If you want to be prepared to work as a fashion designer, while also gaining skills from other disciplines, you may want to consider the Fashion Design B.A. program at the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. The program uses and builds on the essential foundations of the arts and sciences, encouraging students to be creative multidisciplinary thinkers and skilled communicators.
The curriculum provides an aesthetic and intellectual environment founded on the design process, enhanced by the interplay of technique, function, technology, and individual creative expression. You learn about the materials used to make garments, gaining knowledge of fibers, weaves, and finishes. You also learn various techniques, functions, and technologies while developing your own original ideas and designs.