The Fashion Studies Program's Fashion Design curriculum offers students interested in the fashion industry a combination of theoretical and hands-on instruction. Students will learn about the history of modern fashion as well as all aspects of apparel production from creating the initial design to sourcing of textiles and materials, to patternmaking and sample sewing, through to the marketing and presentation of the finished garment.

This program will prepare students for a variety of occupations including: assistant designer, apparel business owner, production manager, sample room coordinator, pattern maker, sales assistant, fabric buyer or visual merchandiser.


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