Create a Space for Everyone

The Interior Design program aims to teach students how to analyze design factors based on understanding the project objectives, goals and end user requirements. The course work includes design, analysis, construction and job administration. Students will be expected to conduct a wide range of research and on-site examination of areas selected for project work.

The primary objective of the interior design courses in the American University in the Emirates is to equip students with creative awareness, professional attitudes, imagination and technical knowledge required for this profession. Interior Design is a multifaceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are adopted within the building to maintain and achieve an interior environment through  systematic design processes and techniques. The program objectives are as follows:

  • Create a wide variety of interior designs for any project from concept stage to completion.
  • Develop and implement designs through a variety of new and traditional design options.
  • To become able to apply effective design techniques, principles and theories within one's work.
  • Learn and apply appropriate design tool and terminology.
  • Use effective visual communication when completing projects and presentations.

The College has large design studios, state-of-the-art facilities provided with the latest electronic media and printing equipment and an extensive library filled with the latest tutorial educational resources relevant to interior design. They are all available for students to use in an engaged learning environment.

Students will be studying under the direction of experienced architects, engineers and tutors. Students will work towards projects in both commercial and residential interiors, developing a sense of how people function inside and outside these spaces. They will develop a range of live projects with themes including leisure and public interior spaces.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Attested high school (grade 12) certificate or its equivalent with minimum average of 60% | for scientific and literary streams. Other streams will require a minimum score average of 70% equivalency and a letter will be required for certificate earned outside UAE.
  • English Proficiency
    PBT 500 | iBT 61 | IELTS ACA. 5.0 | PEARSON 44 | IESOL B1/B2 | CAMBRIDGE 154
  • Letter of Interest & Interview

ACCREDITATION

The American University in the Emirates is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Education | caa.ae

FEE STRUCTURE - 2016/17

  • Tuition (One Semester)

    Approx. 20,000 AED
    One academic year is two semesters
  • Admission (One Time)

    3,000 AED

For more information about detailed fees and tution Find here

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

11 COURSES | 33 CREDIT HOURS

A: English Language

The student selects 9 credit hours (3 courses) from the list below

This course is designed to enable students to experience and develop learning and academic skills appropriate for university context. It aims to facilitate the process of orientation and transition into academic excellence and learning culture. Furthermore, it aims to develop confidence in students’ ability to succeed in university requirements.

This course provides students with advanced writing skills in English so that they can successfully pursue their studies in various academic specializations. It helps students to develop, improve, and upgrade their writing and structure skills, and it also acquaints students with technical writing, research papers, and essays since brief research methods are applied in student projects and assignments.

B: Arabic Language

The student selects 3 credit hours (1 course) from the list below

- صُمم هذا المساق لتمكين الطالب الناطق باللغة العربية من المهارات اللغوية الضرورية، وخاصة التركيز على خطوات كتابة التقارير والرسائل الإدارية والبحوث المنهجية؛ ولتحقيق ذلك جاءت المهارات متنوعة ومتدرجة، لتنمية قدرات الطالب على الفهم الصحيح والأداء المتميز لما يقرأ ويسمع، وليكتسب القدرة على كتابة المقالات والتقارير ومحاضر الاجتماعات وتوصيات المؤتمرات والندوات بصورة سليمة، لذا عُني المساق بتدريب الطالب على المهارات الأساسية للكتابة؛ كقواعد الإملاء المتعددة وعلامات الترقيم ونظام الفقرة وكتابة المقال على نحو متدرج.

C: The Natural sciences

The student selects 3 credit hours (1 course) from the list below

The natural science course incorporates a wide range of subjects of sciences such as astronomy, geology, biology, chemistry, and environmental science. The course will present the scientific facts of astronomy, the Earth and its weather, water, and environment, biology, and nutrition with the chemicals of life. The course emphasizes understanding the core principles of different branches of science and their effects on our lives. Moreover, the course explores the scope of natural phenomena, changing environment conditions, general health rules of nutrition, and the variety of living organisms. The course helps the students to acquire skills in observation, critical thinking, analysing, interpreting, understanding and discussing scientific terminology and facts.

This course provides an introduction to sustainable energy, conservation, and energy efficiency within the UAE and the world. It will explore the relationship between energy, environment, economy and ecological well-being. It will discuss energy production from the biology, natural science, environmental science and social sciences perspectives. Students will be introduced to a variety of topics including global warming, climate change, sustainable food production, solid waste management, environmental and natural resources laws. The course includes the growing challenges of climate change and energy crisis and proposes solutions to overcome them.

