BSc(Hons) Fashion (Production and Business) - Validated by the Open University
08 Jun 19
The fashion industry is a dynamic environment and requires graduates with knowledge and skills, which are relevant to contemporary needs and transferable to new opportunities. The BSc (Hons) Fashion Management degree enables graduates to take up career opportunities in design, technical or business related roles within the fashion industry. On the three year course students study a range of units, which will allow them to combine their interest in making fashion products with an understanding of the commercial and management context. The units will include subjects such as pattern construction, garment technology, design, business, marketing and management. The course has been designed to include a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, workshops, case studies, field study visits, pitches to industry and self-directed study. Assessments take the format of projects and assignments, which are industry related, and often involve live briefs.
Fees relate to year 1 of a 3 year course.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.