The fashion department prepares students for entry-level employment in the field of Fashion as well as providing courses which students may use for transfer to a fashion program. Courses teach about identifying sizes, price ranges, style classification for womenswear, menswear and childrenswear. They will learn factors that influence fashion forecasting and identify target markets for current fashion trends. In constructions courses designing apparel, use of patterns, selecting materials and marketing finished products is covered.
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Consumer and Family Studies Division Chair
Millicent Owens | (559) 730-3845 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tule: 502-B | Visalia Campus
Dean of Business, Social Science, and Consumer Family Studies
Jesse Wilcoxon | email@example.com
Kern: 716 | Visalia Campus
- Associate of Science in Fashion Design - Not for Transfer (AS)
- Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising - Not for Transfer (AS)