Looking for a Fashion Design & Merchandising Career?

Our professors take a student’s eye for fashion and expand it, so they graduate with an entire mind for fashion.

Graduates enter the workforce with the required skills in apparel engineering, which includes construction in sewing, tailoring, flat pattern drafting, and draping. They're also armed with professional marketing skills and technical knowledge.

Location:
Downtown Campus

Curriculum:
Total Credit Hours: 105
7 Quarters

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Andrea feels that her education The Art Institute of Vancouver "was an excellent starting point for moving into a reputable kitchen." She fondly remembers her instructors for their "passionate and humorous approaches in what can be a demanding industry."
- Andrea Carlson – Culinary Arts)
“The principles I learned in my studies are the same as those I apply at work. The Art Institute of Vancouver gave me the knowledge and skills to follow what I live for!”- Jenna Wiebe – Graphic Design