Minneapolis Community and Technical College: Apparel Design/Technical Design.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Apparel Technologies

The fashion program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College offers a comprehensive curriculum committed to hands-on learning. Fashion majors are trained to meet the latest demands of the fashion and apparel industry. A main objective of the apparel design and technical design program is to motivate students to work to their full potential while maintaining professional and personal satisfaction in their chosen careerpath.
What fashion related programs and degrees does Minneapolis Community and
Technical College?
As of 2011, Minneapolis Community and Technical College offers the following degrees:
Diploma: Apparel Design Technical design
Advanced Certificate: Apparel Design Technical Design

What’s the school’s contact information?
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Apparel Technologies
1501 Hennepin Ave., Room T5000
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: 612-659-6000

Type of school? Public

How much is tuition?
Tuition: $6,074
Room & Board: n/a

What is the typical student profile?
Minneapolis Community and Technical College total undergraduate students: 13,484
Fashion program students: 120

What are the requirements to enter program?
Program requires high school diploma or post secondary option along with MCTC math and reading requirements. The advanced certificate program requires completion of MCTC apparel technologies diploma or similar program.

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 Minneapolis Community and Technical College’
Apparel Design Technical Design program have?
Faculty members: 5

What career placement services does Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Although internships are not required, they are offered as elective courses for interested students. Typically, interns are placed at apparel and costume production companies, including theaters and opera houses. Students also have the opportunity to network with professional faculty members, who as of 2011 have specializations in areas such as apparel design, technical design (CAD), textile sciences, product development, fit analysis, and couture sewing.

All data is as of 2011.