B.Sc. Fashion Design

Overview

  • Level of Programme Undergraduate
  • Duration 3 years
  • Average Start Salary 2 - 4 lakhs per annum
  • Language English
  • Assessments Yes
Course Description

B.Sc. in Fashion Design is a 3- year undergraduate course in fashion designing, spread over 6 semesters The course covers the study of specialized fields in the area of fashion design, such as accessory and jewelry design, footwear design, garment design, interior design, and leather design.

The course involves lessons in creating original designs of garments, footwear, jewelry, luggage, etc., with the aim of staying in line with the ever-changing trends in the fashion industry. B.Sc. in Fashion Design is the study of creating designs that involve the conversion of artistic talent and creativity into creating saleable products like clothing, textiles, jewelry, footwear, and other accessories. The course also includes a detailed study of the fragile market trends and related fashion behavior.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to apply for Fashion Design programme are as follows -
As a minimum criterion of eligibility, aspiring candidates need to have attained the Higher Secondary/ 10+2 or equivalent qualification from a recognized educational Board, and with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.

Syllabus

First Year Syllabus

Analytical Drawing Computer Aided Design
Anatomy Creative Jewellery
Basic Photography Current Global Fashion Trends
Colour Mixing Design Process
Basic Computer Studies Draping
Apparel Construction Methods Elements of Design


Second Year Syllabus

Elements of Textiles Fashion Studies
English Communication Free Hand Drawing
Fabric Dyeing and Printing Garment Construction
Fashion Forecasting Geometrical Construction
Fashion History Grading
Fashion Illustration and Design History of Costumes


Third Year Syllabus

Introduction to Pattern Making and Garment Construction Pattern Making
Knitwear Perspective Drawing
Leather Designing Photography
Manufacturing Technology Styling
Indian Art Appreciation Surface Development Techniques
Nature Drawing Textile Science