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Introduction

Coming to the year 2016, it is the period for Asean Economic Community (AEC) with aims to integrate South-east Asia’s diverse economies into a single market and global economy. Indonesia has strategic position and great opportunity with its biggest population among the Asean country. The government defines that creative industries are developed by individual creativity skill and talents with potential for wealth and job creation through the generation. One advantage of an integrated economic community is that movement of goods, services, investments and professionals will be much easier. These movements will have a great influence in property sector as well. In order to fulfill their need and lifestyle people have started to realize the sensitivity of design business and tendency to use the current trend. Therefore, the opportunity of business in the Interior Design sector has become widely open. This opportunity has increased the needs of professional human resource. Since 2008, BINUS University has opened Interior Design Department in School of Design. We have been prepared our graduates to be succeed in interior industry as well as they will be prepared to join the global community. Our vision is to become a world class interior design department, delivering international standard designers with strength in local indigenous and latest technology. Interior Design’s graduates of BINUS UNIVERSITY will become professional in a global environment. They will be prepared professionally and scientifically. Therefore, by finishing their Bachelor program, they can step into practical works directly. Graduates will have the ability to designing hospitality and commercial design or furniture and interior design accessories. These graduates will not only have scientific and practical abilities in Interior Design sector, however they will also have spirit and entrepreneurship skill in the future. Catalog 2013 (PDF), Catalog 2014 (PDF), Catalog 2015 (PDF), Catalog 2016 (PDF), Catalog 2017 (PDF)

Vision

A world class Interior Design Department, delivering international standard designers with strengths in local values, IT and green design.

Mission

The  mission of Interior Design Department is to contribute to the global community through the provision of world-class education by:
  1. Educating students in the fundamental skills of designing, with a focus on the latest technology, eco design and local content by providing excellent study facilities and internships that prepare students for global service industries or for continuing to an advance degree in interior design or related disciplines.
  2. Preparing students who have a strong sense of ethics and local values, an entrepreneurial spirit, and are ready to take on strategic positions in service industries and make a contribution to society.
  3. Recognizing and rewarding the most creative and value-adding talents.
  4. Improving the quality of life of Indonesians and the International community.
  5. Designing creative products and conducting professional services in interior design fields with an emphasis on the application of knowledge to society.
   

Program Objective

The objectives of the program are:
  1. To provide students with innovative and creative design abilities, especially in eco design and local content, by using the latest technology and approaches.
  2. To provide students with design abilities and knowledge, ranging from fundamental principles to applied skills and abilities.
  3. To prepare students with necessary skills and knowledge of interior design that enables them to become an entrepreneur or a professional in a global environment.
   

Student Outcomes

After completing the study, graduates are:
  1. Able to arrange interior concept based on human behavior, technical aspect, and values that related to interior design.
  2. Able to design an interior concept independently in manual or using design tools based on information technology and computing to fulfill user community needs for residential to public space project based on design theory, user need study, and interior design problems.
  3. Able to design thematic interior element (furniture, wall, ceiling and floor) based on technical characteristic and material aesthetic.
  4. Able to produce interior design planning as a proposed problem solving and fulfill community needs that accountable and qualified in function, aesthetic, construction, and meaningful.
  5. Able to communicate ideas in visual language that communicative and informative.
  6. Able to design an interior and its elements that prioritize local indigenous, green design and sustainability.
  7. Able to produce interior design work that has good selling value as a professional or entrepreneur (designpreneur).
  8. Able to build independent business in interior design.
  9. Able to design an interior, with utilizing information technology and recent communication.
  10. Able to develop interior design project based on local indigenous.
  11. Able to analyze human needs to develop eco-interior design project.
  12. Able to produce furniture and home accessories based on local indigenous.
  13. Able to analyze human ergonomic in producing eco-furniture & home accessories product.

Prospective Career of the Graduates

Graduate will be prepared not only as professional interior designer, however they will also be able to create and open new work opportunity for other profession which are related; because of their ability to be an entrepreneur. This availability of work opportunity such as: Commercial and Hospitality Design
  • Interior design consultant
  • Interior design contractor
  • Real estate/property contractor
  • Project Management
  • Project Marketing
  • Procurement
  • Purchasing
  • Merchandising
  • Setting designer
  • Commercial retailer
  • Exhibition organizer
  • Visual merchandise/window display designer
  • Stylist for interior magazine
  • Book writer
  • Lighting designer
Furniture and Interior Design Accessories
  • Interior design consultant
  • Interior design contractor
  • Furniture designer
  • Manufacturer of Interior accessories
  • Furniture & home accessories shop/ gallery owner
  • Retailer
  • Stylist for magazine/ production house
  • Interior Decorator/Home decorator
  • Home accessories designer
  • Book writer
  • Trader
  • Supplier (furniture/ accessories interior)
  • Workshop owner
  • Product Development
  • Retail Manager
  • Buyer Merchandizing
 

