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Fashion

Students will learn about market segments within the fashion industry, the practical application of visual merchandising techniques, costume history in Western culture, and fashion styling strategies.


DEGREES & CERTIFICATES

Certificate of Recognition 


OUTCOMES

At the end of the program, successful students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate and apply research methodology to identify relevant demographics and their effects on target marketing.
  • Identify, analyze and apply the theory that clothing is a reflection of trends in technology, music, literature, art and social values.
  • Identify, describe and analyze manufacturing techniques used to create garments from the preindustrial period through today.
  • Create a planogram, identify fixtures and develop a floor plan for a specific department or store.
  • Effectively use oral and written communications skills in a fashion related environment.
  • Display a working knowledge of fashion styling by creating a visual presentation and written plan that incorporates image, style and identity.
  • Work respectfully and collaboratively with diverse individuals and teams.



ADVISORS:

Stephen Quinn
Phone: 360.475.7345
Email: squinn@olympic.edu



Source: 2014-2015 Olympic College Catalog