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Bachelor of Fashion & Design (BFD)
 

Rationale

The four-year degree program is designed to equip its participant with a distinct blend of knowledge in textile, fashion and design along with the necessary skills of management. The program is unique as it reflects the interrelationships of the various sectors of the fashion and design industry enabling access to the diversified knowledge of processes, techniques and technology in the modern world.

Specializations

  • Textile Design

    The Textile Fashion and Design courses are designed to deliver the participant of the program with a new understanding of creativity, opening their imagination to explore their abilities and to secure a place in the industry with a bright future and immense opportunities. The programs provide a creative learning, teaching and research environment for students wishing to develop a career path in textile sectors such as interior, automotive and fashion design, branding, textile design research, etc.

    Outcome

    The design oriented courses offered in our degree program help students to develop an understanding of design and its basic building modules. The textile design courses will help students to design, judge and evaluate textile design on modern lines, thus meeting one of the most basic and important aspects of the textile industry. The introduction of courses such as interior design and graphic design also help students to get equipped with the lineup of advanced and modern courses.

  • Fashion Design

    The fashion design program is designed to acquire knowledge of the various materials and fabrics, and learn about the many possibilities of pattern design, garment construction, draping, sewing and tailoring. The program helps students to learn to design, create and market a design collection, and understand the dynamics of the job market and fashion trends.

    Outcome

    On completion of the program, the participants will be able to transform design ideas into garments. This course will help students to learn the elements, principles and techniques of pattern drafting, draping, sewing and tailoring. It will help to translate fashion concepts into sketches and illustrations using freehand drawing techniques, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The course will help to learn the history of fashion design and how the economy, society and culture influence fashion trends.

    Career Paths

    Fashion design graduates may begin working as fashion design assistants. Designers can start their own firms. They can become pattern drafters, costume designers (for theatre, print, television and film), fashion coordinators, buyers, researchers, production sewers or fashion writers.

  • Leather  Accessories and Footwear

    Leather accessories and footwear design is an intensive skill-based program emphasizing the crucial relationship between designs and manufacturing needs of the modern leather industry. This program is based on technical development appropriate to the satisfactory completion of the prototypes. Students develop accessories and shoes as a collection of their own.

    Outcomes

    By the end of this program, participants will be able to develop design research drawing and illustration skills. This includes a series of leather accessories and shoe design exercises, focusing on a comprehensive range of style. They will learn technical modern shoemaking skills and make a range of prototypes of their own. Students will be able to develop a collection for leather accessories and footwear with genuine and synthetic leather.

    Career Paths

    The program leads to a successful career in leather accessories and footwear manufacturing. Upon completion of the program, the student can join the  industry as a designer, buyer, brand manager, product manager, product developer, manager for merchandising marketing, planner, and even as an entrepreneur in retailing or cottage level industry.

  • Interior Design

    The four-year degree program combines theoretical, conceptual and practical experiences that reinforce the relationship between knowledge and application within the interior design profession. Major concentration courses cultivate students’ skills and talents to provide graduates with the foundation to become versatile and responsible interior designers in constantly evolving fieldto meet the needs of all who utilize space whether to live, work, play or learn. Interior design degree students develop portfolios to showcase their work to potential employers.

    Outcomes

    The interior design degree program is designed to equip the participants with contextual knowledge and make design decisions relative to ecological socio-economic and cultural contexts. Participants will be able to display design and problem solving skills. They will be able to implement the design process using critical and creative thinking to solve problems appropriate to client’s needs. Participants will gain knowledge of the field of interior design while considering the impact of building construction and systems.

    Career Paths

    Interior designers may take up teaching positions in government or private sector institutes that offer courses in interior designing. They also do very well on self employment basis. They may seek employment in private or public sector firms, work with top notch architects and architectural firms, or in design studios and as exhibition organizers.

