The Department of Interior Design was established at the University of Petra in (1991), and since then it includes a group of specialized faculty members, as well as other supportive staff in the specialty, who work hard to develop and update plans and designs related to interior spaces. The program aims to achieve functional, spiritual, and social needs of people and users. Accordingly, the interior designer is concerned with ideas about functional and aesthetic aspects that are appropriate to the standard criteria, and compatible with the spirit of the times. Furthermore, the study plan was designed to meet the community's need for environmental, health and aesthetic awareness through innovative and purposeful design elements.
Duration of the study in this department is 4 years, and the number of credit hours is 143 hours, distributed as follows:
Develop students' skill and knowledge values and refine their creative talents to prepare distinguished graduates who are pioneers in the field of interior design to meet the requirements of society and the local and international market in line with Arab and Islamic values.