Master of Arts (M.A) In Fashion Design

             Over the last ten years the role of technology within Art and fashion design has Steadily increased. This not only reflects the needs of industry but also the requirements of individuals wishing to explore and define new methods of communicating and visualizing ideas and thinking. Whether it is designer pushing the frontiers of publishing and communications or artists exploring the new capabilities of virtual environment, technology plays an increasing role in our artistic methods and applications.

                 In recent years the role of the artist has changed dramatically: new areas of artistic activity have emerged alongside the convergence in new technologies. Traditionally the role of the artist has been an invaluable one in informing and illuminating the ‘art world’. The practice continues to be of values not only to the artistic community but also impacting upon other cultural activities. The fashion design program at the University is unique practice based course which offers a wide range of specific options. We have designed a program for individuals who are interested in contributing to our collective understanding of fashion in the 21st century. You will graduate as a design professional experienced in teamwork, the global implications of design and the ability to confidently challenge pre-conceptions of fashion. This innovative Fashion course embraces fashion Design and promotion, Business Practice, Styling, Fashion Photography and Forecasting.

        Fashion is one of the most exciting, challenging, and dynamic careers for those who are creative, ready to meet tight deadlines, accept changing styles, fight fierce competition and are comfortable with punishing work  Schedules. With an emphasis on the artistic, creative and historic nature of dress, Fashion ultimately concerns it self with sociology. It reflects the political moods, economic condition, technical achievements, and social status of the wearer. Fashion as a clothing industry includes production, merchandising, advertising, and marketing. The foundation for a successful career in fashion must include an understanding of the integration of these elements



1.        Principles and Elements of Design

2.        Basic Hand and Machine Sewing Techniques

3.        Basic Drawing

4.        Fundamental of Textile

5.        Pattern Drafting

6.        History of Art

7.        Human Anatomy

8.        Textile Design

9.        fashion Sketching

10.     History of Costume

11.     Structural Design

12.     English Skills and Communications

13.     Principles of Marketing

14.     Introduction to Management

15.     Past and Present Footwear Trends

16.     Fundamental of Jewelry Design

17.     Psychology

18.     Color Theory

19.     Consumer Motivation In Fashion

20.     Fashion Styling

21.     Business Ethics and fashion