The ‘Principles of Environmental Science’ course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts of Environmental Science to undergraduate students. It includes topics from different areas of study such as ecology, biology, soil science and atmospheric science. The course aims at raising environmental awareness among students and providing them with the scientific knowledge and skills to identify, prevent and solve environmental problems. Additionally, it deals with ecological concepts, organism interactions, communities and ecosystems. The course focuses on key areas of population dynamics, biodiversity, human activities and the environment managed ecosystems, air quality, water and solid waste management.

D: The social or behavioral sciences

The student selects 3 credit hours (1 courses) from the list below

An introduction to the science of psychology, its theories and foundations. The course is focused on principles and research methodologies, including the following topics: history of psychology, the biology of mind, memory, learning, child and personality development, psychological disorders and therapy. The aim of the course is to introduce the basis of psychology, provide the foundational knowledge to pursue the subject in more depth in the future, and build an ongoing interest in the application of psychology in everyday life.

This course serves as an introduction into the interdisciplinary and multifaceted social sciences. The content on the course covers the range of different disciplines that social sciences consists of, namely: anthropology, sociology, psychology, political science, economics and to a lesser extent also history and geography. The secondary aim of the course is moreover for students to develop their critical thinking skills by engaging actively with material about social issues, social change and social institutions.

This course will examine how women participate and effect political change in a global context. Through a focus on the status of women in society, this course will introduce students to contemporary issues surrounding women’s political participation, representation, and citizenship. Students will develop the ability to think critically about the relationship between sex and gender and the intersections of race, class, religion, law and nation. This course will explore women’s diverse histories, movements, and feminist activism. Students will evaluate whether women’s efforts to achieve equal political rights have worked and what obstacles women still face in accessing political institutions. In addition, students will reflect on a wide-range of policy issues related to violence against women, employment, family values, and reproductive health. This course will also ask what possibilities are available for individuals to take action to improve society and enable women’s full participation as citizens, activists, voters, and politicians.

This course introduces the science of Sociology. Students will examine Society, Institutions and the relationships that make up a social context. The scientific methodology used to study social interactions, stratification and other elements of sociological enquiry will be discussed to emphasize the core concept of sociology as a systematic study of societies and social structures.

This course will introduce the students to the key concepts of philosophy and its principle tools. The course will discuss major thinkers and different schools of philosophical thought, and will apply philosophical analysis to the topics of knowledge, religion, mind, freedom, responsibility, and ethics.

This course will introduce the students to the key concepts of Political Science and its principle tools. The course will discuss the role of main political actors in the field of politics and their function.

E: The humanities or arts

The student selects 9 credit hours (3 courses) from the list below

Innovation is the engine of opportunity and, acting as a catalyst, this course is intended to ignite an interest in innovation and inspire entrepreneurial action. At the core of innovation and entrepreneurship is a commitment to experiential learning that will encourage students to engage in critical thinking, creative problem-solving while also equipping them with the soft skills needed in their pursuit of academic and professional endeavors. Students will discuss the relevance and role of innovation and entrepreneurship in work and life situations; determine opportunities for creative disruption and design a strategy for its implementation; develop a practical understanding of innovation through thoughtful debate and exercises; and demonstrate critical thinking and individual insight with a personal mastery portfolio.

This course introduces students to contemporary Arab arts and aesthetics from the beginning of twentieth century up to date. Emphasize is placed on the formation of contemporary art and design movement in the Arab countries, the driving forces behind the changes in aesthetics from Islamic to Arabic and expression of cultural identity. Special concentration on the role of pioneer figures and the various generations of artists and their influence on contemporary Arab art

This course is a chronological survey of art and design offering students an in-depth understanding of the role of art throughout history with a strong focus on aesthetic values, socio-cultural influences and technical terminology. Architecture, sculpture, painting, decorative arts, prehistoric art, design of the ancient world, the world beyond Europe, early Christian and Islamic art and the art of the Middle-Ages and Gothic period form the foundation of the course material spanning a period from 40,000 BC to 1300 AD.

F: Islamic Studies, History or Culture

The student selects 3 credit hours (1 course) from the list below

This course will offer students’ knowledge to enable them understand the Islamic culture. The course offers a review of the history of Islam and how it is currently the fastest growing religion in the world.

