About The Course
MSU's Diploma in Fashion Design programme aims to develop creative awareness and understanding of fashion and textiles through the practices of research, drawing, and technical skills, also through an understanding of colour, texture, pattern, and form, and an awareness of fashion and textiles as a three-dimensional experience. You will be introduced to the research and design cycles and encouraged to develop your design skills besides adding your individual approach to both two-dimensional and three-dimensional work. Your classes are real-world and use industry technology and software. Your lecturers are industry professionals themselves, experts who developed our curriculum and share our passion in experiential learning. Their experience and industrial links are important in this fast-moving industry, keeping you abreast with industry happenings. At the end of your studies, we celebrate your talent by asking you to design for the runway, create pieces from your own unique vision.
You will need THREE (3) Credits at SPM/O-level and a Pass in Pendidikan Seni (Art Education); OR a PTPL Certificate with 2.00 CGPA; OR an equivalent qualification recognized by MSU Senate.
Candidates who failed or did not sit SPM Pendidikan Seni (Art Education) must pass MSU’s interview and portfolio test.
Diploma in Fashion Design (DFD) is a two-and-a-half-year career-focused industry-developed programme of MSU’s School of Hospitality and Creative Arts (SHCA).
- Sample Making
- Introduction to Visual Design
- Introduction to Fashion
- Basic Marketing for Fashion
- Fashion Design Interpretation
- Fabric Studies
- Industrial Training
- Garment Production
- Visual Display and Merchandising
- Design Assistant
- Production Assistant
- Junior Pattern-Maker / Cutter
KPT/JPS ( N/214/6/0034 ) 11/21
Diploma in Fashion Design will support you in your transition to university or employment and may give you guaranteed entry into MSU's Bachelor in Fashion Design and Marketing programme.
RM25,000 - RM30,000
*The stated fees are estimation on overall completion of the program. In any cases where there are credit exemptions, offered rebates or approval of scholarship applications, there will be considerable reduction in the fees