The full course is in six 3 monthly (trimester) sections and can be completed in half the time of a traditional degree and at a substantially lower cost. The course is available to industrial / academic/ or private students.
The technical curriculum covers pattern cutting, grading and construction for core and plus fit bras, bodies and briefs, swimwear and sports bras and activewear.
Professional practice covers commercial garment engineering including fabric technology, costing and Product Development Management (PDM).
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