A Message From The Chair
Welcome to the Department of Interior Design at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University.
The Interior Design Program recognizes the value of cultural diversity as well as Islamic traditions and advancement of Saudi cultural and social values. The program also acknowledges the importance of historic reference, technology and creativity related to the profession of interior design. The department and faculty are committed to excellence in educating future leaders and professionals that are equipped with the most current knowledge and abilities.
Graduates of the Interior Design program are equipped to become future leaders and professionals who will contribute to a sustainable community and economic development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the surrounding Gulf region through designing interior environments that demonstrate an awareness of the health, safety and welfare of the public.
The Interior Design Program is committed to providing excellence in the academic and educational experience to female students through awarding a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Interior Design. The Interior Design curriculum meets international standards and follows American interior design curriculums developed according to the requirements of the Council of Interior Design Accreditation of the USA. Although the degree is designed for graduates to enter the practice of interior design in Saudi Arabia, graduates for this program are prepared to continue their studies in appropriate graduate schools in Saudi and abroad.
The faculties of the interior design department are committed to the educational success of the students who enter the program. Each faculty member offers her own expertise in the areas of theoretical and technical knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving skills, teamwork, leadership and practical experience. Since all courses are taught in English, each faculty member is proficient in the English language. Faculty research include environments for children, color perception, teaching pedagogy, privacy issues related to Saudi residential environments and analysis of cultural and social control using the built environment.
We welcome you to explore the varied career possibilities that a degree in interior design provides. Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information
Dr. E. Jeannine Grantham
Chair and Assistant Professor
Department of Interior Design
College of Engineering
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University