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Brenau University, Fashion Design Program Profile

Written by FS StaffJanuary 4, 2012
Brenau University

Brenau University: Fashion Design.
Gainesville, Georgia
Fashion Design

The fashion design curriculum at Brenau University is designed to give students a solid foundation in liberal arts while giving them the opportunity to choose an area of focus in the fashion field. The department of fashion design prepares students for careers in product development, manufacturing, sourcing, and styling.

What fashion related programs and degrees does Brenau University offer?
As of 2011, Brenau University offers the following degrees:
B.F.A. Fashion Design

What’s the school’s contact information?
Brenau University
Fashion Design
500 Washington St. SE
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: 770-534-6240
www.brenau.com

Type of school? Private

How much is tuition?
Tuition: Contact admissions
Room & Board: Contact admissions

What is the typical student profile?
Brenau University total undergraduate students: 18
Fashion program students: Not reported

What are the requirements to enter the program?
Not reported

How long does it take to complete program?
It usually takes four years to complete a B.S. degree, two years to complete a M.S. degree and two or more years to complete a Ph D program.

How many faculty members does Brenau University’s Fashion Design program have?
Faculty members: Not reported

What career placement services does Brenau University provide?

The fashion design program at Brenau University assists students in cultivating the skills and knowledge they need to enter the fashion job market. Students have the opportunity to gain familiarity with several aspects of fashion design, including two and three dimensional design, drawing, pattern and draping, art history, fashion textiles, merchandise promotion and communication, software, apparel construction, and fashion collection research. And although not required, fashion majors may sharpen their industry knowledge and develop essential skills in fashion design by participating in an internship program.

All data is as of 2011.