BA (Honors) in Apparel Manufacturing Management and Technology

The curriculum offered in Apparel Manufacturing Management and Technology is designed to give the student a diverse and broad-based knowledge in the subject. Emphasis is placed on both the theoretical and practical aspects and one of the basic philosophies of the course that good practice requires good theory and vice versa.

One of the distinctive features of the programme is that all students are required to complete the foundation semester in Art & Design which enables the students to integrate creative thinking with the cultivated sense in fashion and apparel manufacturing and management. Students gain broad-based knowledge in patternmaking, apparel manufacturing technology, quality management, retailing and merchandising, and business studies.

Our graduates are placed now in leadership positions in various national conglomerates and multinational companies as Country Manager, Product Developer and Merchandising Manager. Many have pursued advanced post graduate studies at globally reputed universities in UK, USA, Canada and Australia. We are sure you will avail yourself of these opportunities by your hard-work, knowledge and skills gained from the academic programme.

Modules

The programme of study in Apparel Manufacturing Management and Technology (Hons) course includes following modules:

  • Design
  • Range Development
  • Product Development
  • Apparel Production Management I/II/III
  • Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  • Knitwear Manufacturing
  • Pattern Drafting & Cutting I/II
  • Textile Science & Technology I/II
  • Communication in Business
  • Marketing Management
  • Behavioural Theory in Mgmt
  • Human Resource Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Apparel Quality Management
  • Sociology of Fashion
  • Retailing
  • Dyeing & Finishing - Apparel
  • CAD/CAM in the Apparel Industry
  • Cut and Sew Knitwear
  • Fully Fashioned Knitwear
  • Design Management I/II
  • Fashion Marketing I/II
  • Apparel - Research Project
  • Social Compliance
  • Outworker, Design & Sample Management
  • Business Information Systems
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Internet Enabling Business
  • Total Quality Management
  • Innovation and New Product Management
  • Apparel Management - Dissertation

All students are required to produce a Dissertation at the end of their Honours final year.

Career Options

  • Senior Commercial Management
  • Senior Production Management
  • Senior Retail Management
  • Entrepreneur
  • International Corporate Management
  • Apparel Merchandiser
  • Product Developer
  • Commercial Management
  • Production/Factory Management
  • Retail Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Compliance Manager
  • Quality Manager