Fashion and Textiles - Foundation Degree (FdA)
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- University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
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You will study a range of core modules, including:
Foundation Entry year:
- Art & Design Studies
- Design Investigation
- Specialism Skills
- Drawing and Image Communication
FdA Year 1:
- Fashion and Textiles 1
- Design: Culture & Society 1
- Digital Communication for Fashion
- Fashion Communication and Presentation Methods
- Drawing for Textiles
FdA Year 2:
- Design: Culture & Society 2
- Creative Digital Fashion Illustration
- Pattern Cutting and Construction
- Surface Design
- Culture and Identity
- Self-managed Careers in the Creative Industries
NOTE: The foundation entry element of all of our design-related foundation degrees is generic so may be delivered in classes made up of students from any of our design-related foundation degree with integrated foundation entry programmes.
On successful completion of this qualification, potential career paths may include:
- Freelance Designer
- Junior Designer
- Pattern Cutter
- Sewing Machinist
- Textile Technician
- Wardrobe Supervisor
- Retail Manager
- Fashion Photographer
- Customer Service Assistant
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