BP310 - Bachelor of Fashion (Merchandise Management)

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Plan: BP310 - Bachelor of Fashion (Merchandise Management)
Campus: Brunswick Campus

Program delivery and structure

Approach to learning and assessment
Work integrated learning
Program structure
Program transition plan

Approach to learning and assessment

You will be developing your program learning outcomes through a range of online and face-to-face learning experiences such as:

Lectures - presentation of fashion and textiles concepts and theories

Tutorials - space to expand on concepts and theories, explore and clarify issues and apply theories to practice.

Assessment methodologies and tasks are opportunities for you to demonstrate that you have learnt and that you are able to apply knowledge and skills at an appropriate level and relevant environment. As an independent learner, you are encouraged to seek feedback from your peers, lecturers and industry partners to develop and enhance your capabilities. In this program a range of assessment approaches may include:

Tests and Quizzes - to demonstrate your knowledge and capability to address theory and practice of various key issues

Case studies - review, critique, analyse and interpret industry practices

Research tasks - an introduction to research industry practices including social and cultural perspectives in industry projects

Problem solving - investigate, analyse and interpret fashion and textile related issues

Presentation - communicate your research interpretations to teachers, peers and industry participants

Reports - individual written reports based on research and analysis of industry issues.

All courses in the program have online resources and you will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the course to enable ongoing program development. 

You are encouraged to be resourceful and share and research information gained from both external and internal sources.

Should you require special support, you can access appropriate University services including the Study and Learning Centre, Equitable Learning Services, Counselling Service. Other services can be found on the RMIT Student Homepage.

 

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Work integrated learning

RMIT is committed to providing students with an education that strongly links formal learning with workplace experience. As a student enrolled in an RMIT program you will:

- undertake and be assessed on structured activities that will allow you to learn, apply and demonstrate your professional practise; 

- interact with industry and the community when undertaking such activities;

- complete activities in a work context or situation which may include teamwork with other students from different disciplines;

- underpin your learning with feedback from interactions and contexts distinctive to workplace experiences.

In this program you will be doing specific courses that focus on the integration of work based learning commonly referred to as Work Integrated Learning (WIL). This will allow you to solve authentic industry problems or address real issues faced in organisations.

You will be assessed on professional work in a workplace setting (real or simulated) and receive feedback on your learning activities and assessment tasks from those involved in your industry.

The predominant courses in which you will gain your WIL experience are: MANU1459 Major Project A and MANU1458 Major Project B.
 

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Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:
 

All courses listed may not be available each semester.

 

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Year One of Program

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Course Code

Campus

Marketing for Fashion and Textiles12GRAP2449Brunswick Campus
Product Ranging12GRAP2434Brunswick Campus
Fashion Distribution and Logistics12GRAP2446Brunswick Campus
Fashion Materials12GRAP2440Brunswick Campus
Merchandising Maths12GRAP2436Brunswick Campus
IT Fashion Illustration and Information Systems12GRAP2448Brunswick Campus
Fashion Visual Merchandising12GRAP2439Brunswick Campus
Product Specification12GRAP2441Brunswick Campus
 
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Year Two of Program

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Course Code

Campus

Global Fashion Marketing12GRAP2438Brunswick Campus
Fashion Apparel Product Development12GRAP2444Brunswick Campus
Global Impacts of Fashion Merchandise12GRAP2437Brunswick Campus
Digital Strategies for Fashion12GRAP2445Brunswick Campus
Merchandising Planning12GRAP2435Brunswick Campus
Advanced IT Fashion Illustration and Information Systems12GRAP2442Brunswick Campus
Fashion Retail and Merchandising Management12GRAP2447Brunswick Campus
Fashion and Textiles Industry Research12GRAP2443Brunswick Campus
 
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Year Three of Program

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Course Code

Campus

Applied Management12BUSM3150Brunswick Campus
Supply Chain Management12BUSM3149Brunswick Campus
Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM) in Fashion and Textiles12MANU2092Brunswick Campus
Major Project (A)12MANU1459Brunswick Campus
Major Project (B)12MANU1458Brunswick Campus
Fashion and Textiles Merchandising Management12MKTG1250Brunswick Campus
Fashion Retail Management12MKTG1249Brunswick Campus
Fashion and Textiles Marketing12MKTG1170Brunswick Campus
 

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Program transition plan

In 2019 GRAP2445 Fashion Branding had a change of title to Digital Strategies for Fashion.

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