Fashion Careers College

Fashion Careers College

Fashion Careers College(FCC) is a private post-secondary business school founded to provide a collegiate-level education for students seeking successful careers in the fashion industry. Fashion Careers College has developed Degree and Certificate programs to train students entering the fashion industry, as well as short-term seminars. As such, FCC responds to the trend toward higher education among fashion professionals by providing classroom-based, instructor-lead education.

Founded by Patricia O'Connor in 1979. FCC is located in San Diego, California and offers a 2-year Associate's degree|associate of arts degree in Fashion Business or Fashion Design and Certificates in Fashion Business and Fashion Design. FCC is the only “Fashion Only” college in San Diego.

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