Christopher Fink
Assistant professor and chair

The fashion design curriculum offers technical and design courses that provide skills required in the fashion industry. Individual designs are presented in two-dimensional form, developed and perfected through techniques used in the fashion industry, and then executed in final and three-dimensional form in fabrics appropriate to the design. A fashion industry internship is required.

Student learning outcomes

Upon completing this program, students will know and know how to do the following:

  • Utilize problem-solving skills: Apply investigative and research skills in the completion of studio projects
  • Implement industry-standard computer technology.
  • Demonstrate professional visual and oral presentation skills
  • Understand the global nature of the fashion industry