|12242007||Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology|
|Duration of study: 1 year||Total credits: 120|
|Dr R Konigk|
|Prof BP Jekot|
A candidate for the degree programme Bachelor of Interior Architecture Honours:
(1) must be a graduate for the degree with a BScInt degree or an equivalent university degree;
(2) must have an appropriate recognised tertiary qualification. Such a candidate may be required, at the discretion of the HOD to take:
(i) an academic literacy test;
(ii) a computer skills test;
(3) must have a qualification deemed adequate by the HOD in consultation with the Dean and obtain (where necessary) the approval of Senate and comply with any other prescribed requirements.
Candidates mentioned in (2) and (3) above may, at the discretion of the HOD, be required to be evaluated in prerequisite fields of knowledge and/or register for additional modules for non-degree purposes.
Candidates mentioned in (1), (2) and (3) above:
(i) should preferably have had practical experience and/or have done and recorded an extended study exursion;
(ii) are intereviewed for selection;
(iii) must present a portfolio and/or design journal which demonstrates the requisite level of proficiency and competency and is considered a record of their experience within the discipline;
(iv) are selected on merit
Please note: The number of candidate admitted to this programme is restricted.
Unless the HOD, after consultattion with the Dean, decides otherwise, for those students wishing hereafter to continue with the MInt(Prof) degree, the following curriculum applies:
CPD 710 (6 credits)
Systems and materials
CPD 720 (6 credits)
The idea of building
CPD 740 (6 credits)
Built environment modelling
POU 720 (2 credits)
CPD 730 (6 credits)
RFS 710 (6 credits) RFS 720 (6 credits) & RFS 730 (6 credits)
RFS 740 (6 credits)
RFP 713/723/733 (20 credits each)
RFP 730 (20 credits)
Refer to G Regulations G.16 to G.29 and G.54.
The degree is awarded to those students who have obtained the prescribed credits. Those students admitted with conditions must comply with all of these before all the 700 series module credits and the degree are awarded.
The minimum pass mark is 50%. A minimum of 40% is required in the examination, with a minimum final mark of 50% to pass. If a module is not evaluated by examination a minimum coursework mark of 50% is required. If the module is not evaluated by coursework, a minimum examination mark of 50% is required.
The degree is conferred with distinction if students registered for the degree for the first time, complete the degree within the minimum prescribed time and pass all modules with a weighted average of 75%.
Minimum credits: 120
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