In 1965, the Higher Educational School for Girls offered Fashion Design as a new field of study that laid the foundations of Faculty of Arts. One year later, some other courses were offered to the applicants including Textile Recognition, Dyeing, Cloth-weaving, Tailoring, Handicrafts, Decorative Arts, Drawing, Painting, and Textile Printing under the name of "Home Economics", as a new field of study. With the foundation of Faculty of Arts, student admission to new fields of Arts, Internal Design, Drawing, and Tailoring commenced. After the Cultural Revolution in Iran in 1980, the faculty adopted new policies and acted as a pioneer in reopening doors to the students in 1982. Throughout these years, new fields of studies have been added to the faculty programs including Painting, Handicrafts, and Graphics Design.
Graphics Design (Visual Communication)
Textile and Fashion Design
Book Illustration and Miniature
Specialized studios for Industrial Design, Handicrafts, Textile Design, and Fashion Design
Dyeing Specialized Laboratory
The journal of Jelve-y-Honar (Glory of Arts)