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|Fashion Design (AA)
||Theatre Arts & Fashion
Total Units: 28.5
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
The Fashion Studies Program's Fashion Design major offers students interested in careers 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.
- Communicate design concepts through technical sketches and illustrations.
- Translate garment designs from sketch to pattern to finished garment using apparel industry techniques.
- Select appropriate fabrics for apparel based on fiber content, textile construction, and environmental impact.
- Relate the history and social context of fashion to current industry trends.
- Apply technical and professional skills expected in the fashion industry as both an employee and an entrepreneur.
The requirements for the Fashion Design (AA) program are:
Complete 28.5 units from
- Fashion Design Requirements
|Fashion Design Requirements - complete 28.50 units|
|FASH 8||Introductory Textiles||3.00|
|FASH 52.2||Visual Merchandising||2.00|
|FASH 56||Fashion Design and Illustration||3.00|
|FASH 60||Draped Design||2.00|
|FASH 62A||Flat Pattern Design 1||2.00|
|FASH 70A||Clothing Construction 1||2.00|
|FASH 70B||Clothing Construction 2||2.00|
|FASH 112||Alterations and Sustainability||2.00|
|FASH 121||Knitwear Construction||2.00|
|FASH 139||Fashion Entrepreneurship||3.00|
|FASH 141||Contemporary Fashion Designers||3.00|
|FASH 152||Fashion Show||2.00|
|FASH 152L||Fashion Show Production Lab||0.50|
The requirements for this program of study are effective beginning the semester shown above. If you began working on this program before the effective semester, you may not be affected by the changes. Consult with the program contact person or the department chair to determine your eligibility to complete the program under previous requirements.
Associate Degree Requirements:
The major is one of several requirements students need to fulfill in order to be awarded the Associate Degree, the highest level of academic achievement recognized by Santa Rosa Junior College. Please note that all of the following requirements must be met in order for the degree to be conferred:
For all students admitted for the Fall 2009 term or any term thereafter,
a grade of "C" or better, or "P" if the course is taken on a pass/no pass basis,
is required for each course applied toward the major.
Course Prerequisites and Advisories:
Courses in a program of study may have prerequisites or advisories;
that is, courses that must or should be completed before taking that course.
Please check for prerequisites or advisories by clicking on the course numbers
in the Program Requirements section.
It is important that students who are completing an Associate Degree and desire to transfer to a four-year institution meet with a counselor to plan their lower division coursework. While many majors at SRJC are intended to align with lower division major preparation required by California public universities, specific lower-division major requirements vary among individual campuses. See a counselor, visit the Transfer Center, and check Guides For Transfer in Specific Majors, and ASSIST to review transfer preparation guides for specific schools and majors.
No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major.
All courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.