B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design

B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion DesignB.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design is a highly demanded course today.

Dr. Purandeswari, Hon. Minister of State for HRD (Higher Education), Govt.of India inaugurated the UG course ‘B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design’ on 19th January 2012. B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design is an undergraduate programme with six semesters. The course was initiated under the UGC Innovative Scheme in the year 2012 with affiliation to the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. The course is based on the Core Subject – Design Thinking. The ultimate aim of the course is to create a responsible designer who will serve the country and society by innovation, education, technology, and research.

Explore your creativity in fashion designing and give wings to a beautiful and colorful career dream. At St.Teresa’s, we are committed towards the all round developments of students in academics, personal and professional. This course will enable you to accomplish any demands in the industry, in the most comprehensive manner. The course emphasizes on practicals as well as theory. The hands-on experience in the practicals helps students to understand everything well and help to adapt to the ever competitive industry.

Eligibility Criteria

Pass in +2 exam (any stream)

Course outline for B.Sc Apparel and Fashion Design

Semester I
Fabric Science
Sociology of Fashion
Foundation Art
Basic Sewing Techniques
Surface Adornment

Semester II
Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
Fashion Interpretation and Illustration
Flat Pattern Making
Sewing of Design Details
Fashion Designing Concepts

Semester III
Textile Design
Apparel Production and Quality Control
Fashion Theory
Fashion Illustration and Stylization
Advanced Sewing Designs
History of Art

Semester IV
Traditional Indian Textiles and History of Indian Costumes
Essentials of Entrepreneurship
History of Western Costume
Fashion Illustration and Rendering Techniques
Indian Clothing Construction
Fundamentals of Design Thinking

Semester V
Environmental Studies and Human Rights
Western Clothing Construction
Computer Aided Fashion Design
Children’s Clothing
Open Course – Elements and Principles of Design

Semester VI
Thematic Line Development
Jewellery Designing
Portfolio Presentation
Choice Based Course (Draping)
State Wise Assignment
Project work