The Art Institute of California
In the Fashion Design program, you’ll develop skills in design and patternmaking. You’ll learn both traditional and computer-generated design as you develop your own sense of design and style. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as costume designer, assistant fashion buyer, fashion designer, or seamstress.
Courses Overview: Undergraduate
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design
Bachelor of Fashion Marketing
Sally Stewart, Textile Designer, Target Corporation; Anta'nia N. Curtis, Designer and Pre-production Assistant, Unger Fabrik, Eloisa Serrano, Owner and Operator, Bay Thread; Bridget Trimble, Lead Patternmaker, Princess Paradise
Life in San Diego
As California's second largest city, San Diego is the perfect location for aspiring creative artists who seek a metropolitan lifestyle, consistently pleasant weather, and an abundance of outdoor activities.
The city's combination of atmosphere and energy attracts leaders from industries that demand a consistent supply of creative talent to fuel their success. San Diego's international influences and provide numerous opportunities for creative inspiration.
Within a two-hour drive from the school, students can enjoy mountains, the desert, Los Angeles, or Mexico. Surfing, water sports, tennis, golf, jogging, mountain biking, and many other outdoor activities may be pursued year-round in the city's warm climate.