Dissertation (60 credits) This module involves an independent investigative study on a specialist subject relating to the course and the global fashion industry. The research is composed of primary, secondary and tertiary research examining an approved, self-selected specialist topic. It also promotes further development of analytical, evaluative and problem-solving skills, alongside organisational and interpersonal skills.
Research Methodology Report (15%)
Written Dissertation (70%)
Fashion Management (60 credits) The module builds on the knowledge gained in the previous years and promotes strategic evaluation of the management theory and the current business practices. It focuses on the development, analysis, and improvement of the fashion business strategies as well as the evaluation of the technologies and processes in the fashion industry. It explores a variety of themes, including retail management, strategic marketing, product management, sustainability and people management, which are underpinned by strategic management theory and financial management considerations. All themes contribute to the assessment process and are integrated in the final summative assessment. This module also enables further development of research, analytical, communication, team-working, reflective and creative skills.
Fashion App Project – Group project in conjunction with the School of Social Sciences