The Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture was established in 1965, and has evolved into 4 branches, in addition to two departments, the Urbanism Department and the Restoration Department. It currently has around 2,930 students.
The goals of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture are closely linked to all civilized, human phenomena. Indeed, its majors reflect the true civilized face of any society, whether for present or future generations. The greatness of all civilizations has historically been measured by the artistic works contributed to humanity and human legacy.
The Faculty develops architects, interior designers, painters, directors and actors…
The Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture grants the following diplomas:
Bachelor and Master in: Architecture – Interior Design – Plastic Arts – Theater- Audiovisual – Graphic Design and Visual Communication;
Specialized Master in: Urbanism – Landscaping – Scenography;
Diploma of Advanced Studies in Restoration;
Master of Research in: Architecture – Landscaping – Arts and Sciences of Arts