  • PRODUCT DESIGN

    Through an immersion in materials, fabrication processes, aesthetics, functional considerations, and proactive social engagement, students cultivate the essential intellectual habits and technical skills to explore and responsibly integrate the expanding roles of a professional product designer. To work in product design, you need to understand the relationship between art, science and technology.

    Career Paths

    As a product designer, you will spend your time planning, designing, and modeling products, producing prototypes and conducting rigorous testing. There are generic types of product design and conception, product and prototype development, design consultancies, experimental design, CAD design, architecture (design elements), component design, consumer goods design, merchandising, product safety design, children's products, packaging and furniture.

Admission Criteria

Minimum 50% marks / 2nd division in FA / FSc / A Level or equivalent degree

Test and Interview: All applicants are evaluated on the basis of merit as determined by their previous academic record and performance in the admission test and interview.

Note:

  • If FSc / A Level is done with Biology then Pre-Math will be compulsory for the student/s
  • If NTS is passed by any student, he/she will be exempted from UMT test.

Duration           4 years
Semesters       8
Credit Hours    131

Roadmap

SEMESTER-I
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-101 English-I (Compulsory) 3 0 3
SS-171 Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) 2 0 2
DN-101 Basic Drawing-I 1 2 3
DN-102 Design History and Theory-I 1 0 1
DN-103 Digital Communication-I 1 0 1
DN-104 History of Art and Culture-I 1 0 1
DN-105 Material and Models-I 1 2 3
DN-106 Shaping-I / Drafting - I 1 2 3
Total 11 6 1

 

SEMESTER-II
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-102 English-II (Compulsory) 3 0 3
HN-152 Islamiat (Compulsory) Religion 2 0 2
DN-107 Basic Drawing-II 1 2 3
DN-108 Design History and Theory-II / History of Furniture 2 0 2
DN-109 Digital Communication-II 0 2 2
DN-110 History of Art and Culture-II/ Color Theory 1 0 1
DN-111 Mathematics 1 2 3
DN-112 Shaping-II / Drafting - II 1 1 2
Total 11 7 18

Specialization in Textile Design

SEMESTER-III
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TD-201 Textile Basics 1 2 3
TD-202   Weave Design Studio-I 1 2 3
TD-203 Drawing-I 0 2 2
DN-201  Design Foundation-I (Ornaments) 1 2 3
DN-202 Design Foundation-II (Colors) 1 2 3
EN-220 English-III (Academic Writing) 3 0 3
Total 7 10 17
SEMESTER-IV
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TD -204  Fibres and Yarns 2 0 2
TD -205 Weave Design Studio-II 1 2 3
TD -206 Knit Design and Technology 1 1 2
TD -207 Design Studio-I 1 3 4
TD-208 Textile CAD 0 2 2
TD -209 Drawing-II 0 2 2
TD -210 Applied Processes and Finishes 2 0 2
Total 7 10 17
SEMESTER-V
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TD-301 Advance Weaving   1 2 3
TD-302 Knit Design Studio   1 2 3
TD-303  Drawing-III   0 2 2
TD-304  Textile Design Seminar-I   1 0 1
TD-305  Textile Chemistry   2 0 2
TD-306  Printing Technology 1 2 3
Total 6 8 14
SEMESTER-VI
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TD-307 Design Studio-II   2 3 5
TD-308 Textile Marketing and Management-I 2 0 2
DN-301  Product Design Execution-I   1 2 3
TD-309  Textile Design Seminar-II   0 1 1
TD-310 Textile Embellishments and Coating   1 2 3
DN-302  Product Detail and Development 0 2 2
Total 6 10 16
SEMESTER-VII
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TD-401 Textile Marketing and Management-II 3 0 3
TF-310 Experimental Textiles (Eco-Textiles) 1 2 3
TD-402   Mathematics-II (Textile Calculations) 3 0 3
TD-403  Research Methodology 2 1 3
DN-401  Product Design Execution-II 1 2 3
Total 10 5 15
SEMESTER VIII
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total

TD-404

Collection - Drawing (Research and Development)

0

3

3

TD-405

Collection - Product Development

0

2

2

TD-406

Collection - Textile Construction (Development)

1

3

4

TD-408

Final Collection

1

4

5

Total

2

12

14

Total Program Credit Hours: 131

Optional/Elective Courses

Courses will be offered by the other Department/School considering the availability of faculty and number of students required for class, i.e., 20.

