduate in Interior Design corresponds to a qualified professional able to conceive, support and document a creative process through the master of theoretical and practical principles of design and project methodology, able to integrate several languages, techniques and technologies in the proper materialization of messages, environments and products.

Professional profile of the Bachelor Degree in Interior Design

The interior designer is a professional able to analyze, investigate and project, to manage team projects and the implementation of interior design works, as well as to act as a direct interlocutor with public administrations involved in their professional field.

The main fields in which this activity is developed are:

Housing and design of interior spaces for habitat.

Design of commercial and leisure spaces.

Design of administrative spaces.

Design of educational, cultural and recreational spaces.

Design of temporary spaces.

Housing renovation.

Landscape gardening and design of public spaces.

Management of creative activities.

Design of interior spaces in the different means of transport.

Management of building works, measuring, budgets and risk assessment within the field of interior design.

Management of works within the field of interior design.

Research and Teaching.


CURRICULUM OF BACHELOR DEGREE INTERIOR DESIGN

 

1st YEAR  [BASIC FORMATION]

SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT

ECTS

Weekly hours

FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN

Fundamentals of Design

6

3

Project Methodology

4

2

LANGUAGES AND TECHNIQUES OF REPRESENTATION AND COMMUNICATION

Graphic Representation

6

3

Fundamentals of Colour

4

2

Descriptive Geometry

6

3

Volume & Space

6

3

Audiovisual Media

4

2

Digital Technology

4

2

SCIENCE APPLIED TO DESIGN

Scientific Fundamentals

4

2

HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS AND DESIGN

History of Contemporary Arts and Design

6

3

CULTURE OF DESIGN

Culture of Design

6

3

DESIGN MANAGEMENT

Design Management

4

2

TOTAL

60

30

  Yearly subjects

 

  2nd YEAR  [OBLIGATORY FORMATION]

SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT

ECTS

Duration

Weekly hours

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO INTERIOR DESIGN

Materials

3

[1S]

3

Processes and Structures 

4

[2S]

4

Science Applied to Interior Design

3

[1S]

3

Installations

4

[2S]

4

CULTURE OF DESIGN

Technical and Commercial English

2 + 2

[1S + 2S]

2 + 2

HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN

History of the Twentieth Century Architecture

3

[1S]

3

History of Interior Design

3

[2S]

3

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS

Interior Design Projects I

4

[1S]

4

Interior Design Projects II

6

[2S]

6

Architectonic Representation

4

[1S]

4

Analysis of Architectural Spaces

4

[2S]

4

Presentation and Communication

4

[1S]

4

Models and Prototypes

3 + 3

[1S + 2S]

3 + 3

2D CAD Applied: Basic

4

[1S]

4

2D CAD Applied: Advanced

4

[2S]

4

TOTAL

60

 

30

Semestral subjects   1st Semester [1S]  2nd Semester [2S]

 

 3st YEAR [OBLIGATORY FORMATION]

SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT

ECTS

Duration

Weekly hours

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO INTERIOR DESIGN

Construction

4

[1S]

4

Construction and pathology 

4

[2S]

4

Conditioning

4

[1S]

4

HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN

Sociology of design

4

[2S]

4

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS

Interior design projects III

7

[1S]

7

Interior design projects IV

7

[2S]

7

Environmental Graphic

4

[2S]

4

Design elements of identity and marketing

4

[1S]

4

Measurements & budget

4

[2S]

4

3D CAD applied to interior design

4

[1S]

4

Virtual models applied to interior design

4

[2S]

4

 

OPTATIVE

Museology and museography or Research of design

Lanscape and garden or Window dressing

3

[1S]

3

Experimental constructions or Packaging or Advanced Models

4

[1S]

4

 

Ephemeral architectures

Scenography or Interior Graphic Resources

3

[2S]

3

TOTAL

60

 

30

Semestral subjects   1st Semester [1S]  2nd Semester [2S]

 

 4th YEAR [OBLIGATORY FORMATION]

SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT

ECTS

Duration

Weekly hours

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO INTERIOR DESIGN

Applied New Materials and Technologies

4

[1S]

4

DESIGN MANAGEMENT

Business management

4

[1S]

4

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS

Interior design projects V

8

[1S]

8

Construction works management

4

[1S]

4

OPTATIVE

Museology and museography or Research of design

3

[1S]

3

Experimental constructions or Packaging or Advanced Models

4

[1S]

4

Lanscape and garden or Window dressing

3

[1S]

3

FP

Final Project [Bachelor's Thesis]

30

[2S]

 

TRAINING

Internship

[2S]

 

TOTAL

60

 

30

Semestral subjects   1st Semester [1S]  2nd Semester [2S]