CAREER SUPPORT

After course completion, students can get jobs as:

  • Fashion Designer
  • Knitwear Designer
  • Textile Designer
  • Fashion Stylist
  • Fashion Journalist
  • Retailer/ Boutique Owner
  • Apparel Merchandiser
  • Design Director
  • Art & Amp; Design Teacher
  • Fashion Merchandiser
  • Print & Embroidery Specialist
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Factory Manager
  • Compliance Manager
  • Total Quality Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Product Developer
  • Costume designer
  • Fit Technologist
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Pattern /Style Designer

COURSE SPECIFICATION

  • Duration : 48 months
  • Semester : 08 semester
  • Credit : 164
  • Class Day : Regular Working day

COURSE FEE:

  • Course Fee: BDT 248,000/-
  • Scholarship: 4,000 BDT per GPA of SSC & HSC
  • Admission Fee: BDT 8,000/- (On Offer)

BSc. Hon’s in Fashion Design & Technology Under National University


OVERVIEW

Fashion Design is a creative area where you can apply all of your thinking and make it possible to develop fashion knowledge around our fashion world. Fashion Design and Technology programme is designed to give students a broad-based platform to excel in the fashion industry. Students will combine the knowledge of fashion and textile studies with intense studio experience and gain employability skills through core modules on personal and professional development and communication skills. There is strong emphasis on Art and Design in the foundation semester which is mandatory for all students.

Students will learn fundamentals of art & design, patternmaking, draping and sewing techniques. They will also master Computer Aided Design (CAD) and learn how to take design from initial concept to a fully finished garment. Students will also learn how to develop their own collections and present those to the audience.

SOFTWARE

  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Gerber technology

MODULES

The modules noted below are those which are taught to all Fashion Design and Technology students prior to specialization:

  • History of Art & Design
  • Fundamentals of Art & Design
  • Ideas Generation
  • Computers in Art & Design
  • Textile Design
  • Textile Manufacturing
  • Product Development
  • Range Development
  • Apparel Management
  • Apparel Manufacturing
  • Knitwear Manufacturing
  • Textile Science & Technology
  • Pattern Drafting & Cutting
  • Fashion Illustration
  • Design Management
  • Fashion Marketing

The modules listed below are those which are taught in the respective specializations, i.e., following the end of the second year:

Woven Apparel

  • Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  • Advanced Pattern Drafting & Design
  • Technical Grading-Woven Apparel
  • Apparel Merchandising
  • Fashion Illustration & Accessories Design
  • Fashion Design & Manufacture
  • Dyeing & Finishing-Apparel
  • Computers in the Apparel
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Business Communication
  • History and Sociology of Fashion
  • Sample Room Management

 

Knitwear

  • Knitwear Design Pattern & Color
  • Innovation & Professional Practice
  • Cut and Sew Knitwear
  • Fully Fashioned Knitwear
  • Technical Grading – Knitwear
  • Design Product Development & Manufacture
  • Dyeing & Finishing – Knitwear
  • CAD/CAM/CIM- Knitwear
  • History and Sociology of Fashion
  • Sample Room Management-Knitwear
  • Apparel Merchandising
  • Fashion & Visual Merchandising

 

Textile Design

  • Textile Design – Structures
  • Textile Product Development & Manufacture
  • Computers in the Textile Industry
  • CAD/CAM/CIM
  • Textile Testing Technology
  • History & Sociology of Fashion
  • Dyeing & Finishing – Fabrics
  • Textile Merchandising
  • Sample Room Management
  • TQM
  • Business Communication

 

Print Surface Decoration

  • Textile Structures
  • Print Technologies
  • Dyeing & Finishing- Fabrics
  • Surface Decorative Techniques
  • Computers in Print & Embroidery
  • CAD/CAM/Computerized Industrial Management
  • Embroidery Techniques
  • Design & Manufacture
  • Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  • History and Sociology of Fashion
  • Outworker, Design & Sample Management
  • Fashion & Visual Merchandising

All students are required to produce a Dissertation, Portfolio and Collection at the end of their Honors Final Year.

HIGHLIGHT

    • All Class are practical
    • Hands-on training
    • Specialized course Outline
    • Industry-relevant curriculum
    • Woven industries
  • Knit industries
  • Fully Fashion
  • Textile design
  • Print & surface decoration