BFA (Fine Arts)


  • In addition to minimum qualification candidate required to qualify,

i-   drawing test

ii-  written test

iii- interview

  • Courses will be offered when all the requirements and conditions will be fulfilled.
  • Curriculum is in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  • ISP reserves all the rights to change the above requirements without any prior notice.

Program Mission

The program of Fashion Design encourages the student’s creativity and promotion of individual skills through style and fashion, which provides competitive, efficient and technologically strong quality for growing the business and market values at any stage or level.

Career Prospects

There are plenty of career opportunities after graduation in fashion design from the Best University in Multan or any fashion design institute. The common career opportunities include:

  • Fashion Designer
  • Retail Manager
  • Retail Merchandiser
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Textile Technologist
  • Clothing Technologists

Work experience in a fashion design studio or retail shop is a prerequisite for the beginning of the career. The student may also establish their own fashion dress business as a startup or a self-employed person. The biggest retail fashion chains are run by fashion designers.

Eligibility Criteria

Intermediate or equivalent with at least 2nd division

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

To achieve excellence in teaching research in the diversified field of art and design to produce professional designer having strong fundamental knowledge.

To communicate with stakeholders and form strategic partnerships in order to contribute to the maximum possible extent in achieving their goals.

To promote creative thinking competitive environment, team participation, professional activities, moral and ethical values.

To encourage graduates and faculty members to enhance knowledge for their future learning.

Programs Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

An ability to apply knowledge of art and design, to find an area that favor’s the expressive style.

Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze art problems historically as well as in modern perspectives to arrive at substantiated conclusions using techniques of research, critical analysis, ideas, field and survey.

Solutions are developed for aesthetic issues or problems so that art curriculum can be designed in a way that artists, art critics, researchers and students can be benefited.

Create, select, and apply appropriate ideas and resources to discover new design and give solutions to the artistic problems with an understanding of the limitations.

Understanding of applicable techniques and procedures in art and design.

Knowledge of varied art forms from diverse historical and contemporary contexts.

Sharing of ideas/knowledge with the usage of strong and healthy communication tools with individuals.

Ability to demonstrate management skills and apply management principles to one’s work, as a member or/a leader in a team to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

Ability to work effectively and to manage task by given responsibilities.

Apply knowledge to assess socio-cultural, political issues and the consequent responsibilities towards the society.

Apply ethical principles, commit to moral & professional ethics bounded by society.

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and further learning in the broadest context of art field. To train students for entrepreneurship and vocational guidance.

Scheme of Study BFA (Fine Arts) Program

Total Credit Hours = 125

Compulsory Courses
Functional English
Ideology and Constitution of Pakistan
History of Arts & Culture
Islamic Studies
Basics of Design-I
Sustainable Materials & Models
Expository Writing
Quantitative Reasoning-I
Arts & Humanities/ Chinese Language
Applications of ICT
History of Visual Arts
Basics of Design-II
Regional Crafts
Translation of Holy Quran-II
Human Anatomy: Drawing
Quantitative Reasoning-II
Technical Drawing
Introduction to Fine Arts
Translation of Holy Quran-III
Civics and Community Engagement
Drawing III
Digital Arts-Basic
History of Western Arts
Translation of Holy Quran-IV
Drawing IV
Print Making
Art Appreciation
History of Islamic Arts
Translation of Holy Quran-V
Drawing V
Miniature painting
Digital Arts - Advanced
History of Modern Arts
Marketing & Merchandising
Translation of Holy Quran-VI
Subject Specialization (Painting / Sculpture)
Drawing VI
Arts in Pakistan
Research Methodology
Translation of Holy Quran-VII
Thesis: Final Project
Report Writing & Presentation
Translation of Holy Quran-VIII