The course is designed to give an in-depth understanding of the Islamic civilization. It deals with the universal principles that went into the making of the Islamic civilization. It examines the basic ideas of Islamic civilization besides exploring their contemporary relevance and challenges. The course seeks to effectively address the notion of the ‘clash of civilizations.’

G: UAE Studies

The student selects 3 credit hours (1 course) from the list below

The course is designed to introduce the UAE and GCC society with its historical background and uniqueness. It is aimed at enabling students to understand the specific features of the society along with its customs, traditions and lifestyle. The course will introduce the processes and the challenges of development as well as the future aspirations of the UAE and GCC Society.

CORE COURSES

9 COURSES | 27 CREDIT HOURS

This course examines color theory as an aid to communication, control and expression in traditional and contemporary design. The fundamental course allows students to explore color topics including color theory, color interaction, and color psychology. Students will study a wide range of creative and technical aspects of color and its use in design, experimenting with traditional mediums and digital applications.

This course provides a core introduction to drawing, covering a wide range of basic and intermediate practical and technical skills. Students will explore approaches and concepts to the subject through manual practice using a comprehensive range of media and with reference to great masters in the field. Traditional and objective drawing skills in the use of line, tone, form and perspective provide the foundation for learning in this course. Students are required to develop their ability to observe, perceive and interpret through drawing the world around them, reflecting their understanding of 2D and 3D space.

This course is one of the fundamental courses in which the students will be introduced to the visual elements of design comprising of: point and line; shape and form; surface and texture; color and value; light and shadow; negative and positive space. The students will practice design principles: unity and variety; similarity; emphasis and point of interest; scale; proportion; and balance. This course is designed to give the students a strong understanding of 2D and 3D visual communications.

Fundamentals of Graphic Illustration and Digital Imaging introduces students to the use of a computer as a powerful digital drawing and imaging tool. The focus of the course is on basic computer skills and use, mastering fundamental digital illustration and imaging skills, and developing efficient working styles. The course learning experience incorporates a variety of visual artwork strategies including but not limited to, color/ texture enhancements, typography, pen/ brush tools, , perspective tool, using different color schemes. This course involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects using Adobe Photoshop/ Illustrator.

This course is a chronological survey of art and design offering students an in-depth understanding of the role of art throughout history with a strong focus on aesthetic values, socio-cultural influences and technical terminology. Architecture, sculpture, painting, decorative arts, prehistoric art, design of the ancient world, the world beyond Europe, early Christian and Islamic art and the art of the Middle-Ages and Gothic period form the foundation of the course material spanning a period from 40,000 BC to 1300 AD.

This course covers the extensive cultural shifts from the early Renaissance through to the 20th century.  Students will study painting, sculpture, furniture architecture as individual works in relation to their geographical, social, political, and religious environments. Also, analysis and comparative study of periodic decorative elements, strong designs and architectural features will be conducted.

Students will investigate a variety of drawing concepts and training in freehand drawing through deep observational practice and exploration of different drawing techniques and mediums. The development of personal expression and problem solving skills is key to this course and it builds on the vocabulary, skills, and concepts learned in Drawing I. The course requires students to explore approaches to portraiture, figure and landscape drawing, advanced composition, drawing in relation to specialized design and color theory in great depth. Critical thinking, problem solving and self-directed improvement are the keys to success in this course.

In this course, students will learn various techniques to construct objects in digital 3D space, as well as physical 3D solutions. Students will follow a concept development process of research and sketching, to generate designs for 3D production. A final original design, related to each student’s major, will be constructed using industry-standard 3D software.

The college considers students’ internship as an essential channel that brings together the college, the students, and the job marketplace. Furthermore, internship is a method that integrates the instructional theoretical backgrounds to real existing practice. The training allows them to work under the observation and guidance of the field supervisor without replacing any regular employee. The internship is closely monitored by a college faculty member as an academic supervisor.

SPECIALIZATION COURSES

17 COURSES | 57 CREDIT HOURS

This course introduces students to the elements that shape interior environments. Students will learn fundamental skills and principles in the design process as it is followed in designing interior design spaces. In addition, students will be introduced to building codes, accessibility and construction codes of inhabiting and accessing spaces.

