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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Degrees

The School of Fashion’s BFA program offers two types of degrees: Fashion and Fashion Styling. Students in the BFA Fashion program may choose an emphasis in fashion design, textile design, knitwear design, merchandising, or visual merchandising.  Coursework combines excellence in design, artistic vision, and innovative technology to provide students with the skills necessary to fully realize their creative visions.

BFA Fashion Unit Requirements

Core 36 units
Major 42 units
Art Electives 9 units
Liberal Arts 45 units
TOTAL 132 units

BFA Fashion Degree Requirements

  • 3 Written Communication courses
  • 4 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications and Practices course
  • 1 Historical Awareness course
  • 1 Quantitative Literacy course
  • 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

BFA Fashion - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Produce creative and original designs.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Select concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Generate ideas that are coherently related to the chosen concept as well as to one another.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Conduct thorough design research, as evidenced in the sketchbook
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Demonstrate evidence of trialing and self-editing designs.
  • (Design) Propose designs that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D.
  • (Design) Relate silhouettes, color and fabric, details and styling to the design concept
  • (Design) Produce croquis that use color to indicate color and fabric
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Advance their point of view or concept by conducting meaningful research and analysis
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Produce creative and original merchandising concepts.

Visual Presentation Skills

  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.
  • (Design, Knitwear, Textiles, & Visual Merchandising) Effectively communicate their design concepts and philosophy two-dimensionally.
  • (Design) Produce accurate and detailed technical drawings that include supportive information, where appropriate.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Create professional presentation boards, digitally and manually
  • (Visual Merchandising) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect a point of view consistent with product and brand.

Technical Skills

  • Work effectively with industry standard software.
  • (3D Design) Draft flat patterns and drape 3D designs
  • (Knitwear and Textiles) Produce yardage of a particular textile design that can be cut and sewn into a garment.
  • (Visual Merchandising) Demonstrate basic skills with regard to tools and materials for visual display.

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Conduct professional PowerPoint presentations
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Clearly express their ideas in written form

Specialty Skills: Fashion Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Conduct a fashion business analysis and create an effective business plan (sales assortment plan, finances plan and marketing plan)
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor

Specialty Skills: Visual Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Create and work within a budget to produce window and in-store presentations.
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor
  • Design and execute effective window displays and in-store presentations
  • Propose display concepts that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D

Collaboration Skills

  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising ) Work effectively in a team

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

BFA Fashion Styling Unit Requirements

Core 36 units
Major 30 units
+ Art Electives 9 units
+ Liberal Arts 45 units
TOTAL 120 units

BFA Fashion Styling Degree Requirements

  • 3 Written Communication courses
  • 4 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications and Practices course
  • 1 Historical Awareness course
  • 1 Quantitative Literacy course
  • 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

BFA Fashion Styling - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • Select concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • Generate ideas that are coherently related to the chosen concept as well as to one another.

Visual Presentation Skills

  • Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.

Technical Skills

  • Demonstrate advanced skills in pinning, steaming, folding and propping fashion products
  • Demonstrate basic skills in photography, composition, lighting, make-up artistry and hair styling

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • Competently pitch their ideas

Historical Knowledge

  • Intelligently discuss major fashion movements and the work of key stylists, designers, photographers, and magazines

Art Direction

  • Design the visual aesthetic of pictures for fashion photo shoots, including: clothes, accessories, backdrops, props, photographic styles, location, hair, make-up, and models

Production

  • Manage production for commercial or fashion editorial photo shoots: crew, contracts, permits, transportation, catering, equipment
  • Assemble and coordinate creative teams for photo shoots, and conduct casting of models

Collaboration Skills

  • Work effectively in a team
  • Assemble a network of vendors and showrooms to source for clothes, accessories, and props

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Fashion Journalism

In addition to emphasizing the principles and practice of the written journalistic form, the BA Fashion Journalism program offers coursework in fashion design to afford journalism students a broader appreciation of the craft.

BA Fashion Journalism Unit Requirements

Core 36 units
Major 30 units
Art Electives 9 units
Liberal Arts 45 units
TOTAL 120 units

BA Fashion Journalism Degree Requirements

  • 3 Written Communication courses
  • 4 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications and Practices course
  • 1 Historical Awareness course
  • 1 Quantitative Literacy course
  • 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

BA Fashion Journalism - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • Research and develop compelling material for print, online or broadcast media

Technical Skills

  • Work effectively with industry standard software.

