C5336 - Diploma of Fashion Styling
RMIT program code: C5336
Plan name: Diploma of Fashion Styling
Plan code: C5336
National Program Code: 10064NAT
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 Year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1260
2017 Enrolment Program Structure
This qualification requires the completion of 28 courses - 26 core courses and 2 elective courses.
To graduate from the Diploma of Fashion Styling you must successfully complete 28 courses of study over one year at RMIT. The program is delivered over two 16 week semesters.
The program is developmental and progressive in nature and allows students to build upon their growing skills in the concept of design, colour, style,fit and photography in a fashion styling context
Diploma of Fashion Styling is a stand alone program and it's important if enrolling online that you only enrol in the courses set up for this program. 26 courses are listed as core and 2 as elective, but all must be completed to obtain the Qualification. Due to the integrated learning structure of the program there is no option to study the course part-time.
When selecting courses it is important that you only select the classes coded F1 (for first semester) and F2 (for second semester). Do not select any other coded classes as these are for other programs and will not fit your timetable and will not be delivered within a fashion styling context. If you have same or similar course results from previous study you are still required to enrol, then after enrolment you can apply for recognition of prior learning or credit transfer in consultation with program staff.
C5336 Core Units - Select ALL Twenty-Six (26) Courses
C5336 Elective Units - Select Two (2) Courses
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*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.
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