This course will introduce students to the definition and practice application of the principles of interior design. Students will learn to research apply ergonomics, brief materiality and special atmospheric quality on an interior design project. Anthropometrics and ergonomics will be reviewed and an orientation to the profession at local and national levels will be achieved.

This course will introduce students to the definition and practice application of the principles of interior design. Students will learn to research apply ergonomics, brief materiality and special atmospheric quality on an interior design project. Anthropometrics and ergonomics will be reviewed and an orientation to the profession at local and national levels will be achieved.

Students will research different fiber qualities and properties, which affect the performance of textile products and rating applications. Students will then be able to apply this knowledge to the various uses and applications with emphasis on textiles used for furnishings and soft products.

In this course students, will learn essential skills to design and develop a residential interior design project. At the end of this course students will be able to analyze a client’s brief, space planning and programming, materiality, lighting and building facilities.

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of drafting, orthographic drawings and geometric construction. Students will be able to produce a consistent set of architectural drawings to represent a 3-Dimensional space and to develop the basic technical language and skills of Interior design.

In this course students, will be introduced to interior design construction and servicing systems, according to the building codes and regulations as they affect interior design. Students will learn architectural and interior design terminology and the relationship between construction, services and codes.

This course will introduce students to the communication methods used by Interior Designers and other professionals with the use of different orthographic drawings. The student will be able to draft these drawings by the help of Computer Aided Design Software “AutoCAD” and develop new computer skills in order to produce a complete set of drawings.

In this course, students will learn to research and design furniture for different applications. Students will be exposed to the design and construction processes and development of furniture.

Students will be introduced to commercial design and its technical requirements. They will use their acquired skills to design and develop different commercial spaces for specific clients, enhancing the space with their innovativeness and creativity while maintaining the identity of the client/brand. Students will critically analyze the workspace requirements, then apply the commercial layout techniques, international building codes, and the relevant accessibility codes to come up with a strong functional output offering an attractive and pleasant environment.

Research the technical and aesthetic principles of lighting design to produce atmospheric and spatial qualities of an interior space. Students will then use these principles to design a lighting layout, a light or a lighting source for an interior.

Students will use their acquired skills to design a commercial space using critical design thinking. Students will research and apply various commercial design principles and systems to use in their interior design project.

Students will learn and apply the advanced drafting techniques and functions using industry relevant Building Information & Modeling software. They will be able to model a full project in 3D and produce the complete set of that project including the architectural technical drawings, Isometrics and rendered perspectives.

This course will help the students to produce a set of detailed construction drawings for the execution phase of an interior design project. Students will learn the industry codes and requirements including joinery, custom furniture, architectural elements, and frameworks and detailing.

This course will introduce students to interior design professional practice and entrepreneurship. By the end of the course students should be able to apply these principles to evaluate and establish their career goals and objectives. Students will also learn project management and fundamental business skills in preparation for the industry.

The capstone graduation project is the representation of the students’ in-depth learning and understanding of their field of specialization through a long-term project accomplished in a professional manner.  They are evaluated on their ability to complete this project with originality and quality, applying the skills, techniques and methodologies they have learnt during their course of study.

The student is assigned to research and identify a topic, and develop a detailed research proposal highlighting the goals, objectives, tasks, methodology and time plan. The topic could range from an academic research to school/ community service, student-developed business or any other area of personal interest. The student communicates regularly with his/ her academic-capstone advisor for review, while working constantly to improve the outcome by building upon previously gained expertise. The academic-capstone advisor contributes through meaningful feedback and setting expectations of standards, offering an opportunity for open-ended learning through self-reflection and improvement.

The process is documented, findings are compiled and presented orally as well as in writing through a capstone report.

The project is divided into three dis­tinct phases:

  1. Research and topic selection
  2. Conceptual and design development
  3. Design execution/ design presentation, with necessary documentation and a comprehensive report

This course examines the evolution of interior design through a chronological order of different cultures throughout history staring from the pre-historical period until the late modernism of the early 21st century. It also aims to explore and discuss the evolution of designing, and the changing role of the designer.

FREE ELECTIVES

3 COURSES | 9 CREDIT HOURS

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CORE COURSES

9 COURSES | 27 CREDIT HOURS

This course examines color theory as an aid to communication, control and expression in traditional and contemporary design. The fundamental course allows students to explore color topics including color theory, color interaction, and color psychology. Students will study a wide range of creative and technical aspects of color and its use in design, experimenting with traditional mediums and digital applications.