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary
  • Conduct effective interviews
  • Write competent, 1,000 word features
  • Competently pitch their ideas

Historical Knowledge

  • Intelligently discuss major fashion movements and the work of key stylists, designers, photographers, and magazines

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

Associate of Arts (AA) Degrees

The School of Fashion’s AA program offers three types of degrees: Fashion, Fashion Journalism, and Fashion Styling. Course offerings include fashion design, menswear, costume design, textiles, knitwear, fashion journalism, merchandising, visual merchandising, styling, fashion marketing, product development and much more.

AA Fashion Unit Requirements

Core 33 units
Major 15 units
Liberal Arts 18 units
TOTAL 66 units

AA Fashion Degree Requirements

  • 2 Written Communication courses
  • 2 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications & Practices course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

AA Fashion - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Produce creative and original designs.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Select design concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Conduct design research, as evidenced in the sketchbook
  • (Design) Produce croquis that use color to indicate color and fabric
  • (Fashion Merchandising) Develop informed point of view or concept by conducting effective research

Visual Presentation Skills

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Communicate design concepts and philosophy two-dimensionally.
  • (Design) Produce technical drawings that include supportive information, where appropriate.
  • (Fashion Merchandising) Create professional presentation boards, digitally and manually

Technical Skills

  • (3D Design) Draft flat patterns and drape 3D designs

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • (Fashion Merchandising) Conduct professional PowerPoint presentations
  • (Fashion Merchandising and Journalism) Express ideas in written form

Specialty Skills: Fashion Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor
  • Demonstrate that they can collaborate, cooperate and work in a

Professional Readiness

  • Produce basic materials required for an entry-level job search

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

AA Fashion Journalism Unit Requirements

Core 33 units
Major 9 units
+ Liberal Arts 18 units
TOTAL 60 units

AA Fashion Journalism Degree Requirements

  • 2 Written Communication courses
  • 2 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications & Practices course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

AA Fashion Journalism - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Produce creative and original designs.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Select concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Generate ideas that are coherently related to the chosen concept as well as to one another.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Conduct thorough design research, as evidenced in the sketchbook
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Demonstrate evidence of trialing and self-editing designs.
  • (Design) Propose designs that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D.
  • (Design) Relate silhouettes, color and fabric, details and styling to the design concept
  • (Design) Produce croquis that use color to indicate color and fabric
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Advance their point of view or concept by conducting meaningful research and analysis
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Produce creative and original merchandising concepts.

Visual Presentation Skills

  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.
  • (Design, Knitwear, Textiles, & Visual Merchandising) Effectively communicate their design concepts and philosophy two-dimensionally.
  • (Design) Produce accurate and detailed technical drawings that include supportive information, where appropriate.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Create professional presentation boards, digitally and manually
  • (Visual Merchandising) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect a point of view consistent with product and brand.

Technical Skills

  • Work effectively with industry standard software.
  • (3D Design) Draft flat patterns and drape 3D designs
  • (Knitwear and Textiles) Produce yardage of a particular textile design that can be cut and sewn into a garment.
  • (Visual Merchandising) Demonstrate basic skills with regard to tools and materials for visual display.

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Conduct professional PowerPoint presentations
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Clearly express their ideas in written form

Specialty Skills: Fashion Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Conduct a fashion business analysis and create an effective business plan (sales assortment plan, finances plan and marketing plan)
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor

Specialty Skills: Visual Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Create and work within a budget to produce window and in-store presentations.
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor
  • Design and execute effective window displays and in-store presentations
  • Propose display concepts that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D

Collaboration Skills

  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising ) Work effectively in a team

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

AA Fashion Styling Unit Requirements

Core 33 units
Major 9 units
+ Liberal Arts 18 units
TOTAL 60 units

AA Fashion Styling Degree Requirements

  • 2 Written Communication courses
  • 2 Art Historical Awareness courses
  • 1 Employment Communications & Practices course

And:

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist

Additional Information

AA Fashion Styling - Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Produce creative and original designs.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Select concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Generate ideas that are coherently related to the chosen concept as well as to one another.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Conduct thorough design research, as evidenced in the sketchbook
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Demonstrate evidence of trialing and self-editing designs.
  • (Design) Propose designs that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D.
  • (Design) Relate silhouettes, color and fabric, details and styling to the design concept
  • (Design) Produce croquis that use color to indicate color and fabric
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Advance their point of view or concept by conducting meaningful research and analysis
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Produce creative and original merchandising concepts.

Visual Presentation Skills

  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.
  • (Design, Knitwear, Textiles, & Visual Merchandising) Effectively communicate their design concepts and philosophy two-dimensionally.
  • (Design) Produce accurate and detailed technical drawings that include supportive information, where appropriate.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Create professional presentation boards, digitally and manually
  • (Visual Merchandising) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect a point of view consistent with product and brand.

