Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology, Major in Clothing, Textiles & Material Culture
This major examines the creative, technical, historical, social, and applied aspects of clothing and textiles, products and interiors. Study how textiles and clothing are designed, produced, sold, and used, and examine issues such as increasing sustainability in the global fashion and textile industry.
You’ll develop an understanding of how textiles and clothing affect our comfort and sense of well-being and how aspects of peoples’ identities such as age, gender and ability are linked to clothing behavior.
- Complete a 200-hour practicum to gain professional experience and put your knowledge to the test;
- Become a Professional Human Ecologist (P.HEc);
Popular courses for this degree include Fashion Industries, Textiles & Apparel in the Global Economy, and Apparel Design & Product Development.
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