MC213 - Master of Fashion (Entrepreneurship)

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Plan: MC213P15 - Master of Fashion (Entrepreneurship)
Campus: Brunswick Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

As a graduate of this program you will be able to:

  1. Research and creatively solve problems independently, demonstrating expert judgment and ethical responsibility relating to your professional practice within the business of fashion and textiles.
  2. Critically analyse, synthesise and reflect on complex theories and recent developments, both local and international, to extend and challenge existing knowledge and practice in fashion entrepreneurship.
  3. Professionally communicate propositions, processes and outcomes to the fashion industry and a wider audience acknowledging cultural inclusion.
  4. Provide strategic leadership to responsibly collaborate, plan and implement new directions within the fashion and textiles industry.
  5. Determine research methodologies and methods to implement applied and/or theoretical projects in the fashion and textiles discipline.
  6. Master a complex body of knowledge and technical skills to progress your professional career within the fashion and textiles industry.
  7. Investigate emergent global issues and adapt strategic responses that influence the fashion and textiles industry.
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