Technical Skills

  • Work effectively with industry standard software.
  • (3D Design) Draft flat patterns and drape 3D designs
  • (Knitwear and Textiles) Produce yardage of a particular textile design that can be cut and sewn into a garment.
  • (Visual Merchandising) Demonstrate basic skills with regard to tools and materials for visual display.

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Conduct professional PowerPoint presentations
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Clearly express their ideas in written form

Specialty Skills: Fashion Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Conduct a fashion business analysis and create an effective business plan (sales assortment plan, finances plan and marketing plan)
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor

Specialty Skills: Visual Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Create and work within a budget to produce window and in-store presentations.
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor
  • Design and execute effective window displays and in-store presentations
  • Propose display concepts that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D

Collaboration Skills

  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising ) Work effectively in a team

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

Certificate

The four year certificate program provides students with a disciplined approach to the study of Fashion. Student portfolios will demonstrate the variety of skills and creativity developed. Graduates enter the field prepared for professional opportunities in Fashion. Students take electives and art history courses to round out their experience. Unlike the BFA program, students pursuing the Certificate program do not take liberal arts coursework.

Certificate in Fashion Unit Requirements

Core 36 units
Major 42 units
By Advisement 24 units
Art Electives 12 units
Art History 6 units
TOTAL 120 units

Fashion Certificate Requirements

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Minimum grade of C- in all major coursework

Certificate Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria:

Research and Concept Development

  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Produce creative and original designs.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Select concepts appropriate for the market and customer, building on analysis of design and market research.
  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Generate ideas that are coherently related to the chosen concept as well as to one another.
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Conduct thorough design research, as evidenced in the sketchbook
  • (Design, Knitwear & Textiles) Demonstrate evidence of trialing and self-editing designs.
  • (Design) Propose designs that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D.
  • (Design) Relate silhouettes, color and fabric, details and styling to the design concept
  • (Design) Produce croquis that use color to indicate color and fabric
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Advance their point of view or concept by conducting meaningful research and analysis
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Produce creative and original merchandising concepts.

Visual Presentation Skills

  • (Design, Knitwear, & Textiles) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect an individual/personal style.
  • (Design, Knitwear, Textiles, & Visual Merchandising) Effectively communicate their design concepts and philosophy two-dimensionally.
  • (Design) Produce accurate and detailed technical drawings that include supportive information, where appropriate.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Create professional presentation boards, digitally and manually
  • (Visual Merchandising) Create professional and organized presentations that reflect a point of view consistent with product and brand.

Technical Skills

  • Work effectively with industry standard software.
  • (3D Design) Draft flat patterns and drape 3D designs
  • (Knitwear and Textiles) Produce yardage of a particular textile design that can be cut and sewn into a garment.
  • (Visual Merchandising) Demonstrate basic skills with regard to tools and materials for visual display.

Verbal and Written Presentation Skills

  • Clearly express their ideas utilizing fashion industry vocabulary.
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Conduct professional PowerPoint presentations
  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising) Clearly express their ideas in written form

Specialty Skills: Fashion Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Conduct a fashion business analysis and create an effective business plan (sales assortment plan, finances plan and marketing plan)
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor

Specialty Skills: Visual Merchandising

  • Source, edit and select the appropriate product for a target customer
  • Create and work within a budget to produce window and in-store presentations.
  • Merchandize a retail selling floor
  • Design and execute effective window displays and in-store presentations
  • Propose display concepts that are possible to translate from 2D to 3D

Collaboration Skills

  • (Fashion Merchandising & Visual Merchandising ) Work effectively in a team

Professional Readiness

  • Create a relevant and original portfolio and collateral materials which can be used to market themselves to the industry

Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design.
  2. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge.
  3. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field.
  4. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles.
  5. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology.
  6. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products.
  7. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design.

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Undergraduate Degree Breakdowns

The undergraduate degree in Fashion provides students with a global vision that combines excellence in design, artistic vision and innovative technology. The School of Fashion has developed a strong curriculum in Design, Merchandising, Textiles, Fashion Journalism and Knitwear providing opportunities for graduates worldwide.

The undergraduate degree in Fashion Styling program will train the next leading stylists in the fashion industry. Fashion Stylists create the fashion imagery that delivers the message of the brand. Students will be fully trained to style, produce and art direct for print or online fashion magazines, ad campaigns, commercials, catalogs, designers’ look books, fashion shows, fashion videos and personal clients.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Associate of Arts (AA)

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