Our vision is to impart substantial and meaningful learning; enriching the quality of life for our students and community through creative learning in the arts. To be a distinguished learning institution that commits itself to the task of nurturing career artists dedicated to the perfection of their craft and the enrichment of society.
Our mission is to foster an environment that will enhance the artistic creativity and intellectual development of our students. We strive to train graduates with analytical thinking skills and the values of authentic creativity with an aim that they not only excel as eminent artists extending the boundaries of artistic expression and increasing the levels of aesthetic appreciation in the society but are able to contribute to the globalized world of contemporary art.
This 4-year program starts with a foundation courses for the first two semesters where students are introduced to the basics of Drawing, Design, Sculpture and Drafting. In the third semester the Fine Arts and textile Design students dived into their respective majors (Fine Arts further sub-divides into Painting and Miniature painting in the fourth semester). The last four semesters are dedicated to the study and practice of their chosen specialization. The students are required to produce a body of work which constitutes as their thesis project in the last semester. Along with practical courses, theory courses constitute as 30% of the degree requirements.
Degree Requirements for Bachelors in Design 4 years program
To receive Bachelors in Design degree, a student must complete a total of 134 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.50.
|Sr. No.||Course Type||Course Title||Cr. Hrs.|
|2||Major||3D Studio I||3|
|5||Major||History of Art I||3|
|6||Core||English – I||3|
|2||Major||3D Studio II||3|
|4||Major||History of Art II||2|
|5||Core||English – II||3|
|1||Major||CAD- I (Ornamentation)||2|
|2||Major||History of Art III||2|
|3||Major||Textile Basic I (Print Design I)||2|
|7||Major||Fiber, Dyeing & Resist Printing||2|
|8||Major||History of Art III||2|
|9||Core||English – III||3|
|2||Major||CAD II (Ornamentation II)||2|
|3||Major||History of Art IV||2|
|4||Major||Textile Basic II||2|
|6||Major||Industrial Print Design||2|
|7||Core||Introduction to Computers||3|
|1||Major||History of Art V||2|
|2||Major||CAD III Home||2|
|3||Major||Fabric Concept I||2|
|4||Major||Textile Surface Design||2|
|1||Major||History of Art VI||2|
|4||Major||Fabric Manipulation I||2|
|5||Major||Apparel Design I||2|
|2||Major||Portfolio Collection II||2|
Active Citizenship Program
Active Citizenship program offered by Kinnaird College in collaboration with British Council and HEC is a social leadership training program that promotes intercultural dialogue and community-led social development. It is a mandatory requirement for the completion of undergraduate degree and based on two semesters. All students will study the theoretical portion through different activities starting in their 3rd semester. They will plan their social action projects in 4th semester and implement it in the field.