Chattogram BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology

Department of Textile & Clothing Technology (TCT)

About Bachelor of Science in Textile and Clothing Technology (TCT)

B.Sc. Program in Textile & Clothing Technology is a four- Level course designed to provide students with a sound foundation in the technological and managerial aspects of Textile & Clothing manufacturing. To acquire this degree, a student has to earn 142 Credits from a combination of courses offered by the university. At the final academic Level, students have to perform a project under the guidance of supervisors.

Program Education Objectives [PEOs] of TCT

The educational objectives of Textile and Clothing Technology of the undergraduate Program are designed to prepare students for effective learning and successful careers in industry, government, academia, and consultancy houses/firms. Our program education objectives (PEO) are as follows:


Graduates of the B.Sc. in Textile and Clothing Technology program will have cumulative responsibilities/advancement in positions in textiles, ready-made garment industries, and allied sectors such as merchandising, product development, production, Industrial Engineering, productivity improvement, technical services, quality assurance, and marketing.


Graduates of the B.Sc. in Textile and Clothing Technology program will become successful entrepreneurs/business partners in textile industries, ready-made garment industries, and allied sectors by starting new ventures/expanding existing family business/product diversification and contributing to societal, technological, and industry development.


Graduates of the B.Sc. in Textile and Clothing Technology program will be engaged in life-long learning and professional development through participation/resource persons/publications in conferences, workshops, seminars, or pursue specialized studies in technical and engineering domains.

Program Learning Outcomes [PLOs] of TCT

After successful completion of the Program, the textile and clothing technology graduates will be able to:

PLO 1:

Technical and General knowledge: Apply the contemporary understanding of mathematics, science, management, language, technical fundamentals, and technical specialization to solve complex apparel manufacturing technological problems such as production prediction, workforce requirement estimation, lead-time calculation, costing, and pricing.

PLO 2:

Problem analysis: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex technical problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, sciences, statistics, and contemporary apparel manufacturing technological knowledge such as challenges of mass production, employee turnover, process optimization, cost reduction, productivity improvement, and supply chain management.

PLO 3:

Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex technical problems and design system components or processes to meet the specified needs with appropriate public health and safety and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PLO 4:

Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods, including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PLO 5:

Usage of Modern tools: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern technical and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex technical activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO 6:

Providing technologists to society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional technical practices.

PLO 7:

Environment Developments and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional technical solutions in societal and environmental contexts, demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PLO 8:

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the technical practices.

PLO 9:

Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, a

PLO 10:

Communication: Communicate effectively in complex technical activities with the technical community and the society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PLO 11:

Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the technical and management principles and apply them to one’s work as a member and leader in a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

PLO 12:

Life-long learning: Recognize the need for the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Category of courses: TCT

General Education Courses:

Course Code and Title Credit Category
1 1/1 ENG0232-1101: English Speaking and Listening 3 Arts,
ICT and
2 1/1 BANG 0232-1101: Bangla Language and Literature 3
3 1/2 ECO0311-1201: Economics 3
4 1/2 ENG0232-1201: English Reading and Writing 3
5 1/2 CSE0611-1201: Introduction to Computer and Application 3
6 2/1 HISB0222-2101: History of the Emergence of Independent of Bangladesh 3
7 2/1 MGT0413-2101: Management 3
8 2/2 ACC0411-2201: Accounting 3
9 2/2 BDS0222-2201: Bangladesh Studies 3
Total 27 19.0141%
10 1/1 PHY0533-1101: Physics 2 Basic
11 1/1 PHY0533-1102: Physics Sessional 1
12 1/1 CHEM0531-1101: Chemistry 2
13 1/1 CHEM 0531-1102: Chemistry Sessional 1
14 1/2 MATH 0541-1201: Mathematics 3
15 2/1 STAT 0542-2101: Statistics 3
Total 12 8.4507%

Core Courses (Courses that characterize the discipline):

