Bachelor Programmes | Master Programmes
M.Des. (Master of Design)
M.F.M. (Master of Fashion Management)
M.FTech. (Master of Fashion Technology)
The multidisciplinary programme of design aims to encourage design thinking and impart a wider perspective and a broader perception to the thoughts and ideas of tomorrow. The Master programme will have across discipline students who are able to work beyond boundaries and bring together their skills and ideas in new exciting ways in the fashion industry. Students would draw on each other’s diverse professional background and provide a critical approach to solution of future problems; as well as provide design innovations and inventions for the growing fashion industry. The programme will provide an opportunity to choose design specializations in Fashion, Textiles and communication Design. A research environment would provide a much-needed platform for answering questions, which may arise twenty years hence.
Semester I will provide a common platform of Fashion to all the students with varied backgrounds. Areas of study include Introduction to Design in context of Fashion, Design Methods, Sociology, Psychology & Ethics in Fashion, Language of Design & Fashion, Fashion & Law – IPR and Principles & Methods of Design Research.
Semester II will emphasis on creative, technical, practical and analytical skills through specialisation. Areas of study include Trends & Forecasting, Introduction to Specialisations, Project in chosen design specialisation, Innovation in Fashion and Professional Communication.
Semester III will focus on design, research and development and projects in specialisations. The programme culminates with a Graduation project.
The graduates from this programme would become innovators in the field of fashion and textiles as well as communication design, holding key positions in large fashion and corporate houses. The employment opportunities also include trend predicting and forecasting, fashion styling, design and management of fashion brands, etc. The graduates will be able to make contributions in research and development through their work in Government and private agencies. They can also become scholars and contribute to the teaching community, or find themselves placed as entrepreneurs running their own studios.
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