83777 Professional Practice for Fashion and Textile Designers6cp
Requisite(s): 114 credit points of completed study in STM90644 Core Subjects BDesign Fashion and Textile Design
This subject prepares students for entry into professional practice. There are lectures on business procedures related to fashion and textile design and the subject includes copyright and ethical issues specific to the discipline. Students follow a self-initiated project designed to enhance their professional knowledge and skills with regard to the fashion and textile design industry. Examples of possible project areas include industry initiated design competitions, industry linked grant application, business plans and community collaboration. While the subject is self-directed, learning is supported by group tutorials and workshops.
Autumn session, City campus
Summer session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125