Faculty of Additional Professional Education

The faculty of additional professional education of NSUADA renders educational services in two directions: professional retraining and advanced training. The programs are aimed at mastering the professions in the field of architecture, design and art.

Training is provided for people with higher and secondary professional education.

Education includes: full-time, remote, individual (evening and weekends) training.

On graduation from the faculty, documents of the established type are issued (a diploma of professional retraining and a certificate of advanced training).

Professional retraining
- "Interior Design"
- "Landscape Design"
- "Graphic Design of Advertising"
- "Design of Low-rise Buildings"
- "Game Graphics"
- "History of Art"
- "History of Costume"
- "Furniture Design"
- "Modeling and Design of Footwear"

Advanced training

Fine art
"Academic drawing and painting"
"Technology of oil painting", "Sketching", "Watercolor", "Decorative and Applied Art", "Monumental art", etc.

Computer technologies
Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Revit, Painter, Modeling and Visualization in Autodesk 3ds Max, SketchUp, Rhinoceros 3D, Web Design, SEO. Promotion and optimization of sites "," Free software in graphic design "

"Modeling of women's clothing", "Leather accessories", "Modeling of jewelry", "Graphic design of advertising", "Composition and shaping in architecture and design"

Architecture / Urban Planning

«Formation of a comfortable urban environment», «Comfortable urban environment», «Architecture and urban-planning in modern conditions» SRO programs for managers and specialists, including the development of architectural solutions and design, preparation of project papers and urban planning issues, CAD (BIM, Autodesk Revit, Graphisoft ArchiCAD, SolidWorks), "Copyright", etc.

Preparatory courses for magistracy, postgraduate study. "Electronic education. Moodle System "," Design - Thinking ", etc.

Krasny Prospect 38, room 101

+7 (383) 222-12-62
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