This course provides a core introduction to drawing, covering a wide range of basic and intermediate practical and technical skills. Students will explore approaches and concepts to the subject through manual practice using a comprehensive range of media and with reference to great masters in the field. Traditional and objective drawing skills in the use of line, tone, form and perspective provide the foundation for learning in this course. Students are required to develop their ability to observe, perceive and interpret through drawing the world around them, reflecting their understanding of 2D and 3D space.

This course is one of the fundamental courses in which the students will be introduced to the visual elements of design comprising of: point and line; shape and form; surface and texture; color and value; light and shadow; negative and positive space. The students will practice design principles: unity and variety; similarity; emphasis and point of interest; scale; proportion; and balance. This course is designed to give the students a strong understanding of 2D and 3D visual communications.

Fundamentals of Graphic Illustration and Digital Imaging introduces students to the use of a computer as a powerful digital drawing and imaging tool. The focus of the course is on basic computer skills and use, mastering fundamental digital illustration and imaging skills, and developing efficient working styles. The course learning experience incorporates a variety of visual artwork strategies including but not limited to, color/ texture enhancements, typography, pen/ brush tools, , perspective tool, using different color schemes. This course involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects using Adobe Photoshop/ Illustrator.

This course is a chronological survey of art and design offering students an in-depth understanding of the role of art throughout history with a strong focus on aesthetic values, socio-cultural influences and technical terminology. Architecture, sculpture, painting, decorative arts, prehistoric art, design of the ancient world, the world beyond Europe, early Christian and Islamic art and the art of the Middle-Ages and Gothic period form the foundation of the course material spanning a period from 40,000 BC to 1300 AD.

This course covers the extensive cultural shifts from the early Renaissance through to the 20th century.  Students will study painting, sculpture, furniture architecture as individual works in relation to their geographical, social, political, and religious environments. Also, analysis and comparative study of periodic decorative elements, strong designs and architectural features will be conducted.

Students will investigate a variety of drawing concepts and training in freehand drawing through deep observational practice and exploration of different drawing techniques and mediums. The development of personal expression and problem solving skills is key to this course and it builds on the vocabulary, skills, and concepts learned in Drawing I. The course requires students to explore approaches to portraiture, figure and landscape drawing, advanced composition, drawing in relation to specialized design and color theory in great depth. Critical thinking, problem solving and self-directed improvement are the keys to success in this course.

In this course, students will learn various techniques to construct objects in digital 3D space, as well as physical 3D solutions. Students will follow a concept development process of research and sketching, to generate designs for 3D production. A final original design, related to each student’s major, will be constructed using industry-standard 3D software.

The college considers students’ internship as an essential channel that brings together the college, the students, and the job marketplace. Furthermore, internship is a method that integrates the instructional theoretical backgrounds to real existing practice. The training allows them to work under the observation and guidance of the field supervisor without replacing any regular employee. The internship is closely monitored by a college faculty member as an academic supervisor.

SPECIALIZATION COURSES

13 COURSES | 54 CREDIT HOURS

In this course, students will learn the techniques and terminology associated with a variety of traditional and digital animation styles. Emphasis is on learning the basic theory and principles that lead to the successful creation of convincing movement and emotion. Projects developed in this course will increase the students’ professional vocabulary and allow them to demonstrate a working knowledge of a range of animation techniques.

This course is an introduction to the history and evolution of animation. Beginning with animation pre-history and continuing to current and emerging technologies, students will examine a timeline of different genres and identify key figures in the development of the industry. In addition to lecture, review of professional work, and classroom discussion, students will construct early animation devices to develop an understanding of the moving image.

This course introduces students to storyboarding and the preproduction process. Students will learn how to translate concepts such as shot types, continuity, pacing, transitions and sequencing into a visual narrative. Students will also learn cinematic terminology in order to better express themselves professionally and pitch their ideas.

This course concentrates on teaching students how to conceptualize and create time-based graphics to express meaning. The course involves project-based learning with lectures and demonstrations. Students are expected to participate in classroom activities and collaborate to solve technical and creative challenges.

This course covers the theory of digital production, compositing and working in digital formats. In addition to production theory, students learn to handle equipment as they shoot, light, record sound, edit, and author original productions.

