Woodbury University: Fashion Design.
Burbank, California
Department of Fashion Design

The fashion design curriculum at Woodbury University is structured to meet the needs of students who wish to become professionals in the dynamic and demanding fashion industry. To prepare students for work in fashion design, or related fields, Woodbury’s fashion program emphasizes both critical and creative thinking, research, and solid technical skills. Entering freshmen aren’t required to have previous fashion experience, however transfer students are encouraged to submit work samples for proper placement assessment. 

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

What’s the school’s contact information?
Woodbury University
Department of Fashion Design
7500 Glenoaks Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91510
Phone: 818-252-5239

Type of school? Private

How much is tuition?
Tuition: $27,635
Room and Board: $8,978

What is the typical student profile?
Woodbury University total undergraduate students: 1,269
Fashion program students: 70

What are the requirements to enter 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 Woodbury University’s Fashion Design program have?
Faculty members: Not reported

What career placement services does Woodbury University provide?
To enrich their perspective and improve their marketability in the fashion industry, students in the Department of Fashion Design may network with fashion design instructors, industry professionals, as well as internationally known visiting lecturers. Individuals will be trained in fundamental design skills, including drawing, pattern drafting, draping, apparel construction, and fashion history and textiles. Additionally, fashion design majors will learn to use design software programs to expand their reservoir of skills in the field of fashion, and therefore improve their career prospects. 

All data is as of 2011.