Course Structure for Binusian 2021

Sem Code Course Name SCU Total
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila 2 20
ARTS6004 History of Western Art 2
DSGN6186 Sense of Design 4
DSGN6193 Interior Drawing* 4
ARTS6001 Art Principles* 2
ARCH6083 Interior Technical Drawing 4
English University Courses I
ENGL6128 English in Focus 2
ENGL6130 English for Business Presentation 2
2 CHAR6014 Character Building: Kewarganegaraan 2 21
ARTS6005 History of Eastern Art* 2
CIVL6067 Material Knowledge I 2
DSGN6194 Interior Design I: Residential* 4
DSGN6195 Furniture Design I: Residential* 4
CIVL6068 Drafting and Detail Construction 4
LANG6061 Indonesian 1
English University Courses II
ENGL6129 English Savvy 2
ENGL6131 English for Written Business Communication 4
3 CHAR6015 Character Building: Agama 2 22
DSGN6196 Interior Design II: Retail* 4
DSGN6197 Furniture Design II: Retail* 4
DSGN6198 Computer 2D Drawing* 4
CIVL6069 Material Knowledge II 2
ENTR6003 Entrepreneurship I 2
DSGN6261 Presentation Techniques* 4
4 DSGN6201 Ergonomic and Anthropometry 2 22
DSGN6365 Portfolio Presentation*/** 4
ARTS6006 History of Indonesian Art* 2
DSGN6042 Green Design 2
Stream : Commercial and Hospitality Design
DSGN6199 Interior Design III: Office* 6
DSGN6200 Computer 3D Drawing for Interior* 4
DSGN6203 Lighting Design for Commercial & Hospitality 2
Stream : Furniture and Interior Design Accessories
DSGN6217 Furniture Design III: Office* 6
DSGN6218 Computer 3D Drawing for Furniture* 4
DSGN6219 Finishing and Furniture Knowledge I 2
5 DSGN6207 Interior Design History, Culture and Aesthetic* 2 22
DSGN6037 Interior Design Methodology 2
ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II 2
Stream : Commercial and Hospitality Design
DSGN6204 Interior Design IV: Commercial and Hospitality Project 6
DSGN6205 Computer 3D Interior Rendering*/** 4
DSGN6206 Visual Merchandising* 2
CIVL6070 Building Component Theory and Regulation 2
DSGN6208 Interior Forecasting 2
Stream : Furniture and Interior Design Accessories
DSGN6220 Furniture Design IV: Commercial and Hospitality Project 6
DSGN6221 Computer 3D Furniture Rendering*/** 4
DSGN6222 Photography* 2
DSGN6224 Furniture Forecasting 2
DSGN6225 Finishing and Furniture Knowledge II 2
6 Enrichment Program I 15 15
7 Enrichment Program II 16 16
8 DSGN7032 Final Project 8 8
Total Credits 146 SCU
*) This course is delivered in English **) Entrepreneurship Embedded English University Courses: -) For 1st Semester : English University Courses I, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English in Focus, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Business Presentation. -) For 2nd Semester: English University Courses II, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English Savvy, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Written Business Communication. -) Students must pass English Savvy with a minimum Grade of C. Enrichment Program I (6th Semester) & Enrichment Program II (7th Semester): -) Student will take one of enrichment program tracks (off campus).   Enrichment Track Scheme
Track Semester 6 Semester 7
I RS ENTR CD SA *etc I RS ENTR CD SA *etc
1 v v
2 v v
3 v v
4 v v
5 v v
6 v v
7 v v
8 v v
9 v v
Notes: I               : Internship RS           : Research ENTR     : Entrepreneurship CD          : Community Development SA           : Study Abroad *etc         : Department specific needs   Notes: Student can choose one of the available tracks

Prerequisite for Binusian 2021

There is no prerequisite for this program.

Quality Controlled Courses for Binusian 2021

Student should pass all of these quality controlled courses as listed below:
No Code Course Code Minimum Grade
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila B
2 ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II C
3 DSGN6186 Sense of Design* C
4 ARCH6083 Interior Technical Drawing C
5 DSGN6196 Interior Design II: Retail C
6 DSGN6037 Interior Design Methodology* C
Stream: Commercial and Hospitality Design
7 DSGN6199 Interior Design III: Office* C
8 DSGN6208 Interior Forecasting C
Stream: Furniture and Interior Design Accessories
7 DSGN6217 Furniture Design III: Office* C
8 DSGN6224 Furniture Forecasting C
*) Tutorial & Multipaper  

Source : BINUS UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL CURRICULUM SITE


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