BP212 - Bachelor of Applied Science (Fashion and Textile Merchandising)

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RMIT program code: BP212
Plan name: Bachelor of Applied Science (Fashion and Textile Merchandising)
Plan code: BP212
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 052664G

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2014 Enrolment Program Structure

The Bachelor of Applied Science (Fashion and Textile Merchandising) is only available for graduates of the two year RMIT Associate Degree in Fashion & Textiles Merchandising AD013 (or equivalent) with a minimum GPA of 2.0 or equivalent.

  Year Three of Program
 

All students must enrol into both Semesters 1 & 2 2014 during your relevant enrolment period.

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Year Three of Program

 Students are advised to contact Nick Maggio at  nicholas.maggio@rmit.edu.au  for advice before enrolling.

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Applied Management12BUSM3150Brunswick Campus2305 (TEXT)3378 (TEXT)
Supply Chain Management12BUSM3149Brunswick Campus3525 (TEXT)2065 (TEXT)
Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM) in Fashion and Textiles12MANU2092Brunswick Campus2256 (FASH)
2257 (MERC)
2258 (TEXT)
1998 (FASH)
1999 (MERC)
2000 (TEXT)
Major Project (A)12MANU1459Brunswick Campus2247 (FASH)
2249 (MERC)
2250 (TEXT)
1990 (FASH)
1992 (MERC)
1993 (TEXT)
Major Project (B)12YesMANU1458Brunswick Campus2252 (FASH)
2253 (MERC)
2254 (TEXT)
1994 (FASH)
1995 (MERC)
1996 (TEXT)
Fashion and Textiles Merchandising Management12MKTG1250Brunswick Campus2268 (MERC)2025 (MERC)
Fashion Retail Management12MKTG1249Brunswick Campus2022 (MERC)
Fashion and Textiles Marketing12MKTG1170Brunswick Campus2270 (MERC)4248 (MERC)
 

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Program structure enquiries
All students are strongly urged to contact the program administrator for advice before enrolling.   Contact Nick Maggio on 9925 9116, nicholas.maggio@rmit.edu.au
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