This course is designed in terms of preparing the student for the professional scenario with relevance to practical needs and requirements. The number of assignments also requires with reference to learning objects for every subject and the time available. A holistic approach includes providing industry training via internships, handling live projects, visits to advertising and design houses and also print and production units.
Technical advancement is the key to a substantial teaching system in today’s world and thus a great responsibility lies on the art curriculum to prepare students to rise to meet global standards and align seamlessly to changing trends.
The modern world seems to be growing exponentially in the digital domain, and yet the print is also evolving like never before. Thus the syllabus is structured with balance in learning skills in both the domains of design. The syllabus needs to be made to promote flexibility and freedom of approach in teaching, within the structure of learning objectives.
There will be five specializations and the student can specialize in one of these specializations. They are:
- Brand Design
- Merchandising Design
- Letterforms & Typography
- Experimental Illustration
Visits to Design Studios, Advertising Agencies, Print Industries, Museums, Ancient Rock-cut Architecture, Temples, Monuments, etc. Exhibitions, Galleries, Professional set up, Art and Craft workshops are to be the regular features.
B.F.A. / M.F.A. - Applied Arts Employment Areas
- Animator & Director
- Faculty & Teacher at Academy – Applied Art
- Social Media Designer
- Graphic Designer & Display Designer
- Teacher – Art & Crafts
- Advertising Companies
- Product Designers
- Print Making
- Photography Studio
- Sculpture Studio
- Publication Houses
- E-learning web site designing