Specialization in Fashion Design

SEMESTER-III
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-220 English-III (Academic Writing) 3 0 3
FD-201 Pattern-I (Fundamentals of Flat Pattern Calculations) 1 1 2
DN-203 Fashion Design Studio-I (Introduction) 1 1 2
TF-456 Sewing-I (Machine Sewing-I) 0 1 1
DGF-205 Digital Fashion-I (Introduction) 0 1 1
TF-125 History of Costume-I 1 0 1
TF-454 Draping-I (Basics) 1 2 3
TF-201 Textile Basics 1 1 2
TF-202 Fashion Illustration 0 1 1
TX—201 Basics of Hand Sewing 0 1 1
TF-203 Fashion Details 1 1 2
  Creative Drawing II 0 1 1
  9 11 20
SEMESTER-IV
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TF-204 Pattern-II (Mathematics of Pattern) 1 1 2
TF-205 Fashion Design Studio-II 1 2 3
TF-206 Sewing-II (Machine Sewing-II) 0 1 1
TF-207 Digital Fashion-II (Advance Design) 0 1 1
TF-208 History of Costume-II 1 0 1
TF-455 Draping-II (Draping Techniques) 1 2 3
TF-209 Textile Design-I (Introduction to Textile Design) 1 1 2
FD-201 Couture Finishes (Hand Sewing-II) 0 1 1
  Creative Drawing II 0 1 1
FD-203 Fashion Illustration I 0 1 1
  5 11 16

 

SEMESTER-V
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
FD-301 Pattern-III (Mathematics of Pattern) 1 2 3
FD-302 Fashion Design Studio-III (Trend Forecast and Project) 1 2 3
FD-303 Sewing-III (Advanced) 1 2 3
FD-304 Digital Fashion-III (Portfolio Development) 0 1 1
FD-305 History of Costume & Fashion-III 1 0 1
FD-306 Draping-III (Advance Level-I) 1 2 3
FD-307 Textile Design –II ( Technical Analysis of Fabrics) 1 1 2
FD-208 Fashion Illustration II 0 1 1
  6 11 17

 

SEMESTER-VI
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
FD-309 Pattern and Grading-IV (Mathematics) 1 2 3
FD-310 Fashion Design Studio -IV 1 2 3
FD-311 Sewing-IV 1 2 3
FD-312 Digital Fashion IV (Portfolio and CAD / CAM) 0 1 1
FD-313 History of Costume and Fashion-IV 1 0 1
FD-314 Draping-IV (Advanced Level-II) 1 2 3
FD-315 Textile Design-III (Surface Decoration) 1 1 2
  6 10 16

 

SEMESTER-VII
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
FD-401 Pattern-V 1 2 3
FD-402 Fashion Design Studio-IV (Design Research Methodology) 1 2 3
FD-403 Sewing-V 1 2 3
FD-404 Draping-V (Haute Couture) 1 2 3
FD-405 Textile Design –IV (Research and Development) 0 2 2
FD-406 Fashion Marketing & Merchandizing 2 0 2
  6 10 16
SEMESTER VIII
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
FD-407 Fashion Design ThesisBreakdown as follows: 0 10 10
FD-409 Pattern-VI (Collection) 0 2 2
FD-410 Fashion Design Studio (Collection) 0 2 2
FD-411 Sewing – VI (Collection) 0 2 2
FD-412 Draping-VI (Collection) 0 2 2
FD-413 Textile Design –V (Collection) 0 2 2
Total 0 10 10

