Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design

The Fashion Design Program at Brenau offers the Fashion Design (B.F.A.) and provides students with the opportunity to develop their design skills with a thorough grounding in art and design foundations courses as well as in apparel construction and patterning. Experiences and study specific to the problem-solving associated with the design of garments, accessories and textiles are the focus of all upper-division work. Students may also elect to gain experience in historic clothing conservation and exhibition through work with the Brenau Historic and Folk Clothing and Textile Collections. A minor in fashion Fashion Design is also offered. Our program is designed to prepare our students for further study at the graduate level and/or positions in the apparel industry. Fashion or costume design, textile design, fashion entrepreneurship, wardrobe styling, product development and manufacturing are just a few of the possible areas of employment for our graduates. Course of Study In addition to the liberal education requirements, a degree in fashion design requires coursework in fashion design including two semester-long practicums and one semester-long internship.

Admissions Documents Requirements

Official College Transcripts from all schools attended, Official High School Transcript if less than 30 earned semesters hours at regionally accredited college

Admissions GPA Requirements

Freshman: 2.5 from High School Transcript; Transfer: 2.0 from all College transcripts

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