- Apparel Studies
- Creative Writing
- Digital Film
- Digital Media
- Education: 3-Year
- Equestrian Studies
- Event & Convention Management
- Fashion Communication
- Fashion Design and Product Development
- Fashion Marketing and Management
- Graphic Design
- Health Science
- Human Development - Education
- Human Development - Psychology
- Integrated Marketing
- Public Relations
- Special Event Planning
- Theatre Arts
- Theatre Management
- Theatrical Costume Design
- Experience 30+ visiting industry professionals annually
- Take study trips to international fashion capitals for college credit
- Intern at companies like Escada, Marie Claire, WWD, Baby Phat
- Produce Stephens' annual spring fashion show
B.F.A. IN FASHION DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
By combining a liberal arts education with marketing, technical training and creativity, you will learn elements of design and their interaction as well as techniques of industry-based construction.
Learn patternmaking and draping; and create original designs in career sportswear and dresses, active sportswear and suits and coats. FDP majors also study costume history; assist in fashion show productions on and off campus; and create fashion graphics, technical sketches, textile designs, and patterns using industry-specific Gerber, Kaledo, and off-the-shelf Mac-based applications.
Students create sketches and final designs critiqued by professional designers, merchandisers, and product developers for inclusion in Stephens' spring student-managed fashion show. In the capstone senior collection course, students will develop a line in their preferred market niche and end the year with a professional portfolio to enhance their job search.
B.F.A. IN FASHION COMMUNICATION
Have you ever wanted to work at a fashion magazine or a trend forecasting service? Perhaps you excel in visual merchandising or fashion show, special event planning.
B.S. IN FASHION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT
As a Fashion Marketing and Management major, you will take classes in both the Stephens Fashion and Business departments learning about buying and control techniques, product development, marketing, management, fashion show production and fashion promotion.
B.A. IN APPAREL STUDIES Get a strong foundation in the study of apparel as related to the fashion industry. As an Apparel Studies major, you will have the flexibility to tailor elective courses and design a program that fits your needs.Learn all aspects of today’s fashion industry with an emphasis in global trends and complete industry-based projects. Snag a prestigious internship that will serve as your capstone project. And get the skills you need to compete in the world of fashion.
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