In this course, students will use industry-standard 3D software to animate objects and character rigs. Students will apply the 12 Principles of Animation to create convincing and entertaining motion. A short character animation, including audio, background, lights, and camera, will be presented at the end of the semester.

In this course, students will construct rigs for characters and animals, for efficient and convincing animation. Students will experiment with both FK and IK systems and their respective components, spline controls, and blend shapes. Scripting, expressions and Set Driven Key, will be covered, as well as dynamics for creating items such as hair and cloth.

This course explores various methods of modelling both organic and hard-surface models, then applying animation principles and techniques to bring them to life. Students will practice following a production pipeline, from concept to final rendered animation, using industry-standard 3d software.

This course covers advanced studies in the animation production. This is a studio course in which students will propose and execute an original idea based on a standard production pipeline. Experimentation, problem solving, planning and time management, and critical analysis will be covered as applicable to the student's work, with the choice of animation technique, content and form left to the group or individual. Students will learn the importance of bringing projects to completion.

In this course, students will learn to apply the practices and terminology associated with the basics of audio recording, editing using industry-standard software, Foley sound effects, and compositing audio with video. Students will also gain an understanding of audio theory and copyright law.

The capstone graduation project is the representation of the students’ in-depth learning and understanding of their field of specialization through a long-term project accomplished in a professional manner.  They are evaluated on their ability to complete this project with originality and quality, applying the skills, techniques and methodologies they have learnt during their course of study.

The student is assigned to research and identify a topic, and develop a detailed research proposal highlighting the goals, objectives, tasks, methodology and time plan. The topic could range from an academic research to school/ community service, student-developed business or any other area of personal interest. The student communicates regularly with his/ her academic-capstone advisor for review, while working constantly to improve the outcome by building upon previously gained expertise. The academic-capstone advisor contributes through meaningful feedback and setting expectations of standards, offering an opportunity for open-ended learning through self-reflection and improvement.

The process is documented, findings are compiled and presented orally as well as in writing through a capstone report.

The project is divided into three dis­tinct phases:

  1. Research and topic selection
  2. Conceptual and design development
  3. Design execution/ design presentation, with necessary documentation and a comprehensive report

Students will develop an in-depth knowledge of human anatomy and figure construction through exploration of the skeletal, muscular and surface systems of the human body. Portraiture and facial expression also form part of the course. Classic technique and personal interpretation will be explored through intense studio practice based on direct observation of the model examining shape, form, line, tone, value, texture, weight, balance, stress and movement using a wide variety of traditional media. Artistic and aesthetic notions from historical and contemporary practice will be studied from the Renaissance to today to inform standards of best-practice and raise awareness of alternative methods and approaches.

Advanced composition, sophisticated mark-making and the development of personal expression, interpretation and visual fluency are key in this course as well as thoughtful and constructive participation in group critiques using appropriate terminology.

Typography I introduces students to the study of letterforms as a major tool in of visual communication. Students will study all aspects of font design, the anatomy of type, syntax, and the evolution of type design and processing through humanistic and technological developments including the impact of industrial print and new media on this field.

Students are required to develop an understanding of a wide variety of fonts their uses and opportunities for manipulation through traditional (drawing) and digital media. Font selection, basic layouts and formatting will also be considered before students develop their own personalized font requiring extensive consideration of form, weight and balance to ensure success. Develop of an extensive vocabulary of professional terminology is necessary in order to navigate through the complexity of font design and the basic layout of text in order to articulate concepts and ideas effectively.

FREE ELECTIVES

4 COURSES | 12 CREDIT HOURS

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ATTENDANCE

Student builds the schedule based on available offered courses in the registered semester

Weekday Morning Classes

SUN – TUE | BETWEEN 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
MON – WED | BETWEEN 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Weekday Evening Classes

SUN – TUE | BETWEEN 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
MON – WED | BETWEEN 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Weekend Classes

FRI - SAT | BETWEEN 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

WHEN CAN I JOIN

STUDENT CAN JOIN THE BEGINNING OF ANY SEMESTER

SEPTEMBER

FALL SEMESTER

MIN 3 COURSES | 9 CREDIT HOURS
MAX 6 COURSES | 18 CREDIT HOURS

JANUARY

SPRING SEMESTER

MIN 3 COURSES | 9 CREDIT HOURS
MAX 6 COURSES | 18 CREDIT HOURS

MAY

SUMMER SEMESTER

MAX 3 COURSES
9 CREDIT HOURS

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