Plan Code: 2324
This program focuses on fundamental design principles and technical skills preparing students for an entry-level position in the field of fashion design, textile design, and trend forecasting. This foundational course of study introduces design principles and provides students with technical, practical and conceptual development skills. The degree introduces technology throughout the design process and prepares students to apply aesthetic principles and technical skills to execute a design from concept to finished garment. The degree may provide undergraduate requirements necessary for students wishing to transfer to a college or university in fashion design or related majors.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate the ability to attain the Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs).
- Analyze fashion trends and textiles, and develop technical skills for apparel production.
- Demonstrate the ability to construct garments that express creativity and apply design principles.
This degree requires the completion of General Education coursework plus the following:
|Code Number||Course Title||Units|
|FASH 3||Intro to Careers in Design/Merchandising||2|
|FASH 5||Product Development||2|
|FASH 9||Clothing Selection||3|
|FASH 10||Textile Fibers and Fabrics||3|
|FASH 20||Introduction to the Fashion Industry||3|
|FASH 21||Quick Sketch Croquis Drawing||2|
|or FASH 215||Fashion Sketching I|
|FASH 24||Fundamentals of Apparel Construction||3|
|FASH 25||Intermediate Apparel Construction||3|
|FASH 36||Flat Pattern Drafting||3|
|FASH 37||Pattern Draping||3|
|FASH 38A||Fashion Design I||3|
|FASH 38B||Fashion Design II||3|
|FASH 45||Digital Fashion Illustration||3|
|FASH 46||Advanced Digital Fashion Illustration||1.5|
|FASH 47||3D Fashion Design||3|
|IN ADDITION, complete 3.5 - 4 units from the following:|
|Production Sewing (1.5)|
|History of Fashion (3)|
|Fashion Promotion (3)|
|Trend Forecasting (1)|
|Fashion Portfolio Development (2)|
|Work Experience-Fashion Design (1-4)|
|Complete one of the following: 1||19-39|
|Electives (as needed to reach 60 degree-applicable units) 2|
|Minimum Degree Total||60|
Units for the major may be double-counted for LBCC GE, CSU GE, or IGETC; see counselor for limitations.
Elective units from course(s) numbered 1-599, if needed, to reach 60 degree-applicable units.