Course code: #22051
These are mandatory and all come with course.
|Term start & deadline||Deadline|
Humber’s Bachelor of Interior Design degree program balances creativity with sensitive, pragmatic design thinking.
Engaging in interior design studios enables you to master an evidence-based design process, develop effective presentation abilities and acquire vital professional practice skills.
Observational field trips provide opportunities for you to connect classroom theory, such as the perception of space and human interaction, with built environments.
In the fourth year, you will engage with industry mentors to research, develop and document a large-scale interior design project from initial concept to construction documentation.
Additionally, a self-directed volunteer project helps connect your passion for design to the community and the design industry.
You will apply your hands-on, job-ready skills with a 420-hour paid work placement.
You will find your own work placement with the support of work placement consultants and faculty - they work with business and industry contacts to help identify employment opportunities.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,292|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,190|
|EAP||Entry Requirement||Lead to||Duration|
|EAP Level *|
Successful completion of all EAP courses
with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 60% in Level 8
60% meets the language proficiency requirement for Humber Diploma Programs
75% meets the language proficiency requirement for Humber Degree Programs
80% meets the language proficiency requirement for Humber Post-Graduate Programs
|8 weeks per level|
|EAP Level *||CEFR stage||IELTS||TOEFL PB||TOEFL iBT|
|Level 1||N/A||2.0||400||32 (no score below 8)|
|Level 2||A1-1 to A1-2||2.5||417||36 (no score below 9)|
|Level 3||A1-2 to A2-1||3.0||433||40 (no score below 10)|
|Level 4||A2-1 to A2-2||3.5||450||44 (no score below 11)|
|Level 5||A2-2 to B1-1||4.0||467||52 (no score below 13)|
|Level 6||B1-1 to B1-2||4.5||487||56 (no score below 14)|
|Level 7||B1-2 to B2-1||5.0||507||64 (no score below 16)|
|Level 8||B2-1 to B2-2||5.5||527||72 (no score below 18)|
|Details and Specifications||Minimum Specifications||Recommended Specifications|
|Processor||Intel i7 (Quad Core)||Intel i7 (Quad Core)|
|Memory||Minimum 16GB of RAM|
|Storage||Minimum of 250GB storage space (SSD) preferable|
|Network||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n/ac||Built-in Ethernet port (strongly recommended), Long battery life (strongly recommended)|
|Video||Minimum 4GB video RAM/Minimum 24-bit colour (DGAS, DEC, ARC, SNRG, INTD, IDSN)||Recommended but not required for LAND and CIVL|
|Display||1280x1024 video display resolution (DGAS, DEC, ARC, SNRG, INTD, IDSN)||Recommended but not required for LAND and CIVL|
|Other||Dedicated graphics card - GTX 1050, 1550, 2060 or higher needed for rendering purposes (DGAS, DEC, ARC, SNRG, INTD, IDSN)|
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