Masters Programs in Textile Design

Compare 3 Masters Programs in Textile Design

If you have completed an undergraduate degree but are looking for more thorough understanding of a field of study, you may move onto a master’s degree. Two years of full-time study can grant you a fuller, more in-depth grasp on the topic, while the degree itself can increase your opportunities in that field.

What is a Master in Textile Design? A degree in this field can increase your understanding of textiles and the products and designs that stem from them. You might find that you gain valuable insight into production and styles, as well as marketing, sales, and use of fashion and other textile products. Focuses on techniques and developmental decisions could enable you to progress in the world of production, while a deep understanding of color and aesthetics can open doors into creative concepts and more.

The benefits of a Master in Textile Design might extend beyond your career. You could gain insights that would aid you in your quest for your personal style, as well as skills such as critical thinking and decision-making.

The cost of a master’s degree in any program can vary according to country and school. Contact the schools of your choice to learn more about their cost structure and what is covered.

A career in any facet of the discipline could await you when you have a Master in Textile Design. You might opt to become an interior designer or fashion designer. You may choose to make your way up the corporate ladder at a company that offers those services, as the director of design or sales. You also have the option of branching out into related fields; for example, the impact of textiles on the environment might be measured by an environmental consultant. A writer for a fashion magazine might also find this degree to be valuable tool.

A Master in Textile Design might be obtained anywhere in the world, either by attending classes in person at a nearby university or by taking classes online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Master's in Creative Knitwear Design

Accademia Costume & Moda
Campus Full time 1 year October 2018 Italy Rome

The course will be taught both in Italian and English and classes will be held at MISS DEANNA’s historic headquarters in the town of SAN MARTINO IN RIO (Reggio Emilia). The tailor made course comprises of on-site lessons with the main tutors, while the visiting and special projects tutors will be on hand to help to support students with their personal projects and to guide their progress towards personal and professional growth. [+]

In Collaboration with CKM

Outline Be creative within an industry framework. Research, tradition and innovation are the key points of this educational course. Each student will have the opportunity to learn about and work with the latest industrial tools, experiencing first-hand the challenges of a professional knitwear designer. Course Structure

The course will be taught both in Italian and English and classes will be held at Accademia Costume & Moda as well as at MISS DEANNA’s historic headquarters in the town of SAN MARTINO IN RIO (Reggio Emilia).

The tailor made course comprises of on-site lessons with the main tutors, while the visiting and special projects tutors will be on hand to help to support students with their personal projects and to guide their progress towards personal and professional growth. The course places great emphasis on collaborations with prestigious partner companies, these are a crucial element of the course. Therefore, students will be required to take part in external visits to these facilities in order to become familiar with and learn about the most technologically advanced knitwear manufacturing processes.... [-]


Master in Textile Design

Designskolen Kolding
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Denmark Kolding

In Textile Design we educate design collaborators who are well-grounded to work in teams that reach beyond the discipline’s own boundaries, for example with industry in general, architects, the fashion industry and others who work with visual narratives. [+]

Master in Textile DesignIn Textile Design we educate design collaborators who are well-grounded to work in teams that reach beyond the discipline’s own boundaries, for example with industry in general, architects, the fashion industry and others who work with visual narratives.For the same reasons, the students develop the ability to inquire into and reflect on contemporary life and society in all its complexity. Without an understanding of the paradoxes of our time, it is impossible to develop and facilitate projects that are relevant. We ensure this approach by choosing students who have a natural aptitude to engage these issues and who display an obvious interest and curiosity in their surroundings. We strengthen this by ensuring that the students are part of a department that employs a broad range of guest teachers who master their métier.A sense of ethics, as regards textile projects and their narratives, are as much a part of the discipline as are considerations of sustainability and resources when designing for industrial production.... [-]


Master in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice

Fashion Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2018 USA New York

The Master of Arts program in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice combines the rigorous study of fashion and textile history with hands-on training in the analysis. [+]

Master in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice

The Master of Arts program in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice combines the rigorous study of fashion and textile history with hands-on training in the analysis, conservation, storage, and exhibition of textile and costume materials, and in collections management and exhibition planning and design.

The hallmark of this interdisciplinary program is its blend of theory and practice. You’ll study the historical and cultural significance of fashion interpretation, and be trained to approach costume and textile history from various traditional and innovative perspectives. You’ll also learn practical skills, from how to identify fibers and treat various kinds of objects, to the proper way to roll a textile and dress a mannequin.... [-]