Department Of Fine Arts

BS (Hons) Fine Arts

Introduction

The Department of Fine Arts offers a four-year Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts. The Department of Fine Arts is the foremost programme for artistic and intellectual discourse and activity in the region. It aims that student should have academic skill, analytical ability and confidence to find independent solutions. It trains students, at the end of their course, in becoming practitioners with meaningful understanding of tradition and information of contemporary. Department of Fine Arts offers a range of courses, which include studio and theory. Divided into Majors of four different disciplines: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture and Miniature Painting; Studio Drawing, Studio Electives, and Fine Art Seminar. Recognizing the need for a multi-disciplinary pedagogy, the programme is structured to encourage exposure and experience beyond a student’s selected course of studies/Major Subject.

Program Objective

The Department endeavors to pursue and attain the following aims

1.To perform a lead role in preparing and updating competent teacher of different levels and strongly committed to the obligations of the teaching profession.

2.To provide state of the art training and education in educational development management and governance to produce dynamic and efficient educational administrators and leaders.

3.To design, test and develop innovative curricula, instructional methods and materials and educational assessment, tests and evaluation techniques in step with the modern advancements.

4.To conduct studies and research on educational theories and practices of different schools of thought, the contemporary issues and problems of education and the challenges and opportunities in the future and to contribute to the expansion of frontiers of knowledge in the field of education.

5.To organize and participate in national and International seminars and conferences in different aspects of education to share experiences and forge academic bonds with the community of educators.

Program Outcomes

The graduates completing their degrees in the field of education are expected to meet International standards as follows:

1.Understand the central concepts, tools of inquiry and structures of the discipline they teach and can create meaningful experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful to the students.

2.Understand how children learn and develop and can provide learning opportunities that support their intellectual, social and personal development.

3.Understand how children differ in their approaches to learning and create instructional opportunities that support that are adapted to diverse-learners.

4.Understand and use a variety of instructional strategies to encourage student development of reading, writing, critical thinking and problem solving skills.

5.Use an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement in learning and self- motivation.

Duration

The program shall comprise Eight semesters spread over Four calendar years with two semesters (Fall/Spring) a year as per rules of the University of Narowal.

Admission Requirements

Minimum 50% marks at Intermediate level or equivalent

No third division in Matric

Equivalence Certificate from IBCC in case of O Level and A-Level

Assessment &Evaluation

Mid-term: 30

Session: 20

Final Exam: 50

Total marks: 100

Program Detail

1.Total numbers of Credit hours:

2.Program Duration: 4 years

3.Semester Duration: 16weeks

4.Total Semesters: 8

5.Maximum Course load per Semester: 18 Cr hrs.

6.Maximum Number of courses per semester: 6

 

ROAD MAP BS FINE ARTS

Semester – I

Course

Subject Title

 

Type

Credit Hours

 

Theory/Studio

Code

 

 

 

 

BFA-101

Introduction to Fine Arts

 

Theory + Studio Practical

2(1-2)

BFA-102

Drawing – I

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

ENG-101

Functional English

 

Theory

3(3-0)

MCM-101

Introduction To Mass Communication

 

Theory

3(3-0)

ENV-105

Introduction to Environmental Science

 

Theory

3(3-0)

ISL-101

Islamic studies / Ethics

 

Theory

2(2-0)

 

 

 

T=09 P=06

15

 

 

Semester – II

 

BFA-103

Introduction to Visual Arts

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-104

Drawing – II

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

ENG-102

Communication Skills

 

Theory

3(3-0)

STA-101

Introduction To Statistics

 

Theory

3(3-0)

CS-109

Introduction To Computer Science

 

Theory + Lab.

3(2-2)

PAK-101

Pakistan Studies

 

Theory

2(2-0)

 

 

 

T=15 P=2

16

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – III

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-201

Writing & Presentation Skills

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-201

History of Civilization

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-202

Earth Sciencs

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-203

Drawing – III

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-204

Painting – I

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-205

Sculpture-I

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

 

 

 

T=9 P=6

15

 

 

Semester -IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

BFA-206

History of Art (Western) – I

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-207

Principles of Anthropology

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-208

Drawing – IV

 

Studio Practical

3(0-6)

BFA-209

Painting – II

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-210

Sculpture-II

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-211

Print Making

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

 

 

 

T=8 P=9

15

 
Semester- V

Course

Subject Title

 

Type

Credit Hours

 

Theory/Studio

Code

 

 

 

 

BFA-

Painting – III (Specialization)

 

Studio Practical

3(0-3)

 

OR

 

 

 

BFA-

Sculpture – III (Specialization)

 

Studio Practical

 

BFA-301

Drawing – V

 

Studio Practical

3(0-6)

BFA-302

Ceramics

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-303

Photography

 

Studio Practical

2(0-4)

BFA-304

History of Art (Western) – II

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-305

History of Islamic Art

 

Theory

3(3-0)

 

 

 

T=6 P=9

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – VI

 

 

 

 

 

 

BFA-306

Drawing – VI

 

Studio Practical

3(0-3)

BFA-

Painting – IV (Specialization)

 

Studio Practical

3(0-3)

 

OR

 

 

 

BFA-

Sculpture – IV (Specialization)

 

Studio Practical

 

BFA-307

Calligraphy

 

Theory + Studio Practical

3(1-4)

BFA-308

Digital Arts (2-D 3-D)

 

Studio Practical

3(0-6)

BFA-309

Research Planning & Report Writing

 

Theory

3(2-2)

BFA-310

History of Art (Western) – III

 

Theory

3(3-0)

 

 

 

T=7 P=11

18

 

 

Semester – VII

 

BFA-401

Drawing – VII

 

Studio Practical

3(0-3)

BFA-

Painting – V

 

Studio Practical

3(0-3)

 

OR

 

 

 

BFA-

Sculpture – V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BFA-402

Aesthetics

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-403

History of South Asian Art

 

Theory

3(3-0)

 

 

 

 

 

BFA-404

Professional Practice

 

Theory + Studio Practical

3(1-4)

QURAN-1

Quran Translation-I

 

Theory

2(0-2)

 

 

 

T=8 P=10

17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – VIII

 

BFA-

Final Year Project (FYP)-/Thesis-

 

Studio Project

6(0-6)

BFA-405

Regional Crafts

 

Theory + Studio Practical

3(1-4)

BFA-406

Art Appreciation/Critical Theory

 

Theory

3(3-0)

BFA-409

Art in Pakistan

 

Theory

3(3-0)

QURA-II

Quran Translation-II

 

Theory

2(2-0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T=6 P=6

17

 

 

 

Total Credit hours of Degree

129