2021-2022 Catalog 
    
    Sep 26, 2021  
2021-2022 Catalog

Fashion Stylist Occupational Skills Award


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The Fashion Stylist Occupational Skills Award prepares the student with skills that are necessary to develop knowledge of fabrics, fit and trends to create a look that a client will display to the world. The student will use art, science, and psychology of dress to enhance their subjects and project an image. Coursework covers color, line, texture, principles of design, clothing quality and care, wardrobe planning and purchasing, dress codes, body types, face shapes, hair styles, and an internship in the field.

After completion of the skills award, students will be eligible for the following positions: Image consultant, assistant celebrity stylist, wardrobe stylist, personal shopper, editorial and lifestyle for print stylist, digital stylist, and runway stylist.

Program Student Learning Outcomes


Students who complete this program will be able to:

  • Produce a professional working wardrobe for a client by selecting garments and outfits that compliments their body type, clothing personality, color season, and face shape which will enhance the client’s overall image.
  • Create a professional portfolio depicting their completed working wardrobe for various clients. Skills include: determining clothing personalities, color seasons, budgeting, fit, proportion, knowledge of current brands and designers and understanding design elements and principles of clothing.
  • Complete an industry internship including the completion of three individual goals/objectives as determined by themselves and an industry supervisor.

REQUIRED CORE:

Course ID Title Units
BUS 160   Entrepreneurship 3
FASH 140   Fashion Image 3
FASH 147   Special Events Coordination and Promotion 3
FASH 141   Apparel Selection 3
FASH 145  *§ Internship 1
CWE 180  *† Co-Op-Ed Fashion 1

TOTAL UNITS FOR THE AWARD:


14

*Course has a prerequisite, corequisite, limitation, or recommended preparation; see course description.

†Recommended to be taken in last semester of program.

§Must be taken concurrently with CWE 180  *.

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