Master’s in Fine Arts - Department of Fine Arts


Total Credit Hours: 83

Semesters: 4

Entry Requirements: Fine Arts as an elective subject at the graduate level, with at least 50% marks.

Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Eng 501

English Communication (Major)

3

FA 501

Portrait-I

3

FA 502

Still Life-I (Minor)

2

FA 503

Life Drawing/Anatomy

2

FA 504

Western Art

3

FA 505

Introduction to Illustrator

10

FA 506

Studio Display-I

6

a. Printmaking-I

b. Heritage Art: Miniature-I

c. Landscape-I

Total Credit Hours

29

Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

FA 510

Portrait-II Major

3

FA 511

Still Life-II

2

FA 512

Life Drawing/Anatomy-II

2

FA 513

Islamic and Mughal art

3

FA 514

Practical Photography

2

FA 515

Studio Display-II

6

a. Printmaking-II

b. Heritage Art: Miniature-II

c. Landscape-II

d. Sculpture and Relief-I

Total Credit Hours

18

Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Eng 601

Composition-I

3

FA 602

Life Drawing/Anatomy-III

3

FA 603

Western Art-II

3

FA 604

Islamic Architecture

3

FA 605

Studio Display-III

6

a. Sculpture and Relief-II

b. Elective-I (Thesis Project)

c. Heritage Arts: Pottery and Ceramics

On chosen subject from previous semesters

Total Credit Hours

18

Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Eng 620

Composition-II

3

FA 621

Life Drawing/Anatomy-IV

3

FA 622

Art in Pakistan

3

FA 623

Techniques of Graphic Arts

3

FA 624

Thesis Work Project (Final Presentation)

6

Total Credit Hours

18

BS(Hons) in Fine Arts - Department of Fine Arts


BS (Hons) in Fine Arts: 4-Year Programme

Total Credit Hours: 138

Semesters: 8

Entry Requirements: Intermediate with any subjects.

First and Second Semesters

In the first two semesters, the students take the foundation course, which provides practical and theoretical introduction to the visual arts. It allows them an opportunity to learn the basic techniques of design, drafting, drawing, pottery and sculpture. Visits to historical monuments, contemporary buildings of architectural value, galleries, museums, and industrial and commercial units are an integral part of the programme. Project-based teaching is undertaken in studio sessions and is supplemented by taught courses. The students are encouraged to make use of the library. The faculty for the courses is drawn both from the teaching departments of UOG, as well as from a wide range of visiting tutors. The students are required to pass in all subjects to qualify for the third semester.

Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

F/PO 101

Sculpture/Pottery

2

F/DR 102

Drawing

2

F/BD 103

Design-II/3-D

3

F/DRA 104

Drafting Manual/Computer Aided Design (CAD)

2

F/HH 105

History and Heritage

2

F/VA 106

Visual Arts

1

MATH 200

Mathematics

3

ENG 101

English

3

IT 101

Introduction to Computers

3

Total Credit Hours

21

Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

F/PO 201

Sculpture/Pottery

2

F/DR 202

Drawing-I

2

F/BD 203

Design-II/3D

2

F/DRA 204

Drafting Manual/CAD

2

F/VA 205

Visual Arts-1

2

F/HH 206

History and Heritage-I

2

ISL 100

Islamic Studies

2

ENG 102

English

3

Total Credit Hours

17

The students successfully completing first and second semesters can choose Fine Arts as their major in the third semester.

Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Eng 201

English-III (Compulsory)

3

P/M 303

Miniature (Minor)

2

P/DR 304

Drawing-III (Major)

3

P/P 305

Painting I/II (Major)

3

P/HA 306

History of Art-I (Minor)

1

P/S 307

Sculpture-I (Construction) (Minor)

2

P/PrM 308

Printmaking-I (Minor)

2

Total Credit Hours

16

Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

P/PS

Pakistan Studies (Compulsory)

2

P/ILL 302

Computer Graphics (Core)

1

P/DR 321

Drawing-IV (Major)

3

P/P 322

Painting-III (Major)

3

P/H 323

History of Art (Core)

1

P/S 324

Sculpture-II (Minor)

2

P/PrM 325

Printmaking (Minor)

2

P/M 326

Miniature (Minor)

2

P/P 327

Photography (Minor)

1

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

P/DR 401

Drawing-V (Major)

3

P/P 402

Painting-V (Major) or

6

P/S 403

Sculpture-III (Major) or

6

P/PrM 404

Printmaking-III (Major) or

6

P/Min 405

Miniature-III (Major)