Course Code and Title Credit Category
1 1/1 TCT0723-1101: Fiber Science Technology 3 Core
2 1/1 TCT0723-1103: Introduction to Apparel Manufacturing Technology 2
3 1/2 TCT0723-1201: Yarn Manufacturing Technology 3
4 1/2 TCT0723-1203: Clothing Materials Techniques and Storeroom Management 2
5 1/2 TCT0723-1202: Textile and Garments Factory Visit Sessional 1
6 2/1 TCT0723-2101: Weaving and Non-Woven Technology 3
7 2/1 TCT0723-2103: Knitting Technology 3
8 2/1 TCT0723-2105: Cutting Room Technology 2
9 2/1 TCT0723-2100: Bodice and Variations Sessional 1
10 2/2 TCT0723-2201: Sewing Technology 3
11 2/2 TCT0723-2202: Sewing Technology Sessional 1
12 2/2 TCT0723-2203: Dyeing and Printing Technology 3
13 2/2 TCT0723-2204: Dyeing and Printing Technology Sessional 1
14 2/2 TCT0723-2205: Special Fabrics 3
15 2/2 TCT0723-2200: Variations of Bottoms and Dresses Sessional 1
16 3/1 TCT0723-3105: Apparel Industrial Engineering 3
17 3/1 TCT0723-3101: Basic Garments Construction 3
18 3/1 TCT0723-3102: Basic Garments Construction Sessional 1.5
19 3/1 TCT0723-3103: Testing of Textiles 3
20 3/1 TCT0723-3104: Testing of Textiles Sessional 1
21 3/1 TCT0723-3107: Professional Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility for RMG Industry 2
22 3/1 TCT0723-3109: Quality Control Management in Apparel 3
23 3/1 TCT0723-3106: Advanced Pattern - Men’s Wear Sessional 1
24 3/1 TCT0723-3100: Application of Computer in Fashion Design Sessional 1.5
25 3/2 TCT0723-3201: Advanced Apparel Production 3
26 3/2 TCT0723-3111: Technical Textiles 3
27 3/2 TCT0723-3113: Industrial Apparel Washing and Dyeing 3
28 3/2 TCT0723-3105: Cut and Sew Knit Wear 2
29 3/2 TCT0723-3109: Factory Compliance 2
30 3/2 TCT0723-3115: Environmental Pollution and Control 2
31 3/2 TCT0723-3110: Sewing Machine Engineering and Attachments Sessional 1
32 4/1 TCT0723-4101: Fully Fashioned Knit Wear 2
33 4/1 TCT0723-4103: Total Quality Control Management 2
34 4/1 TCT0723-4107: CAD in Pattern and Marker Sessional 1.5
35 4/1 TCT0723-4109: Finishing Room Technology 1
36 4/1 TCT0723-4105: Apparel Merchandising 3
37 4/1 TCT0723-4111: International Trade and  Commercial Transaction 2
38 4/1 TCT0723-4113: Fashion Retailing and Visual Merchandising 2
39 4/1 TCT0723-4112: Product Development and Re-engineering sessional 1.5
40 4/1 TCT0723-4117: Research Methodology 2
41 4/2 TCT0723-4113: Clothing Comfort 2
Total 91 64.0845%

Capstone Course/ Internship/ Final Projects

Course Code and Title Credit Category
1 4/2 MGT0413-4201: Strategic Management 3 Capstone
2 4/2 TCT0723-4200: Industrial Training 3
3 4/2 TCT0723-4211: Final Project 3
4 4/2 TCT0723-4209: Comprehensive Viva 3
Total 12 8.4507%

Career Opportunities

After successful completion of this Program, a student will be professionally competent to choose their career as Merchandiser, Garment Technologist, Fabric Technologist, CAD / Pattern Developer, Sample Developer, Production Technologist, Industrial Engineer, Quality Assurance Executive, Quality Engineer, Supply Chain Executive, Planning Executive, Compliance Executive, Wash Technician, Welfare Officer in the Textile & Clothing Industry at home & abroad.

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