BS Textile Design

Overview

The Bachelor in Textiles Design has been created to help you learn about the design skills and techniques involved in textile structures, surfaces, materiality, products, bodies, spaces and experiences. In this program, you will explore traditional, digital and experimental approaches to textile design. Your studies will cover diverse and contemporary practice, including commercial, contemporary and global textile design industry, related fields and emerging markets.

In this course, you’ll learn practical, professional and entrepreneurial skills that equip you to work as part of a team, or even set up your own business in textiles. You’ll study textiles in their widest sense and learn many skills, from print, stitch embellishment to dyeing and mixed media construction. You’ll have the opportunity to focus on a variety of specialist areas, including textiles for fashion, textiles for interiors and textiles for design/crafts.

You will get an opportunity to learn from industry professionals while making use of the professional quality equipment and labs established at SDAAT to train and educate world-class Textile Designers.

The students are required to obtain a minimum of 128 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.0 for completion of the degree. These credit hours are distributed over 8 semesters in a period of 4 years.

Why Study at PAF IAST?

Location and Ambience

PAF IAST is nestled in natural mountains that flank its campus from all sides, offering one even the ravishing view of snow-capped peaks of Nathiagali and natural winding trails. To its north-west is Tarbela Lake, a journey of only a few kilometers from the campus. Set in the middle of the campus is a natural lake, fed by the springs of surrounding mountains. The campus is just a 3-kilometer drive from the Hazara Motorway. The ideal setting equally conducive to academic activity and aesthetic sensibilities of the human eye is a serene island of its own kind, far from the chaos, congestion, and cacophony of metropolitan culture. The major cities like Islamabad, Abbottabad, are just an hour’s drive, while small towns like Wah, Hasanabadal, Taxila, and Swabi can be reached in just half an hour.

Technology Advancement and Foreign Partnership

This institute is an emerging center of excellences, with its own technology park. All faculty members hold PhD degrees in appropriate disciplines. By virtue of its wide array of facilities and the facilitation for its students to learn and benefit both from classroom teaching and faculty trained at premier Austrian universities/institutions, the institution is ideally cut out for imparting state-of–the-art engineering and allied education in Pakistan. The institute enjoys close linkages with top ranking universities in Austria and China. We have already concluded with them formal agreements regarding student and faculty exchange programs, provision of dual degrees in certain areas, and the training support from foreign faculty. cities like Islamabad, Abbottabad, are just an hour’s drive, while small towns like Wah, Hasanabadal, Taxila and Swabi can be reached in just half an hour.

Academia-Industry Relationship

There is a strong synergetic relationship between academia and industry which paves the way for job opportunities for students even in the midst of their studies. PAF IAST will serve as a welcome platform for the industry to share their requirements for a skilled workforce. This will enable the institute to incorporate their valuable inputs in practical vocational training and expose the students to industrial perspectives

On-Spot Industry Internship

It will be a mandatory requirement for every student to do an internship every semester in an appropriate industry. This will garner them practical experience related to their respective degree programs. To crown it all, Technology Park will afford them rare opportunities to apply themselves innovatively and become promising entrepreneurs.

Need and Merit-based Scholarships

Different types of local and foreign scholarship opportunities are available on need and merit base.

Employment Opportunities

Textile is a growing industry and candidates interested in making a mark in the field of fashion, garments and Fiber manufacturing can go for Textile Engineering. This program offers a bright career for the students because the demand and supply of textiles will never diminish.

Following are the employment opportunities that can be made available to Textile designers from SDAAT.

  • Textile Designer
  • Textile Engineer
  • Fiber Artist
  • Clothing/ Color Technologist
  • Textile expert for Interior Designing firms

Course Curriculum

Semester 1

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 1 – SEMESTER-1

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

ICC

SS-ENG-100

English Language & Communication Skills

3(3-0)

SS-PSS-112

Pakistan Studies

2(2-0)

COMP-ICT-102

Introduction to ICT

3(2-1)

FON

 

DAA – 101

Foundation Drawing

3(0-3)

DAA – 151

History of Art & Design-I

2(2-0)

DAA –121

Introduction to Digital Tools

2(0-2)

DAA – 102

Object in 3D

2(0-2)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

17(9-8)

