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FT 1013 Principles and Techniques of Design Construction

FT 1013. Principles and Techniques of Design Construction. Comprehensive study of apparel design construction and assembly techniques. One lecture and four laboratory hours a week. Credit: Three hours.

B.A. in Fashion Design and B.S. in Fashion Merchandising (Marketing Minor)

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The B.A. in Fashion Design and B.S. in Fashion Merchandising, Marketing minor (2020-21) dual degree program provides graduates with the broadest knowledge of the fashion industry among all fashion degrees by preparing students to work in design, manufacturing, production, wholesale, and retail environments.  The Degree Requirements and Plan of Study outlined in this catalog for this dual degree program are specific only to those students that enter the program in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Summer 2021.

Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design and Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing

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The B.A. in Fashion Design and B.B.A. in Marketing (2020-2021) dual degree program prepares graduates to work in the design and production components of the fashion industry while applying the broad range of consumer and marketing knowledge that is desirable for leadership and management positions within corporate design and production environments.  The Degree Requirements and Plan of Study outlined in this catalog for this dual degree program are specific only to those students that enter the program in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Summer 2021.

Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design

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The B.A. in Fashion Design (2020 - 2021) degree program prepares graduates to work in the apparel and accessory design and production components of the fashion industry to design and develop merchandise for manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. The Degree Requirements and Plan of Study outlined in this catalog for this degree program are specific only to those students that enter the program in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Summer 2021.

Fashion and Textiles Minors

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An academic minor is an approved group of courses required for focused study in an academic discipline.  A minimum of eighteen (18) semester credit hours are required for a minor, six (6) of which must be upper-level courses.  In addition, half of the upper-level courses must be completed at TWU.  Minors are offered by Fashion and Textiles in Fashion Merchandising and Fashion Design.