Fashion Merchandising and Development
Fashion Merchandising and Development
Fashion Merchandising and Development prepares students with the knowledge and skill-set necessary to be successful in the Fashion Industry in the following categories: retailing, promotion, visual merchandising, design, and entrepreneurship. Students work with a teaching staff of industry professionals that emphasize hands-on instruction and provide competency-based training. From working on a full-scale fashion show production to creating window displays or constructing garments, students work in a hands-on environment that allows them to explore their creativity while obtaining the skills necessary to enter the workforce in the fashion and associated industries.
- Demonstrate proficiency in marketing concepts, retail merchandising, selling techniques, styling methods, and visual presentation through hands-on assessments and creation of projects.
- Identify elements of marketing and selling.
- Develop promotional and event production skills through planning, producing and promoting a full-scale fashion show production.
- Demonstrate effective use of the principles and elements of design by creating products, presentations, and displays through comprehensive assignments, projects, and tests.
- Show growth in professional development as it relates to communication skills, presentation methods, time management, and organization through instructor observations, evaluations, and an industry-related internship.
WorkKeys Assessment: Workplace Documents (Level 4), Graphic Literacy (Level 4), and Applied Math (Level 4). Schedule an appointment here or call (435) 750-3188. Need a review? Enroll directly in Academic Learning.
Please note: A composite ACT score of 17 or a composite SAT score of 930 can waive assessment requirements if taken no more than four years prior to enrollment.
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Bridgerland Technical College is open year round. Most programs are open-entry, open-exit, which means you can start the program at the first of every month as long as there is space available. Please contact SSA's for questions about this program, or check start dates.The first step is to fill out the application for Bridgerland Technical College Logan Campus Application
Pre-Enrollment: WorkKeys Assessment: Workplace Documents (Level 4), Graphic Literacy (Level 4), and Applied Math (Level 4). Schedule an appointment here or call (435) 750-3188. Need a review? Enroll directly in Academic Learning. Please note: A composite ACT score of 17 or a composite SAT score of 930 can waive assessment requirements if taken no more than four years prior to enrollment. Please email your ACT/SAT scores to email@example.com. If you do not have your scores, schedule your assessment below. Schedule Appointment in Logan
Once the Assessment/ACT has been approved, the next step is to meet with a Student Services Representative to complete your enrollment. You will declare your starting date, enrolled hours, and set up your payment schedule. No appointment is necessary. If you have any questions, Student Services can be reached at 435-753-6780 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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