Specialization in Leather Accessories and Footwear

Second Year
Semester 3
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-220 Research and Presentation 3 0 3
DF-201 History of Leather Accessories and Footwear-I 1 0 1
LD-201 Design Studio (Leather Accessories and Footwear)-I 0 2 2
LD-202 Human Anatomy-I 1 0 1
ARW-205  Anatomy Drawing-I 0 2 2
DN-204 Digital Visualization – I (CorelDraw) 0 2 2
LTC-207 Leather Technology-I 1 0 1
MNM-208 Mathematics-II (Drafting of Men‘s Shoe and Sizes) 1 2 3
PTC-209 Production Techniques-I (Upper and Bottom Cutting Process) 1 2 3
Total 8 10 18
Second Year
Semester 4
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DF-202 History of Leather Accessories and Footwear-II 1 0 1
LD-203 Design Studio (Leather Accessories and Footwear)-II 0 2 2
DN-205 Human Anatomy-II (Orthopedic) 1 0 1
DN-206 Anatomy Drawing-II 0 2 2
LD-204 Digital Visualization-II (Adobe Photoshop) 0 2 2
LD-205 Leather Technology-II 1 0 1
LD-206 Footwear and Accessory Details 1 1 2
DN-207 Drafting-I (Ladies Shoes and Hand Bags) 1 2 3
LD-207 Production Techniques-II (Upper Closing/ Stitching Process) 1 2 3
Total 6 11 17

 

Third Year
Semester 5
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
LD-301 Design studio -III 0 2 2
LD-302 Garments Drawing Leather Garments Studies) 0 2 2
LD-303 Leather Garments 1 2 3
DN-303 Shoe CAD/CAM (2D Shoe Master) 0 2 2
QTM-306 Quality Management 1 0 1
DN-304 Drafting-II (Hats and Gloves) 1 2 3
LD-304 Production Techniques-III (Upper Lasting Process) 1 2 3
Total 4 12 16
Third Year
Semester 6
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
LM-301 Marketing (Leather Accessories and Footwear) 1 1 2
DN-305 Design Studio (Leather Accessories and Footwear) 0 2 2
LM-302 Retail Management 0 2 2
DN-306 Shoe CAD/CAM-II (3D Shoe Master) 0 2 2
LM-303 Production Planning and Control (PPC) 1 0 1
DN-307 Drafting –III (Motorbike Long Boot and Sports Trainer) 1 2 3
DN-308 Production Techniques-IV (Upper and Sole Attaching Process) 1 2 3
INT-358 Internship 1 2 3
Total 5 13 18
Fourth Year
Semester 7
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
LM-401 Merchandizing (Leather Accessories and Footwear) 1 1 2
LD-401 Design Studio (Leather Accessories and Footwear) 1 1 2
LD -402 Shoe CAD/CAM-III (2D and 3D Shoe Master) 0 2 2
LD -403 Drafting-IV (Canvas and Moccasin Shoe) 1 2 3
LD -404  Production Techniques-V (Finishing and Packing Process) 1 2 3
LD -405 Foreign Language (Chinese or Italian) 3 0 3
DN -402 Foot Care Studies (Orthopedic, Diabetic, Care and Reflexology)  1 1 2
LM-402 Entrepreneurship 1 0 1
Total 9 9 18
Fourth Year
Semester 8
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-403 Design Studio (LA and F)-VI 1 1 2
LD-406  Drafting-V 1 1 2
LD-407 Production Techniques-VI 1 1 2
  Final Project:      
LD-409 Written Thesis 1 1 2
  Verbal Presentation 0 1 1
Total 4 5 9

