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M.Sc. Fabric and Apparel Science

M.Sc. Fabric and Apparel Science

The Department of Home Science offers two years M.Sc. in Fabric & Apparel Science. The programme equips the students with an understanding of design and technology in Fabric and Apparel along with an appreciation of our rich textile culture. The programme strives to build a cadre of professionals in the area of Fabric and Apparel Science. The courses are pitched at providing a strong theoretical base along with skill enhancement through hands-on training. The course aims to provide knowledge of the latest technological advances in textile and apparel sector as well as sensitize students towards the rich textile heritage, crafts and community. The curriculum provides experiential training to students for professional and career readiness with the right skill set needed in a competitive market scenario.

Programme Learning Outcomes:

Students of Master’s program in Fabric and Apparel Science will be able to:
  • Understand the current processes and trends, new developments and technological changes in the field of textiles and apparel.
  • Identify and appreciate the historic textiles and costumes of the world and draw inspiration for the present.
  • Apply creative, managerial and technical skills for careers and entrepreneurship in the field of apparel and textiles.
  • Understand and apply tools and methods of research and statistics for conducting research in the subject area.
  • Apply their knowledge and skills and reach out to the community for their capacity building.
Some of the professional and academic options available for students after completing M.Sc. Fabric and Apparel Science programme:
  1. Researchers in projects sponsored by the Government and private sector.
  2. Image stylist.
  3. Wardrobe planners.
  4. Merchandisers in export and buying houses.
  5. Quality control officers in export and buying houses.
  6. Scientific officers in textile testing laboratories.
  7. Designers in export and buying houses or for some design house.
  8. Entrepreneurship- boutique work, upcycling units.
  9. Textile curators in museums.
  10. Content writers for forums, websites posting content on sustainability, textile and fashion industry.
  11. Academic positions in colleges and universities, schools.
  12. Freelance artist and trainers.
For more details, the candidates may refer to syllabus and course structure available on the website of University of Delhi at:

http://du.ac.in/uploads/RevisedSyllabi1/Annexure-24.%20M.Sc.%20FAS.pdf