BH103 - Bachelor of Fashion (Design) (Honours)

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Plan: BH103P15 - Bachelor of Fashion (Design) (Honours)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

When you graduate from the Bachelor of Fashion (Design) (Honours) you will be equipped with distinct program learning outcomes. You will be able to:


1. Operate professionally critically, and ethically in local and /or global practice within fashion design or across design boundaries


2. Gain insight into your own creativity, and develop efficient work practices to allow you to plan, produce and deliver fashion projects either as an independent design practitioner or in a team environment within a small, medium or large organization


3. Apply conceptual, critical and creative thinking that addresses relevant issues and informs imaginative and innovative design proposals, so you can make advanced decisions independently with clarity and maturity


4. Apply advanced theoretical and technical knowledge across the fashion discipline


5. Reflect upon and assess the global context of the fashion system, so as to apply your advanced skills for life-long learning and enable you to confidently contribute to an industry that is always evolving


6. Engage in research within the broader context of design, utilising digital and information systems, discipline specific discourse, conceptual frameworks, evaluation of relevant issues and with reference to the work of others in the field


7. Demonstrate a highly developed fluency in articulating ideas, clear arguments and rationales that effectively present design proposals and solutions to team members, clients, consultants, other design teams, and government and community stakeholders


8. Develop an individual effective leadership ethos that extends awareness for the global, social, cultural and ethical values of design.

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