6

Work to be done on any one chosen discipline

P/WSA 406

World Survey of Art-1 (Core)

1

P/Cer 407

Ceramics/Pottery (Minor)

2

P/CS 408

Consumer Psychology (Minor)

2

P/RC409

Regional Crafts (Core)

3

Select any two of Block Printing, Blue Pottery of Multan, Calligraphy-I, Khaddi, Metal Crafts or Mirror Work

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester VI

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

P/DR 421

Drawing-VI (Major)

3

P/P 422

Painting-V (Major) or

6

P/S 423

Sculpture-IV (Major) or

6

P/PrM 424

Printmaking-IV (Major) or

6

P/Min 425

Miniature-IV (Major)

6

Work to be done on any one chosen discipline

P/WSA 426

World Survey of Contemporary Art-II (Core)

1

P/Cer 427

Ceramics/Pottery (Minor)

2

P/TR 428

Thesis Research and Jury-I (Data and References) (Minor)

2

P/RC 429

Regional Crafts (Core)

3

Select any two of Block Printing, Blue Pottery of Multan, Calligraphy-II, Khaddi, Metal Crafts or Mirror Work

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester VII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

P/DR 530

Drawing-VII (Advance life) (Major)

3

P/P 531

Painting VII (Major) or

6

P/S 532

Sculpture-V (Major) or

6

P/PrM 533

Printmaking-V (Major) or

6

P/Min 534

Miniature V (Major)

6

Work to be done on any one chosen discipline

P/WSA 535

World Survey of Art-III (Theory) (Core)

1

P/AS 536

Art Seminar-I (Survey of Art Works) (Minor)

1

P/TR 537

Thesis Research and Jury-II (Data and References) (Minor)

2

P/RC 538

Regional Crafts (Calligraphy) (Core)

3

P/VF 539

Video and Film Making (Core)

1

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester VIII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

P/AP 540

Art Presentation of Professional Practice/Portfolio of Mini Jury (based on course contents of Semester VII) (Major)

12

a. Drawing

3

b. Any one Specialised Field

6

c. Regional Crafts

3

P/J 541

Jury-III (Final Presentation) (Major)

4

Total Credit Hours

16

Programs


The Department of Fine Arts has the following Programmes:

Faculty


Director

Prof Fawad M Khawaja
Director
HEC Foreign Professor
MA (Industrial Design), PRATT Institute, New York, USA.
Bachelor (Graphic/ Product Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.
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Assistant Registrar

Muhammad Raees Ashraf
Assistant Registrar
Master (English Literature), Bahaudin Zakria University, Multan.
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Lecturers

Ms Hawaida Mirza
Lecturer, (Communication Design)
Bachelor (Communication Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.
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Mr Ghafar Mohiudin
Lecturer
Bachelor (Ceramics, Design) National College of Arts, Lahore pass with Honours
Harvard Ceramics Program, Hravard Uuniversity, USA.
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Ms Mehwish Jabeen
Lecturer
Masters (Fine Arts Painting), Punjab University, Lahore.
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Mr. Shahab Siddiq
Lecturer
Bachelor (Textile Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.
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Mr Muhammad Junaid
Lecturer
MA (Hons) in Visual Art, National College of Arts, Lahore.
4 year Diploma (KSA)
Fellowship from MOCA, Korea.

Mr Syed Ahmed Jawwad Zaidi
Lecturer, (Product Design)
Bachelor (Product Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.
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Ms Maria Rehman
Lecturer
Master (Painting), Punjab University, Lahore.
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Mr Haroon Habib
Lecturer
Master (Multimedia & Digital Arts), National College of Arts, Lahore.

Mr Kamran Asgar
Lecturer
BFA[Hons](Graphic Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.

Mr Tariq Baig
Lecturer
BFA(Graphic Design), National College of Arts, Lahore.

Ms Nijah Khamid
Lecturer
BSc[Hons] (Architecture Engineering) , UET, Lahore.

Instructor

Mr Asif Siddique

Mr Syed Ghadeer Jafry

Mr Furqan Adil

Mr Faizan Arshad

Mr Syed Tanveer Jafry

Samia Javed
MA Fine Arts, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Sundas Riaz
MA Fine Arts, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Wajeeha Nayyar
MA Fine Arts, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Neelam Bajwa
MA Fine Arts, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Madiha Khokhar
MA Fine Arts, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Introduction

Introduction