Semester 2

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 1 – SEMESTER-2

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

ICC

SS-IST-111

Islamic Studies

2(2-0)

IEC

MGT-ENT-162

Entrepreneurship

3(3-0)

FON

DAA – 131

Storytelling

2(2-0)

DAA –141

Introduction to Digital Media, Film & TV

2(2-0)

DAA – 132

Design Thinking

2(2-0)

DCC

DAA – 103

Drawing-I

2(0-2)

TXD- 111

Surface Design-I

3(0-3)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

16(11-5)

Semester 3

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 2 – SEMESTER-3

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

ICC

SS-TBW-203

Technical and Business Writing

3(3-0)

COMP-MTH-204

Mathematics for Art & Design

3(3-0)

FON

DAA – 201

Drafting

2(0-2)

DAA – 241

Fundamental of Photography

2(0-2)

DCC

TXD – 211

Weaving-I

3(0-3)

TXD – 213

Textile Materials and Construction

2(2-0)

TXD – 212

Surface Design-II

3(0-3)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

18(8-10)

Semester 4

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 2 – SEMESTER-4

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

ICC

COMP-PGF-204

Programming Fundamental

4(3-1)

IEC

SDAAT-PMT-204

Project Management

3(3-0)

 DCC

TXD  – 216

Weaving-II

3(0-3)

 

FTD- 252

History of Art & Design-II

2(2-0)

 

TXD – 214

Textile Technology

2(2-0)

 

TXD – 215

Textile Design Studio-I

3(0-3)

 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

17(10-7)

Semester 5

TEXTILE DESIGN 3 – SEMESTER-5

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

IEC

DAA-305

Research Methods & Report Writing

2(2-0)

 DCC

TXD – 311

Textile Design Studio-II

6(0-6)

TXD – 312

Design Management

2(2-0)

FTD – 351

Theory of Art & Design-I

2(2-0)

DEC

Select 1 or 2 courses from the list of Degree Elective Courses worth 4 Credit Hrs.

4(4-0)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

16(10-6)

Semester 6

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 3 – SEMESTER-6

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

IEC

DAA-206

Marketing

2(2-0)

 DCC

TXD – 313

Textile Design Studio-III

6(0-6)

FTD – 352

Theory of Art & Design-II

2(2-0)

FTD – 314

Sacred Geometry 

3(0-3)

 DEC

Select 2 courses from the list of Degree Elective Courses worth 4 Credit Hrs.

4(2-2)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

17(6-11)

Semester 7

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 4 – SEMESTER-7

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

IEC

SDAAT-OBR-207

Organizational Behavior

3(3-0)

ICC

SS-PES

Professional Ethics

3(3-0)

 DCC

 TXD – 461

Project-I

6(2-4)

DEC

Select 1 course from the list of Degree Elective Courses worth 3 Credit Hrs.

3(0-3)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

15(8-7)

Semester 8

TEXTILE DESIGN YEAR 4 – SEMESTER-8

Course

 Code

Title of Course

Credit Hrs.

 DCC

TXD – 462

Project-II

9(2-7)

DEC

Select 1 course from the list of Degree Elective Courses worth 3 Credit Hrs.

 3(3-0)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

12(5-7)

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS IN 8 SEMESTERS

128(67-61)

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Careers

Animators, Game Designers, Filmmakers, Architects, Fashion Designers, Textile Designers, Film editors, Director of Photography, film Directors, Art and Design Teachers, Character Designers, Art Directors, Visualizers, and most of all Entrepreneurs.

Linkages

SDAAT is making efforts to find partners from the field to work on collaborative projects. The school will organize an Annual Industry Day to bring different companies and individuals from the industry in the school, to see the student’s work, thus helping find financial support for the student projects. These activities will expose students to market trends and link them to the professional industry.
The focus of these multi-purpose partnerships is to develop creative and innovative collaborations between students and the industry experts to enrich both students’ learning skills through exposure working with experts in the field and initiate collaborative projects to develop the market-access of experts in building their businesses.
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Infrastructure

Custom Design buildings spread over 100 Acres of land containing all the necessary facilities with special focus on safety and security of the students. Hostel facility is also available for boys and girls. 24/7 internet facility on the campus is available for students to do their research and assignments along with sports facilities.

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