Specialization in Interior Design

Second Year
Semester 3
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-220 ENGLISH III  3 0 3
ID-201 Mathematics for Interior Design II 3 0 3
DN-208 Design Studio I 0 3 3
DN-209 Fundamentals of Space Planning 1 2 3
DN-210 Photoshop for Interior Designers 1 1 2 3
TF-201 History of Textiles 3 0 3
Total 11 7 18
Second Year
Semester 4
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
ID-202 Design Studio II 0 3 3
ID-203 Fire, Safety and Local Building Codes 3 0 3
ID-204 Perspective Drawing for Interior Design 1 0 3 3
ID-205 Introduction to 3D Software for Interior Design  1 1 2 3
ID-206 Architectural Standards 3 0 3
Total 7 8 15
Third Year
Semester 5
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-309 Landscaping 2 1 3
ID-301 Decorative Arts (Working with Interior Details) 1 2 3
DN-310 Understanding Interior Lighting 2 1 3
DN-311 Photoshop for Interior Designer 2 1 2 3
DN-312 BUILDING Concepts and Environments 1 2 3
ID-302 Materials Study for Interior Designers 2 0 2
Total 9 8 17
Third Year
Semester 6
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
TXT-430 Entrepreneurship 3 0 3
DN-313 Visual Research and Communication 1 2 3
DN-314 Perspective Drawing for Interior Design 2 0 2 2
DN-315 Rendering Interior Design Layouts Techniques 1 2 3
DN-316 Portfolio Management 1 2 3
DN-317 Interior Design Exhibits 0 2 2
Total 6 10 16

 

Fourth Year
Semester 7
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-404 Eco-Friendly Interior Design 2 1 3
DN-405 Environmental Design 2 1 3
DN-406 Research Methodology 2 1 3
IM-401 Marketing and Merchandizing 3 0 3
DN-407 Introduction to 3D Software for Interior Design 2 1 2 3
DN-408 Senior Design Project 1 1 2 3
Total 11 7 18
Fourth Year
Semester 8
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-409 Project Management 2 1 3
DN-410 Modular Design 1 2 3
DN-411 Graphic Design 1 2 3
DN-412 Senior Design Project 2 1 2 3
Total 5 7 12

TOTAL CREDITS: 131

Specialization in Product Design

Second Year
Semester 3
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
EN-220 English III 3 0 3
DN-211 Design Studio 1 1 2 3
MA-210 Linear Algebra 3 0 3
SS-140 Introduction to Psychology 3 0 3
NS-122 Elementary University Physics 3 0 3
DN-212 Industrial Design Analysis 3 0 3
DN-215 Drafting I 0 1 1
Total 16 3 19
Second Year
Semester 4
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
ID-201 Design Studio 2 1 2 3
ID-202 Mass Production Technology 3 0 3
DN-213 Computer Applications 1 0 1 1
DN-214 Form and Color Fundamentals 1 2 3
ID-203 Ergonomics 2 0 2
ID-204 Product Life-Cycle 2 0 2
Total 9 5 14
Third Year
Semester 5
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
CS-301 Computer Applications 2 0 2 2
IM-301 Principles of Marketing 3 0 3
DN-318 Industrial Design and the User 3 0 3
ID-301 Innovative Materials and Technologies  1 2 1 3
ID-302 Building Concepts and Environments 1 1 2
  Drafting II 0 1 1
Total 9 5 14
Third Year
Semester 6
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
ID-303 Visual Research and Communication 1 1 2
ID-304 Operations Management 3 0 3
ID-305 Professional Practice 3 0 3
ID-306 Portfolio Management 1 2 3
ID-307 Engineering Modeling 1 2 3
ID-308 Innovative Materials And Technologies  2 2 1 3
Total 11 6 17
Fourth Year
Semester 7
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-412 Special Design (Layout Design) 1 2 3
DN-413 Furniture- Theory and Analysis 1 2 3
DN-414 Objects and Impact 2 1 1 2
DN-415 Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing for Product Design 3 0 3
DN-416 Senior Design Project 1 1 2 3
DN-417 Research Methodology 2 1 3
Total 9 8 17
Fourth Year
Semester 8
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Lec Lab Total
DN-418 Project Management 3 1 4
DN-419 Modular Design 1 2 3
TXT-430 Entrepreneurship 3 0 3
DN-420 Design Visualizations 1 2 3
DN-421 Senior Design Project 2 1 2 3
Total 9 7 16

TOTAL CREDITS: 131