The Department of Interior Architecture is organized academically in four fields of knowledge with the direct aim of creating corresponding fields and responsible faculty members by assigning courses of the study program and members of the permanent Educational Staff with the ultimate goal of specializing students in specialties similar to the needs of the labor market and scientific developments.
The basic idea of the academic organization in academic subjects and later in fields concerns a cycle of core courses followed by a second cycle of specialty courses. There are "compulsory electives" in specialty courses to enable students to cover their professional and academic interests and develop their individual skills.
The fields of knowledge of the Department of Interior Architecture are the following:
1. Architectural Conception (Composition), Theory and Criticism
2. Industrial Design, Theory and Criticism
3. Visual Arts and Space
4. Spatial digital representations and Technology